Wednesday, 24 July 2013

Amie Morning Clear Purifying Facial Wash Review + I'm Back!

Hi Everyone!
I'm really sorry I haven't been blogging, I went on holiday for a week and then I also had to get all my school work finished before the end of time, but I'm now back bursting at the seems with new ideas to share with you all. Along with a birthday OOTD and a Holiday Post, I hope I don't disappoint.

So recently (before I went away) I signed up with a pr company called Babushka Communications. If you watch the 'Ugly Face Of Beauty' on youtube, then you will probably have heard of them, and I am pretty sure that she has been sent the same product I am reviewing today. I've always heard good things of Amie, but never thought of trying it, since after trying Simple as a budget skincare product I was seriously let down by it, and after that stuck with more high end skincare buys. No, I don't necessarily think the more you spend on a product the better it is, I just think that skincare products do tend to be more reliable the pricier they get sometimes. 

Now the spot creams I usually get tend to be a bit more of a scrub and less of a smooth consistency, so they aren't the most comfortable creams to put on in the world, but they do as the say on the bottle which is 'scrub' the skin thoroughly to get rid of oils properly. Amie's consistency is a lot more like a hand cream type, and it is always smooth and chilled when you put it on your skin, so it's quite pleasant to exfoliate and wash with.

It's also not got that too sweet or too chemicalised fragrance to it, which is usually the case with the products I tend to get.

It's also seriously big, I must of been using it for about 3 weeks now, and it still feels pretty much full, and trust me I do use quite a substantial amount of acne creams and cleansers (perks of being a 14 year old, yay!) After using it for that long I have seen a massive difference in my skin, it doesn't get as oily at a certain time of the day, and if you leave it on as a mask for about ten minutes, it makes your skin feel even fresher before applying your makeup.
I honestly recommend this too people who have oily skin that they can't seem to get rid of, and to teenagers like me who suffer from terrible acne. I also like to use this on my back and chest where I also have acne, but it has proven a lot better on my face (hence the name, 'facial wash').

After searching the interweb, you can find the complete Amie range at boots for prices ranging from £1.50-£7.00.

Thanks again to Babushka Communications for letting me try this product out, it is a definite repurchase!

P.S as you may have noticed, I finally turned 14 yesterday! I am no longer the thirteen year old fashion blogger, boooooo.

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