Philosophy Purity Facial Cleanser and Comfort Zone Hydramemory Mask.
Well, this pair has turned out to be a match made in heaven. I used both the other night and my skin felt like it had just had a full-on facial!
It was purely by co-incidence I put these two beauties together – I needed to test them both so did it on the same evening.
The Purity Cleanser just feels pretty much like any other facial wash (I’m not a big fan of washes.. somehow my fringe always gets pretty much trashed whenever I try and use it!) but despite it’s innocuous looks, there is more to it than meets the eye. It washed away the day without leaving any tightness at all and thanks to an infusion of natural oil extracts my skin felt really comfortable and smooth. Purity is £17.50 HERE. Following on with Comfort Zone (heck of a lot of this on Ebay I noticed) Hydramemory Mask was a good and lucky move. The mask contains Trehalose which you might also know as the resurrection plant. Whether that’s what made it so hydrating or the dash of Evening Primrose (or even the Hyaluronic) or not I don’t really know but the result was very impressive. It’s not even as expensive as I thought it would be at £26.50 HERE. I’d easily recommend both as ticking all the boxes for doing what they say they will.
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