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July 07, 2018

 Exfoliating a step in skincare that can be forgotten but is extremely vital. I think everyone should do it once a week minimum, chemically or physically. Removing the dead skin cells from our face can make the world of a difference to your skincare actually working and when you are putting makeup. 


Personally I enjoy exfoliating as it helps my skin feel so amazing and helps it be clearer sometimes! I’ve been trying lots recently and I aren’t a massive high end skincare buyer so I’ve found afew drugstore exfoliates that I really like. I want to try a chemical exfoliate but I just haven’t yet.

   My favourite has to be my garnier 3 in 1. I’ve spoken about this in countless posts! It’s a facemask, exfoliate and mask all in one. It has 2 different types which are affective in helping different targeted skin problems. Personally I prefer the Clay one as it has saylicic acid in to help Clear my skin and gives a cooling affect after I use it!!

 Next is one my mum bought and I began using, the Boots botanics purifying all bright scrub. She wanted an affordable but a natures scrub because her skin reacts with chemicals so this is perfect! It does give my skin a slight glow whilst being really gentle and helps it feel amazing! I really love it and it smells so good.

 Finally, people don’t know much about this as it’s aldi’s own skincare brand lacura! I’ve tried afew things and I’ve got along with them so I wanted to try the scrub and I really like it. Honestly it’s not my favourite but I think It’s a really lovely soft scrub that helps genteelly exfoliates my face. I think it’s perfect if you’re on a budget but doesn’t work magic.

 This post just shows my love for exfoliating, I love having soft skin especially in the warm weather! You don’t always need to invest in expensive skincare - this shows how the drugstore can work just as well because I know it does for me.

Bailey ♡ xx

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16 comments

  1. Great post! I've been looking for some new skincare products, and that garnier one sounds amazing! I'm definitely going to have to check it out!

    ~ Paige

    https://currentlylately.com

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  2. I totally agree, you don’t always need to invest in expensive skincare. I like to splurge every once in a while but I must admit drugstore products work just as well. The Garnier's charcoal products are my favorite.

    BTW Great blog!

    Pepper | Peppermintheart

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    1. It’s alk about finding the drugstore products that work for you x

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  3. The Body Shop has a tea tree oil face scrub that works really well and I love the fact that it has tea tree oil in it. I'll have to give that Boots one a try.

    Thanks for sharing! x

    Michelle
    dressingwithstyle-s.com

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    1. I definitely need to try it ahaha x

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  4. I have both of the garnier ones and LOVE them!! xx

    Angela | DreamsAndLashes.com

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  5. These are great suggestions! I've never tried Garnier as a exfoliant, but really enjoy their cleansers! I actually use an exfoliating treatment by Fresh. I love that brand, and I really need to use it more often!!

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    1. I’m glad you liked them! I recommend them so much. I really want fresh skincare but it’s wayyyyyy out my budget.

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  6. so wow, like your blog
    my blog is about beauty too, I am follwing you

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  7. I'm always on the look out for new skin care stuff, a lot of bloggers tend to recommend the Body Shop but unfortunately I can't use their products. May have to try some of these though! x

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    1. I honestly haven’t tried much body shop skincare! I think you should, they’re alk really good x

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  8. Yes!! exfoliating does make all the difference. You should try those Loreal exfoliating masks. So so so good!

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    1. I can’t not exfoliate. That’s one I really wanna try and I think I’m going to have to soon! Xx

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