|Clean & Clear Deep action daily scrub | Clearasil Vitamins & Extracts Daily Wash | Garnier Dark Spot Corrector Night Treatment | St. Ives Blemish Control Green Tea Scrub | St. Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub|
Clean & Clear Deep Action Daily Scrub - $5.99
I purchased this during Priceline's 40% off skincare sale. I was looking for a new scrub that wasn't too harsh on the skin and this looked like it would be gentle as you can use it daily. This product is recommended to be used twice daily but I personally wouldn't use it everyday maybe 2 to 3 times a week to avoid your skin drying out and won't be stripped of its natural oils. This scrub claims to be oil free and doesn't clog pores.
Clearasil Daily Clear Vitamins & Extracts Daily Wash
I didn't purchase this product but in fact won it in a giveaway. I can't find this product online so not really sure what the price is but I'm sure that you can buy this from Priceline. I've heard quite a bit about this face wash online so I was pretty excited when I found out that I won. This face wash contains avocado and pomegranate extracts. Avocado extracts is known for its nourishing properties while pomegranate extract is an antioxidant that helps keep skin looking healthy. I haven't tried this yet as I have many other cleansers to get through but it does smell amazing though.
Garnier Dark Spot Corrector Night Treatment - $14.99
Since I absolutely love the original Garnier Dark Spot Corrector I decided to pick this up to see how it would compare. I have only used this for 3 nights so I'm not sure what my thoughts are on this product yet. The product has a really strong alcohol scent which I find really distasteful. I get a really weird feeling when I know I'm applying chemicals onto my face (is that just me?).
St. Ives Blemish Control Green Tea Scrub - $5.99
After hearing Ingrid (missglamorazzi) rave about this in a favourites video I just had to pick it up. The RRP is $9.99 but I purchased this during the 40% off skincare sale that Priceline had going on so I only paid $5.99 for this scrub. I have used this product a few times and to be completely honest it hasn't blown me away and I probably wouldn't repurchase. I'm not a huge fan of the smell but I don't particularly hate it. The actually particles of the scrub is much smaller than previous scrubs that I have tried.
St. Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub - $5.99
This is a repurchase for me as I truly love this scrub. Unlike the green tea scrub the particles in this are larger and I feel like it exfoliates the skin better. I adore the scent. It is recommended to be used 3 to 4 times a week for best results. This is probably my HG scrub. If you would like a comparison between the green tea and apricot scrub be sure to let me know I'll be more than happy to do so.
|L'Oreal Elvive Total Repair 5 Masque | Clinicare Nano-moisture Control Masque | Garnier Fructis Fortifying Deep Conditioner 3 Minute Masque | Herbal Essences Long Term Relationship Split End Protector Mask|
L'Oreal Elvive Total Repair 5 Masque - $4.00
When I was browsing the aisles at my local Target I realised that there was a lot of clearance price tags on the majority products in the hair aisle. I think my Target was clearing at their old hair products. I had my eye on this for a while but never got around to buying it. When I saw that the price tag was $4 I thought why the hell not. L'oreal claims that this hair masque will restore hair, make your locks stronger, leave hair silky to touch with a healthy shine. I have used this once so I haven't seen any difference so far. So I will continue to use it and hopefully review it soon.
Clinicare Nano-moisture Control Masque - $1.20
I picked this up during Priceline's 40% off haircare sale a few weeks ago. I haven't heard anything about this hair masque so I was intrigued. My hair is extremely dry and damaged, so I was hoping this product would bring some hydration to my lifeless hair as this product is for dehydrated and rebellious hair. This leaves my hair feeling nice and silky soft and my hair isn't dry as it was before.
Garnier Fructis Fortifying Deep Conditioner 3 Minute Masque - $4.00
The green packaging caught my eye while I was at The Reject Shop. I normally wouldn't buy beauty related things from The Reject Shop but when I saw the price tag I thought it was a bargain. Out of all the hair masks I hauled I've used this the most, I think it's because of the amazing scent that I absolutely love.
Herbal Essences Long Term Relationship Split End Protector Mask - $2.00
It was my birthday in August so I was gifted a $5 voucher from Priceline. I wasn't sure what to get and honestly just wanted to spend it on anything, I didn't really mind. I used my $5 voucher on this and a hand cream which will be shown in the second part of this collective haul. As you can see I haven't even opened the plastic around it so I'm not sure what the colour, consistency and scent is. But I'm sure the smell would be heavenly as it is Herbal Essences.
TRESemme Thermal Heat Tamer Protection Spray - $3.99
I have repurchased this several times before, I'm sure everyone has heard of it, this product had been mentioned by You-tubers and bloggers so many times. I like the mist it gives when I spray it into my hair and I feel like it evenly covers a big section of my hair then the sprays that make a section of my hair soaking wet with the product and other sections having no product. I picked this up when TRESemme was half price at Priceline before the 40% off haircare sale.
Schwarzkopf Deep Nutrition Instant Repair Leave- In Treatment - $4.80
I purchased this product and the next two hair products for 40% off from Priceline. As I mentioned before my hair is extremely damaged. I haven't tried much Schwarzkopf products before, but I bought this leave-in treatment mainly because it claims to nourish hair, repair hair damage and refills gaps in the hair cuticles. Haven't tried this yet so I can really say if it does exactly that.
Garnier Fructis Nutri-Repair 3 Instant Renewal Rinse Out Treatment - $4.17
This treatment contains three different oils Olive oil, Avocado oil and Shea oil. Olive oil gives the hair a healthy shine, avocado oil restores softness and shea oil gives the hair a silky feel. Garnier says that this treatment is enriched with 3 weightless fruit oils that instantly penetrates the hair fibre to deeply nourish and repair. Once again I haven't tried this product yet. I can't find this product on the Priceline website but I'm sure you can buy it for $6.95.
Garnier Fructis Sleek and Shine 72H Heat Protection Leave-In Cream - $4.79
Besides my hair being dry and damaged it is crazy frizzy, which is why I use heat on my hair almost daily. This product is for thick, dry and frizzy hair- I think my hair ticks all of those boxes. I picked this up because its a heat protection cream but is also suppose to make you hair sleek and shiny for up to 72 hours. This cream contains keratin, phytokeratin and argan oil. I have used this product one and found that it didn't do anything to keep my frizz out bay and if you use to much product it can make your hair feel greasy and oily. My hair normally soaks products up like there's no tomorrow so I can apply lots of products without the fear of it being oily but with this product it did unfortunately make my hair greasy. So next time when I use this product I'm only going to apply a tiny bit- which is hard for me as I have a delusional theory that the more you apply the better it works.
TRESemme Keratin Smooth Heat Protection Shine Spray - $5.99
I admit I bought this product because I saw the TV ad so many times. This is pricier than the other TRESemme heat protectant and I feel that it did exactly the same thing. All I can say is that I absolutely love the scent. It smells AMAZING.
|L'Oreal Elnett Satin Normal Strength Mini Hairspray | L'Oreal Ever Sleek Frizz Taming Creme Serum | Clinicare Frizz Defying Serum Concentrate Leave On Treatment | Agania Hair Oil|
L'Oreal Elnett Satin Normal Strength Mini Hairspray - $4.99
There were many mixed reviews on this hairspray so I decided to pick it up to try for myself. This hairspray is supposedly doesn't make the hair have that crunchy feeling that most hair sprays tend to give hair. Most people also say that the smell is simply horrible. I haven't tried it yet so I can't support these claims. There are different type of holds. I bought the smaller size just in case I didn't like it, but it also comes in a bigger 400ml can.
L'Oreal Ever Sleek Sulfate Free Smoothing System Frizz Taming Creme Serum - $14.99
I've been on the search for the perfect frizz taming serum. I enjoy using the L'Oreal Elvive Smooth Intense Serum so I thought why not try this aswell. This is silicone free and controls frizz for 48 hours. This isn't much different to the Smooth Intense one as the results are fairly the same but the texture and smell is different. What I didn't like was the sticky feeling it gave my hands after use. This also doesn't weight down my hair. As you can see I've used more than half of the bottle already.
Clinicare Frizz Defying Serum Concentrate - $1.20
Just like the hair mask this was also $2. Like I said before I'm on the search for the perfect frizz taming serum. I was thinking of doing a most comparing all of the frizz serums that I've used so far.
Agania Hair Oil
I haven't heard anything about this hair oil. I got this from Big W I don't remember for how much but it was between $10-$15 I think. To be honest I mainly bought this product because of the colour of the packaging. I think this product is made in New Zealand not completely sure.
Sorry that this post is so damn long. Leave me comment below telling me if you've tried any of these products and if you liked it or not. Also tell me if you prefer longer haul post or short, straight to the point type of posts.