• My latest cruelty free beauty haul picking up quite a few new products to try out and test including a new skincare range to add to my collection that is inspired by Iceland, a repurchase of my favourite eyeshadow primer, a new exfoliator and 2 new products from Zoella’s new collection.

    The first lot of products I picked up was a wide selection of skincare goodies from a cruelty free skincare brand called skyn ICELAND. I had heard of them from one of my favourite American YouTuber’s Marissa Lace quite a few months ago and I’ve been dying to buy products from them for quite some time. I picked up a wide range from a moisturiser, a cleanser, two types of eye cream, a facial oil, a blemish fighting gel and a pore minimising primer cream. You can read more about them in my featured blog post A Skincare Range Inspired By Iceland | First Impressions. I love the packaging and I feel like the products really work so despite them being a little on the pricey side, I am in love with this skincare brand.

    The next skincare item I picked up was a new exfoliator to try out as my beloved Walnut one from Ole Henriksen has either been discontinued or is no longer being sold on Feel Unique anymore so I’ve been on the hunt for a new exfoliator that actually does something and I think I’ve found it. It’s the Liz Earle Gentle Face Exfoliator which I’ve grown to adore Liz Earle as a skincare brand and I’m so glad they are cruelty free and only use natural ingredients in their products.

    I then picked up my favourite eyeshadow primer from Urban Decay which is their Eyeshadow Primer Potion in Original which is a plain skin tone colour which makes it perfect for neutralising the skin on the eyelid and helping eyeshadow to stay in place all day.

    Finally I picked up two items from Zoella’s new collection, one of which is her new Body Spray Gelat’Eau from her Jelly & Gelato range and also her Wonderful notebook from her lifestyle range which I wanted to go on my desk. I’m not sure if I will pick anything else up from her range as I find some things are completely overpriced for what they are, as much as I love Zoe and the items she creates in her brand.




    What products are you looking at trying? Have you tried any of these products?

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