No Makeup Pamper Day Essentials

On makeup-free days, or even just when I take my makeup off on an evening, I like to treat myself with some pamper essentials. Here are some of my faves:

No makeup pamper day essentials

Naissance Castor Oil (£4.49, Amazon)

I’ve talked about the benefits of castor oil before but it really does wonders for my brows and lashes! This is more of a leave-on-overnight sort of product but sometimes I apply it to my brows if I’m not doing anything for the day.

e.l.f. Lip Scrub (£4.50, Superdrug)

I love the idea of this being like a lipstick rather than a pot of scrub but I managed to snap mine as soon as I got it! I love exfoliating my lips after wearing drying lipsticks though.

The Bodyshop Tea Tree Spot Treatment (£7, The Body Shop)

If I’m having a breakout, using a spot treatment while I don’t have makeup on usually calms my skin down. This is a bit pricey for a 2.5ml product but my skin seems to like it.

Boots Essentials Cucumber Eye Gel (£1.50, Boots)

I love this budget Boots brand and use this eye gel to keep my eyes hydrated and refreshed. It doesn’t do much else for me in terms of improving dark circles but it works on puffiness and is an absolute bargain at £1.50! I sometimes use this with the Real Techniques under eye reviver from their Prep and Prime set to give my under eyes a massage.

Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel Moisturiser (£12.99, Boots)

I don’t always use this moisturiser but this is one of my pricier options (though I actually got it half price at Tesco) so it feels like I’m giving my skin a treat!

I love face masks on pamper days too but I feel like that would be a whole other post!

What are your faves for no makeup days? x


Author: beautysirenblog

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

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