Superdrug Vitamin E Range

After discovering the Superdrug Vitamin E Hot Cloth Cleanser the other day I have a new found obsession with this range. The offer is still on where you can purchase 2 products for £3.99 – so I’m certainly making the most of it. All the things I bought today should be £2.99 each. So what I bought should have come to £11.96 but I paid £7.98, which is pretty good going for 4 products.
I wanted a range of things that were pretty different, I almost opted for the night moisturising cream but the Skin Oil appealed to me slightly more. The Eye Cream is simply because this week I’m having a ‘OH MY GOD I’M 26 IM GETTING OLD’ meltdown. I also got the Face Scrub as a contrast to the Hot Cloth Cleanser and finally the Radiance Moisture Cream as I read online it was a good dupe for MAC Strobe Cream.
So onto the actual products, I’ve just tried all of them and NON have disappointed. The Skin Oil I think maybe I shouldn’t use on a regular basis though. I’m prone to breakouts and something about it being an oil screams to me that it’s gonna cause trouble! However, it’s totally non greasy and absorbed into my skin really fast, you can use it on other areas too, I think it would even work as a hand moisturiser because of how quickly it does soak in. I am finding the instructions on the products could be slightly more detailed but for the price I wasn’t expecting Wordsworth to right a monologue on how best to utilise your cheap and amazing new skin care regime.
Next I tried the face cream (yeah I was a bit wasteful and washed my face so all the oil kind of came off so I could see what the moisturiser was like on its own) It smells amazing. All of this range does, like a light coco butter type smell. It contains light reflecting pigments to instantly make your skin look fresh and dewy. I’ve not tried the MAC Strobe Cream to compare, but if it’s anything like this it must be pretty good! It’s SPF15 as well so perfect for the summer (when it comes) and once again the instructions do lack a bit. I’ll be using it as a base for make up definitely though rather than just ‘rubbing it in’ like the tube says.
The eye cream to ‘match’ the moisturiser is just as lovely. It’s a thicker consistency though but smooths on just as well. Once again with the nice coco-y butter fragrance. It’s left my eyes feeling really fresh and hopefully with continued use will sort out those little wrinkles I’m imagining are there. Ha.
And finally the facial scrub. The consistency of this was a lot runnier than I expected so ended up squirting a tad too much out! A little would have gone a long way. The scrubby stuff is oatmeal, which I found really suiting for the purpose. It’s not too ‘hard’ like the bits in Apricot scrubs and it’s not too ‘soft’ so still scrubs your skin smooth.
Overall I am just so impressed with the range. For the price and quality of the products you really can’t go wrong. I want to try other things in the range but will work through this little lot first. Definitely worth a try if you’ve not yet discovered it!