Saturday, 6 February 2016

Brand Focus | First Aid Beauty


This is the first of these kind of Brand Focus posts I've done, probably because this is the first time I've loved absolutely every product I've tried from a brand. So today I'm going to do a little run down of First Aid Beauty, the products I've tried and why I love them so much! I'll start off with saying that a reason I was drawn into this brand is the price point, they're very reasonably priced for products which are definitely on the higher end of the spectrum. I'd also heard really good things about the brand beforehand and I knew how good they were for dry skin. 

The first product I tried was the Ultra Repair Instant Oatmeal Mask (£14.90), what I love about this mask is the texture and consistency, it has oatmeal pieces, it's more like a cream and it doesn't get tight on the skin, which I hate in some face masks! It's specifically for dry skin and after leaving this on for 10 minutes my skin always feels so nourished. 

The second mask I've tried is the Skin Rescue Purifying Mask with Red Clay (£18.70), this mask targets different problem areas than the first one, I do like clay masks and this is definitely the best one I've tried. It does get quite tight but not uncomfortable, this one is specifically for oil control and minimising pores, neither of which I have problems with, however it helps with blemishes so if I have the odd spot I whack this on and it sorts it right out! 

The next thing I've loved is the Pure Skin Facial Cleanser (£11.90), I've been obsessed with my Emma Hardie cleanser for ages, but when I don't want to use a balm cleanser, I turn to this. It has a gorgeous whipped texture which turns into a cream when mixed with water. This always manages to make my skin feel super clean but not stripped and still hydrated. The size is also really good for travelling!

Something I was very excited to try was the Ultra Repair Cream (£18.70), I'd heard lots of good things about this and it definitely lived up to the hype. Specifically for dry skin I've been slapping this on at night as it is a little on the heavy side, although it doesn't sit too bad under makeup. Honestly I wake up in the morning and my skin feels so soft and without a dry patch in sight! 

Finally the last thing I've tried from the brand is the Ultra Repair Lip Therapy (£8.10), I'm quite picky when it comes to lip balms, this one reminds me of one of my all time favourites, the Nuxe Reve de Miel. It is free from petroleum which is great, it's not at all greasy and sits well under lippy. I find this totally takes care of my lips, especially in the cold weather! 

I've definitely got my eye on the Eye Duty Triple Remedy, the Anti-Redness Serum and the Facial Radiance Pads next! Have you tried First Aid Beauty?

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  1. I’ve never actually tried First Aid Beauty before but the skin rescue mask sounds amazing, and especially as this is for oil this would be perfect for me!

    Charlee XO | CharmedCharlee

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    1. I'd definitely recommend giving their products a go, great value for money too, I love them! :) x

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