Sunday, 27 March 2016

25% off Escentual.com Discount Code - My Must Haves and Must Try's

I had a lovely discount code pop up in my inbox which gives you 25% off the whole of Escentual.com that is valid from Monday 28th March until Thursday 31st March so whilst I was planning my purchases I thought i'd share my must have and my must tries from the site.

Code: ESCENTUAL25
Vichy Aqualia Thermal Serum (Link) £14.33 with 25% Discount
One of my all time favourite serums that does exactly what it claims to, it hydrates your skin making it look and feel wondrous without breaking the bank.

La Roche Posay Effaclar Duo + (Link) £9.86 with 25% Discount
I think i've whittled on enough about this over the years, I must be on my 30th tube and whenever there's a discount I repurchase; if you're prone to blemishes you must try this as it sorts my skin out and keeps me blemish free.

Clarins HydraQuench Cream (Link) £23.10 with 25% Discount
Another product that hydrates your skin beautifully and paired with the Vichy Serum your skin will be singing, on the expensive side but you get 50mls and it lasts a long time. I adore when brands don't pack their skin care with fragrances and just let the product do the talking and this one does just that.

RapidBrow Brow Enhancing Serum (Link) £27.75 with 25% Discount
If you have over plucked or your brows just don't seem to want to grow I definitely recommend this product, I had half brows when I started using it and it really did the trick of extending them and thickening them after a rather brutal encounter with a beautician and isn't crazy pricey like some others I've seen and used and works just as effectively.

La Roche Posay Effaclar BB Blur (Link) £10.50 with 25% Discount
This is fantastic; if you have large pores I urge you to give this a try because it is like polly filler and really improves the appearance of pores. Not only that I personally think it's the perfect 'day off' makeup as it can pass for foundation, perhaps not enough coverage for my normal makeup routine so I use it as a primer but when I just want to look fresh and polished but not covered in makeup it really does the trick and keeps the oil at bay so lasts all day on my skin.

BareMinerals Stroke Of Light Eye Brightener (Link) £16.68 with 25% Discount
Perfect to pair with the BB Blur for 'no makeup makeup' (ugh hate that phrase) it's incredibly brightening without looking like you have anything on, I think for most people who only require a little coverage under the eyes this will be all you need and if you have more substantial dark circles it acts as a great corrector under your usual concealer.
Nuxe Nuxuriance Ultra Re-Plumping Roll-On Mask (Link) £27.75 after 25% Discount
I mean a roll-on mask, this has to be tried! No mess and I'm guessing a bit of a facial massage plus I assume you won't use as much, this mask claims to regenerate the skin, promote radiance and leave you with a smoother plumper complexion.

Vichy Aqualia Thermal Night Spa (Link) £16.58 after 25% Discount
Boasting similar results as the Nuxe mask this is a traditional slap it on your face and sleep in it mask which I'm all for, I never see the sense in rinsing off a hydrating mask because it isn't likely going to do any damage. This mask is packed with hylauronic acid and the Vichy Thermal Spa Water which will deeply hydrate and replenish the skin whilst you sleep.

Dior Forever & Ever Wear Extreme Perfection & Hold Makeup Base (Link) £21.75 after 25% Discount
I have heard very positive words spoken about this primer/skin care hybrid, mainly that it does indeed hold your makeup on forever and ever which is always a feature I look for in my primer. As it is part of the DiorSkin range the formula has skin care ingredients incorporated and is supposed to refine your skin as you wear it which I guess softens the blow of the price tag for some as it's improving your skin not just being washed down the drain when you remove your makeup.

Niod Photography Fluid (Link) £15.00 after 25% Discount
Two primers seem a bit much but I've heard amazing reviews of this product from Niod, I have been meaning to purchase this for ages to be honest but keep forgetting. Finding products to stay on your oily skin all day but that don't make your makeup look matte is so difficult so using a primer like the photography fluid should add a bit of a glow back to your skin after your mattifying primer/foundation.

Dior Nude Air Loose Powder (Link) £27.00 after 25% Discount
This powder is supposed to give your skin a real glow which again is so hard to find when you have oily skin and need to powder your makeup as most powders are matte, hopefully the Dior Air Loose Powder can be that final step which keeps my makeup in place all day but doesn't make my skin look caked in makeup and overly matte.

Clarins Instant Light Lip Perfector (Link) £11.85 after 25% Discount
If I see the lip perfector's with a discount I will usually pick up a shade as these are so handy for in your handbag/on your desk. They are a lovely balm with a hint of colour but not a lip product you need a mirror to apply so perfect for on the go and I get a bit crazy if I don't have some sort of balm in my possession at all times so usually have one in every handbag and the next shade on my list is Nude Shimmer.

Roger & Gallet Fleur De Figuier Precious Replenishing Balm (Link) £10.84 after 25% Discount
I can't shop at Escentual without picking up some Roger & Gallet as they've become my favourite body product brand over the last year, their new Replenishing Balm in the Fleur De Figuier is a must buy for me as the weather is getting a little nicer and there's potential to go tight-less I need to up my leg game and get them summer ready with lots of scrubbing and body balming ASAP! There will no doubt be some repurchasing of their body wash, soaps (you can keep them in your underwear drawer unused to make it smell amazing) and hand cream also all in the Fleur De Figuier scent as it is just the best!

So those are my Escentual.com Must Haves and Must Try's for their Discount Code, have you tried anything I'm recommending/wanting? what are your must haves?

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