When I was packing up all my stuff to move, I realized the ridiculous number of beauty products I hoard. I recently decided to make a conscious effort to use up some of my products. Not necessarily a Project Pan (I don't have enough self-control for that), but just using up more of what I already own. 

  • Benefit They're Real Remover - I actually really liked this remover. It wasn't super oily but it did a great job of getting off all my face makeup. However, the bottle doesn't last that long so I don't think I will be repurchasing because it's a little expensive for not that much product.
  • Sephora Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover - This is another makeup remover that I actually really liked. It was definetaly a bit oily, but the results were amazing. It got all my eye makeup off, even my super water-resistant mascara and eyeliner. 
  • First Aid Beauty Face Cleanser - I've spoken about this face cleanser before and it's pretty much been my go-to cleanser forever. It's light, not oily, fragrance-free, and has a very smooth consistancy. I finished an 8oz and a 2oz, and probably will repurchase after I finish a few more random cleansers I have sitting in my cabinet. 
  • Purity One-Step Facial Cleanser - I also really enjoyed this cleanser! It smells very clean but is not overpowering. It is extremely calming and didn't feel like it striped my skin! I've been breaking out (ughhh), and this cleanser didn't irritate it, but I also don't know how big a difference it actually made. 
  • Secret Invisibly Solid Deodorant in LaLa Lavender - This is just a classic deodorant. The scent was nice, but to be honest, I don't pay too much attention to what deodorants I'm buying; it's usually whatever's on sale. 
  • Clean and Clean Advantage Acne Spot Treatment - I've been using this product for a while now (this was probably my 3rd or 4th repurchase) and I still like it. However, it's not perfect. It seems to work for a little bit and then stop working. I have a few other spot treatments I'm going to try to finish up first and then reassess and figure out what I want to repurchase. If you have any other suggestions for spot treatments, I'd love to hear them!

I know that this wasn't a super long post, but hopefully it will help you guys know what I'm thinking about what products I'll be repurchasing (after I finish up a few more products). If you have any other recommendations (specifically for spot treatments and cleansers, but I'll take anything), I'd love to hear them! 



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