Monday 5 June 2017

Introducing Garnier's New Honey Flower Range

I've been a long time lover of Garnier skincare and you just have to search Garnier on this blog to see just how much. I've always been able to trust them with my skincare and their newest range couldn't have come at a better time for me. I've been suffering with dry skin throughout my pregnancy so far and the new Garnier Naturals Honey Flower range is formulated for dry to very dry skin. I've been giving it a whirl the last few weeks so I'm going to introduce you to the new range...

When visiting the Garnier website, you can choose to shop your products by concern or ingredient where you'll find information on your chosen ingredient and a whole range of products that use them. Honey has been used for centuries as its antibacterial properties, soothing and moisturising benefits and anti-ageing antioxidants make it perfect for the skin. My skin has certainly lapped it up recently. 

Garnier Naturals Honey Flower Cleansing Milk £3.49
I always have a Garnier cleansing milk as a back up in case I ever run out of their micellar water or gel wash. The Honey Flower cleansing milk is made with 96% ingredients of natural origin, all of which are listed on the back of the bottle, the first time I've ever seen this. The milk is gentle but does the job leaving my skin feeling soft and nourished. It's such a basic skincare essential for me.

Garnier Naturals Honey Flower Gel Wash £3.49
The gel washes are one of Garnier's newest products, I bought the micellar gel wash as soon as it appeared on shelves. Arran has swiftly moved it to his skincare stash so I've been hogging the Honey Flower gel wash to myself. I use this in the evening, one pump is all you need to work into skin to create a slight lather before rinsing off with a flannel. I go to bed with squeaky clean skin after using this. 

Garnier Naturals Honey Flower Toner £3.49
I've never been a pro toner fan, to me it's just another step but I have actually been using this because it doesn't irritate my skin or leave it feeling painfully tingly. It smells natural and soothing which I think I find more comforting. I pour some of the toner onto cotton pads and then just wipe away any impurities from my skin. Time will tell if I keep this step up until I have an empty bottle. 

Garnier Naturals Honey Flower Moisturiser £5.99
I have gone through countless tubes of Garnier moisturiser. I find the size so convenient for travelling too. The Honey Flower moisturiser has been my go to recently as the botanical day cream has helped hydrate and nourish my skin so much. Much like the other products in the range, 96% of ingredients are of natural origin and they make such a difference! My skin feels smoother, less dry and more hydrated plus for under £6, you can't really go wrong. 

Have you tried any of Garnier's Skincare before? What are your favourite items?

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