Payday can only mean spending money! I finally have got my hands on the Liz Earle skin care. My skin is oily and riddled with acne scars. So first and foremost I want to combat the oiliness. My second purchase is for reducing the scars.
So I ran off the the Liz Earle website to check out the range and it turns out there is an August deal - meaning I get what I was going to purchase, for a cheaper price WITH a gift. It's a foundation, now I'm not sure it will be my colour but my work mate said it was good, so it's worth a shot. Although my trusty MAC serves me well. As I recommended one of the girls I work with, she gets a free something, which she volunteered to split with me. Niceeeeeeee. So this is what I got:
£41.00. You get:
100ml Cleanse and Polish (with two Muslin clothes)
200ml Skin Tonic
50ml Skin Repair Moisturiser
Free Sheer Skin Tint
I usually wouldn't invest this much in anything but if it warrants then I will. But I am waaay tired of hating my skin, so I can spend a little more because the only other thing it would go on is food.
Next thing I purchased was the Dr Manuka APInourish Skin Repair Cream. I already have the blemish cream by them and I was surprised at how well it worked. I read reviews about the Skin Repair's magic and decided to banish my scars away (even if it means emptying my pockets)!
I also got this. It retails at £24.99 from Holland & Barretts, but I went searching on Ebay (I'm a cheaparse remember) and got it for £17.50
I also gave £1 to the Amy Winehouse Foundation because Ebay prompted me and I adore her. So there's my good deed for life. I kid.
Anyway all the stuff is rammed with Vitamin E, which is excellent for skin - keeps it moisturised and helps fade scars. So those are my cheeky purchases, but if it's in the name of clear(er) skin, then I think it's justified. The new lipstick and high tops I'm craving however....