Clean and Clear Morning Energy: I really like using this after washing my face in the morning. I find it really helps stop any oil making a sneaky appearance in the day and stops the shine showing throughout the day.
Garnier Youthful Radiance Night Cream: I bought this cream, then used another, and I missed this so much. It has a nice smell and is just so refreshing. It is nice and thick too, in the way that makes your skin still feel soft and moisturised in the morning.
Garnier Intensive Seven Day Moisturiser: I love this moisturiser. This is my third bottle of the stuff. I wouldn't say that it lasts the seven days, but a good couple. It is quite nice and light weight too, and doesn't transfer onto clothes.
Coconut Milk Hand wash: When on holiday in December I went to the toilets and they had the hand lotion of this in the toilets, and oh my goodness, the smell is amazing. It lasts for ages. I just had to find it. I then found it in Marks and Spencer's for a pound. ONE POUND! So of course I picked up the hand wash too, and this is my second bottle.
Boots Botanics Eye Make Up Remover: Best eye make up remover, ever! Enough said!
I am rather fickle with hair care and switch things up quite a lot, but these two, and my Paul Mitchell Shampoo Two have been bought numerous times. (Stupid me forgot to picture the shampoo, but I have babbled about it quite a lot, here!) I also don't feel these need much more description. They are both amazing!
Max Factor High Definition Mascara: Holy grail mascara. Lengthens, defines and volumenises. What else could you want?
Maybelline Lumi Touch Concealer: Used to use this and then bought something else to try instead. This beat it hands down. I love this concealer for under eyes and my nose. I find it just completely brightens up my face.
Rimmel Match Perfect Cream Gel Foundation: My go to foundation for the few nights out I find myself going on. It has no spf so no dreaded flashback in pictures and is rather thick too. Nice one Rimmel.
Rimmel Pro Coral Romance: I love it. See the story behind it and a dupe in this post.
Real Techniques Blush Brush: I have two of these, one for blush and one for my mineral foundation. I love the shape, I love the size and they are just so darn soft.
No 17 Blending Brush: I have three of these. They are so inexpensive and come in so handy for, yes you guessed it, blending out eye make-up.
I've also, since scheduling this post, re-purchased the Sally Hansen Insta-Dri. Can't imagine not suing it now!
What are your favourite re-purchased items?