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When Travelmate Sheet Mask Review

When says their Travelmate Sheet Mask is for "when travel is taking a toll on your skin… When travelmate bio-cellulose sheet mask soaked in intensely hydrating serum formulated with help to soothe and refresh your skin from UV rays, wind and dry cabin air. When Travel Biocellulose Sheet mask will make your skin look amazing while you are on the road." These K Beauty sheet masks contain 23ml of serum, and retail for $7 individually, or $28 for a pack of four masks. When Beauty is not cruelty free. The Travelmate Sheet Mask is manufactured in Korea. 

Sukin Super Greens Detoxifying Clay Masque Review

Sukin says "our clay based Masque contains Kale, Goji Berry and Bentonite and is enriched with vitamins and antioxidants to detox, brighten the complexion and minimise the appearance of fine lines. Avocado, Baobab and Rosehip Oils promote an even skin tone through intensive hydration properties. Skin is replenished, contributing towards maintaining youthful, glowing skin." The Super Greens Detoxifying Clay Masque contains 100ml (3.38oz) and retails for $16.95 at Priceline in Australia, or for £11.95 at Boots in the UK - Sukin's website also offers worldwide shipping. This Melbourne based green beauty brand focus on making clean, vegan, and carbon neutral products at an affordable price point. This clay mask was made in Australia.

Out with the Old - March 2018 Empties


So far 2018 has been amazing year for me in terms of empties - each month I finish so many more products than I'd expect. March saw seventeen products enter my empties bin. Surprisingly, a lot of it was makeup! Click through to read more about what I finished each month - as always, products I plan to repurchase have been marked with an asterisk (*).

Simple Hydrating Cleansing Oil Review


Simple Hydrating Cleansing Oil Review
Simple says their Hydrating Cleansing Oil "removes makeup and dissolves impurities while instantly hydrating your skin leaving it feeling soft an smooth." I've recently fallen in love with cleansing oils and decided to turn to the drugstore when I ran out of my beloved L'Occitane Shea Cleansing Oil. I pawed through my favorite skincare bloggers posts, making notes of everyone's affordable favorites and settled on Simple's Hydrating Cleansing Oil, which seemed to be the most popular budget pick. This cleansing oil contains 125ml (4.4 fl oz) and sells for just $9.99 at Priceline, but I picked it up on sale for just a handful of gold coins. Simple does not test on animals, though it is owned by a non-cruelty free parent company. This product was made in Hungary.