Top 5: Priceline Skincare favourites

Top 5: Priceline Skincare favourites

These are my current favourite skincare items from Priceline, perfect to bring your skin back to life as winter is ending.

Priceline is possibly my favourite store in Australia. They sell everything from makeup, skincare, haircare to vitamins, toiletries and all the necessities you can think of. They regularly have sales and hopefully my favourite products will help you decide what to buy in the next sale.

From left to right:

  • Nivea Sensitive 3 in 1 Micellar Cleansing Water
  • Sukin Super Greens Detoxifying Facial Scrub
  • Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask
  • Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil
  • Nuxe Baume Levres Ultra-Nourishing Lip Balm

 

Nivea Sensitive 3 in 1 Micellar Cleansing Water

I've tried other micellar water products before, but to my surprise, the Nivea brand is my favourite. Micellar water generally gets my makeup off really well, but my skin feels a bit dry and uncomfortable afterwards. Not with this one! It does a really good job at removing most of my makeup (I don't trust one product alone to remove it all), and my skin feels totally fine afterwards.
There has been a few nights that I've come home from work completely exhausted, and just used this Nivea Micellar Water to quickly take off my makeup before hitting the pillow. My skin is in reasonable condition in the morning too, especially considering I haven't moisturised or anything else.
This costs $9.99 at Priceline, it's so cheap and such a life saver.

 

Sukin Super Greens Detoxifying Facial Scrub

I'm very fussy with exfoliators. I avoid ones with microbeads (they're so bad for the environment!!) or anything too rough. This Sukin scrub is the perfect in between. It's quite gentle for an exfoliator, but that means it can be used more than once a week and it's hard to over exfoliate with it.
It has a creamy texture and is described as "a blend of kale, spirulina and parsley promote a healthy, glowing complexion while jojoba beads and bamboo gently exfoliate the skin."
This exfoliator isn't anything fancy and doesn't do any magical instant fixes to the skin, but I really like it as a basic go-to exfoliator. 
It costs $12.99, so it won't break the budget. Plus, the Sukin brand is cruelty-free and vegan, which seems to be becoming an increasingly popular choice lately.

 

 

 

Antipodes Aura Manuka Honey Mask

I'm just going to start by saying that I can't live without this mask. From the moment I open the tube, I just know I'm going to enjoy the next 15 minutes.
The main ingredient in this mask is Manuka honey. Manuka honey is from New Zealand and it's so good for the skin because it's anti-inflammatory and super hydrating. You can google the benefits of it if you want to learn about it more in depth, but the bottom line is that it's amazing for the skin.
This may be one of my favourite masks of all time. I tend to live this on for a lot longer than 15 minutes, and when I wash it off, my skin feels soooo soft and hydrated.
I literally don't think I can live without this. If I was stranded on a desert island, this might be the one beauty product I take with me.
This costs $48.99, but I was lucky enough to buy it in a 40% off sale. I recommend getting in quick during those sales though, because this sells out fast!

 

Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil

This is probably the only skincare item that I've continuously repurchased over the last few years. I can't even count how many bottles I've been through.
I like to use this at night and sometimes in the morning too. I use it under moisturiser and it just adds a boost of hydration.
I stopped using this for a few weeks once, and even tried a couple of other different brands of rosehip oils, but I could tell they weren't as good. My skin looked terrible without this one. This has helped fade my PIH scarring, calm redness, plump up my skin and give me an overall glow. 
If you have oily skin, don't be afraid to put oil on. This may even help reduce your oily skin because when skin is dehydrated it can produce excess oil. 
As a bonus, you can mix a drop into foundation to make it more dewy.
This costs $25.99+ depending on what size you buy, and if it's the basic one or the Antioxidant + one (I haven't noticed much a difference between either)

 

Nuxe Baume Levres Ultra-Nourishing Lip Balm

This is probably the most expensive lip balm I've ever bought, but it's worth it.
No other lip balm comes remotely close at softening my lips like this. I feel like I have eternally dry lips, but not with this!
I really notice a difference when I put it on at night before bed, then wake up with such soft lips in the morning.
The only thing I don't like is that it's a pot that I have to stick my fingers in. 
This cost $19.99, which is expensive for a lip balm. Luckily I bought this on sale, but I think it's worth the price tag.

 

What are your favourite skincare items from Priceline?? I always want to try new products, you never know when you'll find something even better :)

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