Beauty Finds Of The Week: S5, Terre D’Oc & this works

I’ve been feeling rather holistic this week and wanted to treat myself to some new natural beauty products.

S5 Purity Serum – £44 30ml
This 100% natural skincare serum is meant for those with blemish prone skin (me unfortunately). Blemishes are generally a sign that the skin out of balance and this serum tries to restore its equilibrium. I’ve been using it day and night (2-3 drops at a time) after cleansing and toning and it has a very light feel on the skin; almost weightless. After 7 days my complexion feels and looks brighter.

Terre D’Oc Massage & Care Body Oil – £22.95 100ml
This multi purpose oil can be used on the skin and/or hair or added to your bath water if your skin is in need of some extra moisturising. Among the oil’s ingredients is baobab oil. Baobab oil contains vitamins A, E, D and F which helps to rejuvenate dry and tired skin. I used the oil after a bath and although it sounds like it should be heavy, it was very light and surprisingly non greasy. It sinks into the skin quickly and easily and is good for those with skin conditions like eczema or psoriasis.

this works clean skin 5-in-1 water – £21 200ml
I’ll be honest; I was rather sceptical about this cleansing water. The premise is that you don’t need to use a separate cleanser, toner or eye make up remover; just gently wipe everything away with this one product – no water required. I find cleansing wipes a tad drying and don’t like the tight feeling my skin has afterwards but that wasn’t the case with this works clean skin 5 in 1. It really does remove everything and your skin feels great afterwards. I think it is perfect to throw in your case when your other half whisks you off on a romantic getaway (hint hint Mr 32 Boroughs), or if you can’t be bothered with your usual skincare routine. It too is made up of 100% natural ingredients.

Will you be giving any of these a try?


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