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Simple Kind to Skin Moisturisers

I haven't posted much for about a month (argh!). I know not many people read this anyway but I've had a lot of homework and revision to do.

Something I really wanted to do in 2015 was to take better care of myself in general, including my hair and skin. This meant not using heat as much and going easy on the make up. Usually, I use the Liz Earle products (Cleanse and Polish followed by the toner and moisturiser) and although I love these very much, they can be quite pricey and sometimes I just fancy a change. In Sainsbury's recently, the Simple products have been on offer and so I decided to try their moisturisers.

To be honest, I wasn't expecting too much. I sometimes don't particularly like Simple products, I have sensitive skin yet I find some of them irritate my skin more than ordinary products do and others are so gentle that they don't do much. However, my faith has been restored.

 Here I have the Simple Kind to Skin Vital Vitamin Night Cream  and the Simple Kind to Skin Hydrating Light Moisturiser. 


First of all, the night cream. I actually first used this when my Liz Earle moisturiser had run out and it's all gone now. The first thing to note is that this cream looks and feels almost like jelly, as bizarre as that sounds. At first I was extremely skeptical as to if it would make my skin feel tight, which I've experienced with a few creams. However, I used this and really enjoyed it, as it is a night cream it doesn't absorb really rapidly but I don't look for that in a night cream particularly.
The morning after using this, my skin would feel lovely and soft and look bright and healthy, making my make up go on  easily and reducing the amount of foundation etc. I used.
The cream itself claims to include "multi-vitamins and skin loving ingredients" and to be fair, I think it lives up to its claims. The only problem I do have with this is that there isn't much in a pot, its only really 2/3 full and so it doesn't last ages. However, a little goes a long way and at £5.99 , its a great deal.


The light moisturiser, however, is my favourite of the two, mainly for its convenience. It claims to be the UK's No.1 and for value for money, I 100% agree. I picked this up on offer for £2 (I think reduced from £4.50) and WOW!
I never really moisturise before putting my make up on because it takes too long to soak in I'm always in a hurry in the morning! However, this soaks in really quickly and makes my skin feel extremely hydrated, whilst making my make up go on smoothly.

After this experience with Simple, I will definitely be re - purchasing and continue to use these wonderful products!

Thanks for reading :)
Elle xxx

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