Superdrug Naturally Radiant Review

I’m always on the lookout for affordable skincare and recently picked up a bunch of things from Superdrug’s Naturally Radiant range.

The range retails at £5.99-£7.99 but can be found much cheaper as it’s frequently on offer in Superdrug.

Hot Cloth Cleanser 

I put this in my skincare faves and I really love it! It’s as good as the pricier hot cloth cleansers I’ve tried and I think it does give radiance results as well as doing a good job cleansing my skin.

Eye Cream

I’m yet to find and eyecream that delivers on reducing dark circles so I wasn’t expecting miracles with this. It does feel gentle on my eyes and is a very soothing cream that I will keep using but I haven’t noticed any brightening yet.

Overnight Peel

I have only used this a few times as it contains gylcolic acid and should only be used a two or three times a week but I haven’t seen any real differences in my skin yet. I’m definitely going to keep using it though as I’ve been so impressed with the range overall.

Facial Oil

I have oily/combination skin so I wasn’t sure about using an oil and I’m still not sure after using this, to be honest. I’ve only applied it a couple of times after cleansing at night and both times I suffered from a breakout so it’s put me off trying this.

Gylcolic Acid Pads

These pads are another favourite from the range. I’m a big fan of the Avon ones and have tried the Nip + Fab range too but I think you can’t go wrong with these as a great budget alternative.

Two in one Moisturiser & Serum

This one has to top the list along with the hot cloth cleanser. I use it on a morning before applying my makeup and it leaves my skin looking fresh and soft, perfect to start the day!

Overall, I think Superdrug Naturally Radiant really delivers in terms of affordable skincare that does what it claims to do and I can’t wait to try out more from the range.

Let me know if you’ve been trying anything new recently! x

Author: beautysirenblog

UK beauty blogger, writer, marketer, cosplayer and lover of sparkly things.

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