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Good Things Deep Pore Anti Blemish Lotion

Is this a toner or a water based cleanser? I guess you can use it as whatever due to its versatility but it is full of fruit goodness as is everything from Good Things and a treat to use in this horrendous weather. I like to keep mine in the fridge and then use it with cotton wool in the evening.

The main ingredients in this are Wild Strawberry, Fig, Licorice Extract, Witch Hazel and Bark Extract. It's meant to cleanse pores from inside out, prevent breakouts or if used as a spot treatment can help in healing existing blemishes too. Does it work?

I am little on the fence about it when it comes to it's 'deep pore cleansing' benefits but nonetheless it makes a great water based cleanser if you can't afford or access Bioderma. I say that because it has a similar water based consistency, helps to keep skin matte and oils in control and works fabulously at getting rid of make-up. So once I washed my face with warm water and cleanser and then used this with a cotton wool and I still had make-up left which came off with this. Eeeek! Either this is TOO good at removing last traces of make-up or I really need to improve my face washing skills.

Oh and this smells like a fruit cocktail and is very gentle on sensitive, problematic skin. If you hate astringent based, harsh moisture stripping toners (Hi Clinique, although I do love them) and cleansing waters, you'll love this. I can definitely see this fitting in your skincare regime if you're a teenager on a budget. It's reasonably priced but you can definitely tell the quality of the product hasn't been compromised on.

Retailing for £4.99 for a huge 200ml bottle, a cold bottle of this and a bag of cotton wool is all I need.




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Sheefa. 29. London. Spamming the web with ramblings on hair, eye shadow, skincare & cosmetic hoarding in general since 2008. Grab a cuppa and kick back!
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