A few weeks ago I posted about my finding skincare favourites challenge with Boots UK (read it HERE). In that post I gave a little introduction to my skin and its issues – primarily rosacea and therefore ridiculously sensitive skin – and also showed you the products I would be trying out. I’ve been doing this challenge for about three weeks now, but many of these products are trusted skincare favourites of mine, ones that crop up in so many of my recommendations and ‘favourites’ posts, so you could say this is a bit of a skincare ‘dream team’!
*This is a sponsored post in association with Boots UK.
So far in my ‘5 Best…’ series we’ve covered cleansers and moisturisers, so next up is one of the most exciting posts in the series: 5 best budget exfoliators. I can hear you laughing at the back, and yes I’m aware that exfoliators don’t *sound* that exciting but hear me out! If you don’t currently use one, or use it sporadically, then I can guarantee that when used regularly it can transform the skin. A good exfoliator makes you look healthier, less tired, helps with blemishes and, as a result, make up sits better on the skin. I have a lot to say about this topic so grab a cuppa and a biscuit!
I’m starting a new series called ‘5 Best…’ As you may be able to guess, I will be pulling together lists of the 5 best products I’ve tried. To start us off, I’m going to do a budget skincare mini series. First up is the 5 best budget cleansers: all are under £12 and all are suitable for even my super sensitive skin. Don’t forget to let me know your favourite budget cleansers in the comments below, I always love to try new products and brands especially if they’re kind on my pocket!