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Sephora Smiling Skincare – Green

So far, we looked at a few products from the Coral and Blue range. Now we are onto the Green range from the Sephora Smiling Skincare Collection; cleansers, exfoliators and masks.
From this range I got the Instant Refreshing Toner and Soothing Cleansing Milk. They come in dinky little 50ml bottles, really handy for travelling and the packaging is cute, bonus!
The Soothing Cleansing Milk is pleasant to apply and the bottle is one of those squeezable ones, so you can get out as much product as you want. It lives up to its name in that it is quite soothing and effectively removes makeup. It smells very faintly like mild aftershave, which is weird but not off-putting. What I like about it is once you are finished cleansing, there is no trace of the product, no greasy feeling left on your skin!
The Instant Refreshing Toner is really gorgeous. It’s alcohol free so very pleasant to apply, not at all harsh or drying and leaves your skin feeling clean and refreshed. It has ended up in my travel bag for Dubai this week, that’s how good it is!
Both of these retail for a supremely bargaineous 1.80 BD (3.3euro/AED17)!!
I forgot to mention last time that if you are based in Europe and not near a Sephora you can order from, woohoo!
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  • Reply Sarah

    >Being the complete make-up novice that I am, I have no real clue what toner does, is this something you should apply after removing make-up, or generally at the end of the day? (and what does it actually do?) I am seriously considering a trip to sephora the next time in in city/seef mall as these products seem to cheap to miss out on!

    April 20, 2011 at 6:58 am
  • Reply Steph says...

    >Right, I know I sound like a right div, but I have never bought something online that isn't from the UK or at ;east sold in GBP. How do I buy something from a foreign site, such a Sephora. Do I just buyt it on my debit card, and the GBP equivalent is paid or do I have to do some fancy stuff?
    Steph x

    April 20, 2011 at 9:38 am
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