I'm a huge skincare addict and very fickle in that I rarely ever repurchase products, so those that do make the cut really have to be something special. There's only one thing I used up last month that I'll definitely be repurchasing - can you guess what it is?!
Clinique Pore Minimizer Thermal-Active Skin Refiner - no repurchase
This stuff was beyond useless. I can't find anywhere selling it online so it's possible been discontinued and rightly so. It lives up to its lousy 2.5/5 score on Makeup Alley. A really unpleasant scent and awful consistency. Scrubs which heat on contact with water are a bit faddy as they never stay warm long enough to actually open pores. Olay do a much nicer version which smells better too. I'm so glad to see the back of this Clinique one.
No7 Gentle Foaming Cleanser - no repurchase
This soapy cleanser was totally blah. Just some watered down produced which foamed when dispensed through the nozzle. I wouldn't recommend it but if you're looking for a gentle cleanser go for something like Elemis Fresh Skin Face Wash.
Lacura (Aldi) Foundation - no repurchase
This £2-something foundation was a budget favourite for a long time, see my full review here. While it does give good coverage, I've moved on from it and would rather spend a few quid more for Bourjois or Max Factor.
No7 Beautiful Skin Cleansing Water - maybe repurchase
I only bought this to use up one of those £5 off vouchers and hoped it would be a more accessible version of Bioderma. It's not. Definitely not worth the non-discounted price as it struggles with eye make up, particularly mascara and doesn't feel as gentle on your skin. I don't want to put elbow grease into my cleansing routine as that surely can't be good for your skin! However, it was handy to have sitting around for a quick cleanse or to use first thing in the morning after washing my face, so never say never!
Kheil's Creamy Eye Treatment - maybe repurchase
I actually have since repurchased a jumbo tub of this eye cream in Duty Free, but I am mildly regretting my purchase. It's very moisturising for such a dry area, but it doesn't do anything for tackling fine lines. It's kind of a cult favourite, but I feel we've had our time together and I've grown out of it.
No7 Beautiful Skin Eye Make Up Remover - definite repurchase
LOVE. THIS. STUFF. This is easily my 25th bottle. If you haven't been convinced by two phases eye make up removers in the past, I urge you to try this one before giving up. I've tried many - Bourjois, Organics, etc but none match up to No7. It's basically Lancome's Bi Facil for a lot cheaper (if you use the £5 off No7 vouchers). Check out my full review here.