'Simple' Skincare Products / Review

I'm sure the majority of you reading this have heard of the brand Simple before. These products are sold in drugstores, they are easily accessible for everyone, they are hugely advertised between TV programmes, and they are talked about a lot.
Whether you've used these products before and want to hear my opinion, or you haven't tried these yet but were thinking about it, I am going to review these products today for you and let you know what I thought of them.

*Please note: This blog post is NOT sponsored by Simple, I am 'simply' (hehe) doing a review on these products which I chose to purchase with my own money*

Kind To Skin Micellar Cleansing Water

This product is one that I have been using for an extremely long time now. I'm not adventurous when it comes to removing my makeup, I'll usually just scrub my face with a makeup wipe and be good to go. However, although I do still use makeup wipes, I found it uncomfortable to scrub my eye makeup off with these. Therefore, I purchased the Simple Eye Makeup Cleasing Water. One thing I love about this product is that a little goes a long way. It lasts me a while, I only need a little bit on my cotton pad to remove makeup, and I find that it is effective. I will usually lightly pat a cotton pad with the product on over my eyes, and eyeliner and makeup are removed. I will then go over with a wipe to remove any excess. It's as 'simple' as that! (I really need to stop making these puns...)
Overall, I really enjoy using this product and I find it works excellent on sensitive eyes. 

Kind To Skin Cleansing Facial Wipes

I am a huge fan of these makeup wipes. Only one wipe is enough to remove my crazy amounts of face makeup. It's super effective, removes makeup easily, and is highly moisturising. It makes my skin feel super soft and cleansed afterwards. I have used many makeup wipes in the past; I wasn't a fan of Nivea as I found them to be quite drying, however Simple and Lacura are currently my favourite makeup wipe brands. I am extremely impressed with these wipes, and they make my skin feel amazing once I've used them.

Spotless Skin Triple Action Face Wash

Now, I can't say whether or not this product removes spots as I am fortunately someone who doesn't get spots often at all. However, I can say that this product makes my skin feel so soft, so clean and really awakened. I tend to use this in the morning, followed by the moisturiser, and then my skin is ready to apply makeup to. One downfall of this skincare product is that it doesn't prevent my oily skin from coming back. Once I've used this face wash, my skin doesn't feel oily until a few hours after using it. However, this product isn't aimed towards oily skin so that's expected that it won't be a miracle worker. If you have any recommendations for combination skin, please let me know as I get dry cheeks and an oily T-zone. 
To conclude, I really love using this product, it smells amazing, it's really easy to apply, the texture feels lovely on my skin and it succeeds in making me feel fresh and awake in the morning.

Kind To Skin Hydrating Light Moisturiser

This moisturiser works extremely well with the face wash mentioned above. However, my only concerns with this product is that I find the packaging quite difficult to squeeze product out, and the product itself isn't very big. I only purchased this a few weeks ago and have already had to buy a new one as my first one didn't last very long. In terms of the quality of the actual product, I really like it. It makes my skin soft and moisturised, it works well for dry patches, and it helps makeup to stay on for longer. I have enjoyed using this product, but I'm always open for testing new moisturisers.

I hope you enjoyed this little review of some skincare products I have been trying recently. Let me know of any other brands you think I should try and I'll definitely review them. I am always excited to try new products and find out what works best for me. I hope you're having a wonderful day and I will talk to you all soon.



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