A bit of a collective online haul of things I bought this month…

online beauty haul

Dermalogica Clear Start Overnight Treatment, £13, available here.
I’ve used Dermalogica products for a long, long time. I think I was 12/13 when my mum started me on their skincare range. I bought this on a whim and I’ve been really liking it. I wouldn’t say it clears up spots entirely overnight but it does a seriously good job of making them MUCH less noticeable and inflamed. At this price, it’s well worth it.

Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream (Holiday Gift Set), £40.70, available here.
I used to use back when I was a teenager / in my early twenties and I really don’t know why I stopped but I imagine it was post-uni poverty! My love for Eucerin’s Replenishing Face Cream is well documented but I wanted to give something else a go to stop my skin getting complacent. I haven’t cracked this open yet, but it I remember correctly this is an excellent moisturiser so I have high hopes I’ll fall in love with it all over again.
The Holiday Gift Set came with a mini Special Cleansing Gel (which is fab, I’ve used bottles and bottles of this stuff over the years) which I’ll keep for travelling and an intriguing silcone facial cleansing mitt – the blurb says this works with your cleanser to “help slough off dead skin cells for a supreme level of clean” – which I’m excited to give a try.

Sigma F35 Tapered Highlighter Brush, £15.85, available here.
By far the best brush I’ve ever used for highlighting. It’s the perfect size for applying just the right amount of product. This is the first Sigma brush I’ve owned and I suspect a few more will make their way into my collection now. They’re fantastic quality and reasonably priced.

Dr Bronner’s Organic Castile Liquid Soap in Citrus Orange, £8.99, available here.
Fab. Smells delicious and leaves my skin feeling really soft.

Australian Bodycare Tea Tree Oil Skin Wash, £12.50, available here.
Love this stuff. Antiseptic, non drying and smells great. It’s brilliant for dealing with horrifically pesky and disgusting problems like a ‘bacne’ flare up.

NIOD Photography Fluid, £20, available here.
After reading rave reviews from a few people I had to try this. So far, I’m loving it. It’s more yellow toned than the Becca Champagne Pop so perfect for when I’m a bit paler.

Becca X Jaclyn Hill Shimmering Skin Perfector in Champagne Pop, £32, available here.
Is there anything I can about this that hasn’t already been said? Probably not. It’s gorgeous and if you don’t have it, you NEED it.

Sunday Riley Good Genes, £85, available here.
I have rambled on about my all consuming obsession fondness for Good Genes before. A lot. It earned it’s place in my 2015 skincare favourites. and you can read my review here.

What have you been buying recently?

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