So I’m going to begin this blog with a bit of a disclaimer…I only even looked at this range thanks to KaushalBeauty! I saw her use it in a YouTube vid and her skin is beaut so it didn’t take me long to order it myself.
It’s literally the easiest 3 step process for smooth, glowy skin and also the make up application after I’ve noticed has been a lot more flawless. The range I’ll be talking about is the Cleanser, Clay mask and Moisturiser.
Fine Flowers Cleansing Cream
Now I have oily skin right, so normally creamy cleansers like this scare me as I always feel like after I’ve cleansed and splashed my face with water I can sort of feel a film of something on my face. However I didn’t find that with the Fine Flowers Cleansing Cream.
I literally took a little dollop and massaged it into my face in circular motions. I wouldn’t say I go heavy with the face make up such as base, blush etc but my eye, I will admit there is a heck load of mascara and eyeliner going on. I kid you not it literally came off with no hassle. Recently I’ve been using L’Oreal Paris Miss Baby Roll Mascara, which is amazing but the biggest pain in the ass to remove not with this cleanser.
After cleansing and remove the crap with cotton pads, I also rinse my face with some cold water and pat dry. Even before the mask I can see my skin looking brighter.
Pure Clay Detox Mask
With any facemask I only tend to do it, 1-3 times a week depending on what kind of skin issues I’m having. The masks vary for the exact same reason, if I feel like I’ve got spots… usually around that time I like to use the Body Shop Amazonian Clay, if its just general I want a pamper I actually like those £1 sachets you can get from Boots and Superdrug , my favourite is the cucumber peeling one. There is something so satisfying about peeling the bad stuff off your face…or is that just me?
Anyway since using this range I have been obsessed with the Pure Clay mask, again I only go for 1-3 times a week just because as with any mask using it too much can starve your skin of some of the good oils you need.
It’s a thick and gloopy consistency, I apply with a brush and it literally feels like silk. I do like applying a thick layer as I find clay masks work best that way. I leave it on until its dry; you’ll know its dry because you won’t be able to move your face.
The only issue I had with this mask is washing it off. As soon as water is added to take it off it becomes creamy again and took a few minutes to make sure I’d removed the entire grey residue. Also side note – my sink literally looked grey!
Hydra Genius Aloe Water
Step 3 is my favourite, one because my skin already looks amazing and second I love the feel of this. I have started using this on a daily basis, purely because I love the look of my makeup after I have used this.
It a very light, gel formula and I literally use 1 or 2 pumps and my face feels so hydrated. It does say on the package for dry and sensitive skin, my skin is neither and it works absolutely fine. I wouldn’t say it reduces oil or shine but it doesn’t claim too, but it does feel great on the skin and its such a god send in the recent hot weather as its so light weight but I think that’s to do with the texture.
I highly recommend this range if like me you’re a little lazy with a make up removal routine. Literally step 1 and 3 are all you need and the luxury to throw in a mask now and again doesn’t hurt.
I hope you’ve enjoyed reading this post. If you have any requests for new blogs or products you’d like my opinion on please let me know.
I got my collection at boots, click the link below to get yours click on the pic below <3 🙂