Skin Care Haul


Affordable Skin Care Haul

I'm not going to lie, I've been seriously neglecting my skin care for the past couple of months. Part of it is due to my laziness, the other is due to a rather empty wallet. Either way, as soon as I got my paycheck this month, I decided to invest in a solid skin care routine that I could carry on through these colder months ahead. At the same time, I tried to spend as little money as possible, considering there's more important things I need to spend my money on (aka college tuition). So we could call this a "try not to break the bank yet get everything you need" kind of haul. Thankfully I didn't pick that mouth full as the actual title. 

This was also my first time shopping online at Primor, and I have to say I am very pleased with my order. I still prefer Maquillalia since they do things a little bit faster, but I feel like I can really save my money at Primor. I won't go too into detail when it comes to what I bought, but you can expect some reviews in the future. As always, if you liked the post or have anything to say, feel free to comment down below!

Affordable Skin Care Haul

The Byphasse Micellar Make Up Remover Solution (2.99€) is great for sensitive skin since it's alcohol free, plus it can also take off waterproof mascara in a couple of easy swipes. Plus, the price/quantity ratio is nearly unbeatable for such a great product. 

The Byphasse Face Soft Toner Lotion (1.99€) is also alcohol free and recommended for all skin types., although the formula is liquid rather than lotion-like. The smell reminds me of scented toilet paper, but it's not a bad smell. Just not a very enticing one either. 

I also got my hands on the Beauty Formulas Vitamin E Exfoliating Facial Scrub (1€), which is marketed as a creamy gentle exfoliator for all skin types. I'm already working on a comparison post between this and the L'Oreal one, so keep an eye out for that. 

The Farmona Herbal Care Moisturising & Smoothing Cream (1.99€) is targeted for normal to dry skin types and can be used for either the day or night time. It's very creamy and light, which means it sinks into the skin really fast, yet somehow manages to hydrate my really dry skin for the longest time. 

As for my lips, I repurchased Maybelline's Baby Lips (2.50€), this time in the colour Melon Mania, which is transparent. I can always count on this little guy to keep my lips nice and hydrated during the winter, although I feel like they're a bit heavy for the summer time.

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  1. I haven't tried or heard of any of these except the baby lips!
    Charlotte //

    1. They are smaller european brands that you don't come across at every drugstore, but so far they're really good! Definitely worth the money :)