I didn’t end up using too many products this month, but I still thought it was worth doing a quick little post on my May empties, so here we go!
Equate Beauty Oil-Free Eye Makeup Remover
I’ve used this many times before, and I think it does a pretty good job of removing my makeup, even stubborn mascara. However, I’ve recently tried a new eye makeup remover from Maybelline, the waterproof version of Clean Express! line, and I find that I like that much better. I’ve used it for a few weeks now, and I think it removes stubborn makeup more easily than this Equate one, and both are great values for the price.
Soap & Glory Clean On Me Creamy Moisture Shower Gel Crème
This stuff is great! It’s very moisturizing and creamy, as the name suggests, and it has a light clean scent to it, similar to the Hand Food Hydrating Hand Cream I also have from this brand. I feel like it does a good job of just making me feel clean, and I really like how it smells. Once I run out of my other soap in the shower, I’ll maybe look into getting the full-size version of this.
Origins GinZing Refreshing Eye Cream to Brighten and Depuff
I liked this eye cream but I didn’t love it. I used it in the morning before moisturizer, and I did feel like it brightened my undereye are because it had almost like a pearlescent quality to it, but I didn’t think it helped depuff at all. It’s not like I have super puffy undereyes, but if I got less sleep than usual, you could definitely tell and I don’t think this product helped as much as it claimed it would. I don’t think I’ll be getting the full-size version of this anytime soon, but it was nice to try something from the Origins brand, as I’ve heard a lot of great things about it.
Sephora Instant Nail Polish Remover
I’ve included this in my favorites posts in the past, and it’s just so good. I’ve had this one for probably like seven or eight months I think, and now it’s starting to get kind of blah. I know that you can just pour acetone nail polish remover in here and it will revitalize it in a way, but I don’t have any of that at home right now. So I think I’ll just stick with the regular nail polish remover and some cotton pads, at least for now, but I really do think this is a great product that everyone should try. It removes stubborn, stuck nail polish, especially glitter polish, very quickly and with less mess than maybe normal nail polish remover in a bottle and a cotton ball or pad.