Superdrug Vitamin E Skin Care

Superdrug Vitamin E Skin Care


I’ve been using Superdrug’s own brand vitamin E skin care for a long time now. It’s so affordable, easy and natural. My skin is combination but I like it feeling super hydrated and this range does that perfectly. It genuinely cleared my acne scarring in thexpast year. I can’t recommend it enough.

Hot Cloth Cleanser – £4.99
Well duh, I’m dumb. I forgot to photograph the product I use the most because it was in the bathroom cabinet. Anyway, it’s straightforward even without a picture. A super creamy and not at all drying hot cloth cleanser that melts away all my makeup. It even comes with a muslin cloth. For an eternal die hard fan of the amazing but expensive Liz Earle hot cloth cleanser, I’ll happily settle for this.

Nourishing Eye Cream – £2.99
The only eye cream I’ll use. It does the job and that’s that. Cheep, cheerful but hydrating and cooling.

SPF 15 Radiance Moisture Cream – £2.99
I used to love this way more than I do now but only for one reason. It’s a little glittery. If I’m leaving the house makeup-less I won’t reach for this but under makeup, it’s a winner.

Gentle Oatmeal Exfoliator – £2.99
I’ve sworn off exfoliator scrubs for so long. I’m so gentle with my skin so avoid harsh scrubbing or scraping at all costs but this, every other week, is gentle enough to not ruin my skin but gets rid of so much rubbish that has built up. It makes my skin feel so polished and smooth and perfectly restored. I love it.

Moisture Boost Facial Serum – £3.99
It’s my new favourite. It’s hydrating but a gel-like formula so not too heavy. It sinks in quickly so my hair doesn’t get stuck to my face and it sits beautifully under makeup. Mixed with a facial oil it’s even more gorgeous. I cannot sing its praises enough.

So, which of these have tempted you? It’ll be the best value trip to Superdrug you’ll ever make if you throw these in your basket.

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