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Neil's Yard Haul and Reviews



A month or so ago I had a bit of a splurge in Neil's Yard. My skin was feeling crappy and I felt in a definite need of a updated skincare routine - so I found myself at the till in the Neil's Yard opposite my work on my lunch break, passing over my debit card for pretty much, everything that took my fancy.

I probably spent more than I should have on skincare in one day, however I think it's paid off.
My skin in feeling the benefits, even if my bank balance did not.


The Nourishing Orange Flower Night Cream (£25) - I'm really enjoying using this night cream. It's quite a thick consistency and my skin begins to feel sort of tight when I apply it, which I like, it feels as though it doing something. The scent is also nice, not too over powering. 

Honey & Orange Facial Scrub (£16) - This is my least favourite of the products I purchased. It does the job, however I feel it's a little rough for my sensitive skin and I'm not a fan of the thick texture. 

Orange Flower Facial Oil (£24.75) - I love this oil. It just leaves my skin feeling great.

Orange Flower Daily Moisturiser (£25)  - I really like this, but I do think you can find some high street moisturisers which do a similar job. It's a great product, I just think you don't necessarily need to splash out on a moisturiser, when there are some great ones in the drugstore - however this one is lovely if you do like to spend a little more on your moisturiser

Aromatherapy Room Spray Calming (£17) - As I spent so much, I got a free room spray which is worth £17, which is of course great, and I will be buying this again. I'm really impressed with this room spray, a few sprites around the room and I do strangely feel calmer and less tense. It's not too overpowering, just enough, my only complaint would be is that it does not last very long.


With the majority of these bits I have gone for products which are aimed at people with dry skin (besides the room spray obviously, and the scrub),  and I can clearly see how the condition of my skin has improved after using them for just a few months. My skin is a lot less dry and dehydrated.

Plus the packaging is so lovely and luxurious on all of the Neil's Yard products, they look so pretty on your dressing table, which is a really positive for me.

I'm so pleased with all my Neil's Yard buys, and it's a brand I will d be going back to, to either repurchase some of these bits or see what else they have to offer me. 

What's your go to skincare brand?

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