I've done five empties posts on this blog, and I've told you what I would buy again. But I haven't gone through my stash and shown you what I've repurchased. So here's that post, so you can see what things I love enough to buy again.
Everywhere Concealer // 100% Pure
This is one of my staples. It can be used on blemishes, dark spots, under eye circles, and everywhere else. The wand allows for easy application, and then you can blend with your finger or a buffing bush.
The coverage is on the lighter side, and it doesn't build very well. I'm fine with this, because I like really natural looking make up, but if you want high coverage, this probably isn't for you. It works a lot better in the warmer months; I find in the colder months it doesn't apply very well, so a creamier concealer would work better.
Intensive Moisture Balm // 100% Pure (Discontinued)
My skin is very dry, so it becomes red and irritated during the winter. That's why I love this so much. The Shea and avocado butters hydrate my skin, while the Lavender helps to calm, and the Vitamin C helps to brighten. This is a very rich product, so it isn't going to work for everyone, but I can't go through another Canadian winter without it.
Ultra Hyaluronic Hydrating Serum // MyChelle
Sally Hughes got me on the hyaluronic acid train, and this serum has kept me on board. This has a very silky texture that sinks in immediately, instantly hydrating my skin. This works well in the colder months, but is also very light, so it works in Spring and Summer too.
Lavender Hand Cream // Andalou Naturals
This was the first natural hand cream I ever used, and I'm still using it years later. The entire collection contains different butters like Shea and Cocoa to really hydrate your hands without leaving them greasy. The Lavender is my favourite because of it's calming properties, so I keep it on my bed side table and in my hand bag.
Certified Organic Argan Oil // Acure Organics
I've lost count of how many of these I've bought, but I know it's been two or three in the last year. I started using it on acne scars, but now I use it all over my face and neck. This is the only argan oil I've tried, but it is very affordable and works so well that I don't need to try any other brands.
Argan Stem Cell + CoQ10 Dry Shampoo // Acure Organics
I'm really not about spending a lot of time on my hair. Having a pixie cut makes this pretty easy, but if it looks greasy, I have to do something. Dry shampoo makes it easy to spend five minutes or less on my hair. This helps to absorb excess oil, while adding texture and volume that make all of the difference.
What are your most repurchased products?
Until next time,