Some people will have already been paid by today but I have to wait until Friday and I’m definitely feeling the strain this month so I thought I’d share this gem of an offer that I noticed via the lovely Sandra at Beauty Balm. Feel Unique have launched a Pick’n’Mix series where, for £3.95, you can choose five samples per month from a huge selection, and then redeem that against any future order. Essentially, it’s free beauty, and who doesn’t want that at this point in the month (or ever, actually)?
I went for an old favourite, the Laura Geller Tinted Spackle primer in Champagne, which is a lovely hydrating primer with a bit of glow. It’s a tad sparkly on its own but with foundation over the top it adds a really nice radiance. Next up we have two cleansers, the classic Bioderma Sensibio H2O micellar water, which is my favourite micellar, and the relatively new Elemis Nourishing Omega-rich Cleansing Oil. I love a good cleansing oil and I’ll be taking this one with me on my next night away.
Finally I chose the Bioderma Hydrabio Sérum Moisturising Concentrate and the Miller Harris Vetivert Insolent EDP. I’ve been wanting to try the Bioderma for a while, to see if it’s any better for my skin than my beloved Superdrug Simply Pure Hydrating Serum. I prefer the slightly more viscous texture of the Bioderma but I haven’t used it enough to judge whether its as hydrating in the long-term. The Miller Harris, on the other hand, was instant love. I wasn’t able to go to the launch, which was in association with Thirty Plus Blogs, so I’m glad to have finally smelt it. It’s a gorgeous mixture of citrus and smoke, with bergamot, vetivert, tonka bean, and oakmoss, and it’s completely addictive.
Will you be trying out the Pick’n’Mix scheme?
This post isn’t sponsored in any way, I just thought it was a great feature to write about.- Any product marked with an '*' is a PR sample. All reviews are 100% honest regardless of whether I bought the item myself or was sent it. Links may be affiliate, which means that I get a small commission if you use them -