L'Oreal Skincare | Anti-aging, Hydrating & Cleansing

I use a lot of different skincare brands, I'm not particularly loyal to any one. I've got my favourite individual products from a range of different brands and price ranges, but for me I like to try out different things and see how they suit my sensitive, dry and dehydrated skin. It was just recently when I bought a new eye cream that I noticed I had a few L'Oreal Paris skincare products and they were all quite firm favourites in my skincare routine. L'Oreal has some impressive anti-aging, hydrating and cleansing products and with affordable price tags these are the ones that have stood out for me...

I don't go out of my way to buy anti-aging products though maybe I should before it's too late. One thing I have been making an effort with though is eye cream. The hollows under my eyes are the thing I'm most self-conscious about so I've been putting more focus on using creams and serums that plump that area. L'Oreal Paris brought out the L'Oreal Revitalift Filler Renew eye cream which is formulated with hyaluronic acid which should replump tear hollows. I have to admit the packaging is a bit gimmicky but the injection style syringe is actually the perfect amount of eye cream for under each eye. The eye cream is quite light and gel like, sinking in quickly and suitable for morning and night.

Now this is a skincare product that I love, have repurchased and will repurchase again in a heartbeat. The L'Oreal Hydra Genius Aloe Water is a gel moisturiser that ticked all the boxes for me and I've been ranting and raving about it since back in November last year. It's a lovely, lightweight moisturiser that gets to work as soon as it touches your skin. Quite often a moisturiser is good for a while and then my skin gets used to it (is that actually a thing?) or it can be too thick and heavy and my skin starts to get clogged or feel greasy. The bottle seems to last for ages and it doesn't take much to really hydrate your skin. 

From the products used day in, day out to the ones that are used a little less often. For me a face mask is more of a once a month thing as my skin is just too sensitive to overload it with products. My favourite face mask of the moment is the L'Oreal Pure Clay Detox Mask. I'm keen to try the other masks in the range (Blemish Rescue, Glow Mask and Bright Mask) but the Detox Mask had the best reviews so it was my first pick. It's a charcoal clay mask that's thick and goes a long way. I use it on my T-Zone to detoxify and clarify the areas of my face most prone to clogged pores and blemishes. The thing about this mask is you can actually see it changing and making a difference. After 10minutes and washing it off with water my skin always looks clearer and it can breathe. The charcoal and clays draw out impurities leaving your skin clearer without drying it out. 

Another product from the Pure Clay range is the L'Oreal Pure Clay Glow Scrub. A cleansing, brightening and exfoliating scrub with pure clays and red algae, I use this every few days to help keep my skin clearer and fresher. Although I don't really suffer from shine and excess oil I quite like the Glow Scrub for clearing my complexion and not drying out my skin at the same time thanks to the Eucalyptus and Ghassoul ingredients. The scrub leaves my skin feeling smooth and clean, but hasn't ever made it feel tight or sore which can be a struggle with my dry, sensitive skin. It's quite clear that my Pure Clay Glow Scrub has nearly been completely used up and though I'm definitely going to repurchase it I'm intrigued by their Fine Flowers Sensitive Face Wash.
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