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Here comes another batch of empties. See I told ya that I”m keeping up with this series. Post as I may. No rush, only when able.

One great drugstore find is this Take It Off Makeup Remover from Hard Candy. At less than $6, it performs just the same as Urban Decay’s Melt Down at fraction of the cost.

Skindinavia Makeup Finishing Spray is one of my must-haves. It’s a lightweight mist that helps my makeup last throughout the day. I spritz my face with this, let it dry, and then off I go!

I said it before and I’d say it again, Burt’s Bees is my go-to drugstore brand for skincare. This Radiance Facial Cleanser has a milky consistency and it leaves my face feeling smooth and firm. Too bad because it was out of my stock when I was at CVS (Long’s) the other day.

Jurlique is one of my faves in the high-end-slash-natural skincare category. This Balancing Foaming Cleanser has a distinct citrus scent which makes it a nice facial wash in the morning!

It’s my first time to try First Aid Beauty. I got this facial radiance pads (7 pads) as freebie from Sephora.  While it’s safe for sensitive skin, I don’t like that each cotton pad is heavily soaked- waste not want not!

What are your current empties?


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5 thoughts on “New Empties Again!

  • finally i don't see to empty mines.

  • I have been curious about the Burt's Bees cleanser. I have been using their Sensitive Eye Cream and like it.

    I love that you found a dupe for UD! I was surprised by how good Hard Candy's products have been.

  • Nice post, I'm planning to post my empties in the beginning of the June 🙂 Though I've never done that before.
    I've read so many good reviews about Skindinavia finishing spray recently, I want to get one for myself 🙂

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