A few weeks ago, I shared the makeup bargains from Postie+. Today, I have some Beauty Formula products that you can also get from Postie+ for $5 or less. If you’re after affordable skincare bits then this brand is something you should check out.
So I was kindly sent 6 products from Beauty Formulas to try and I was really excited for these.
I want to start with the Charcoal Clay Mask first because I already had a tube of it that I’m currently using. I’ve bought this mask a while back and I’ve liked using it. It’s not too harsh on my face and it never broke me out. I like the tube packaging too because it’s less messy and it’s easy to get the product out.
This mask is $5 so it’s probably the most affordable mask in a big tube .
I’ve only ever tried the Garnier Micellar Water before this Beauty Formulas Micellar Cleansing Water so I can only compare the two. So far, I’ve found that this one is more effective at getting rid of makeup especially eyeliner and mascara. I don’t know if it means this is harsher than the Garnier one but this hasn’t irritated my skin. It also says it’s for sensitive skin and fragrance free but to be honest, there is still a scent to this and I don’t mind it. For $5, I think this is pretty good.
I love foot masks so I was glad that this was in the package too. This isn’t one of the peeling foot masks that I’m keen to try but this is refreshing and my feet felt really soft and smooth after.
My tip with foot masks is to put socks on top so you’re not walking around with these plastic things and it keeps them secure as well. This foot mask is $4.
This Anti-Wrinkle Eye Gel patches is good for 3 uses and for $5, this is so cheap. This is meant to reduce appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. I’m quite lucky that I don’t have a lot of fine lines or noticeable wrinkles yet and I thank my Asian genes for this. However, I’m all for preventing it too.
When I opened the package from Postie+, I was overwhelmed with the amount of products inside but one of the products I was happy to receive was this Tea Tree pore strips. I ran out of pore strips and really wanted more.
This pack has 6 strips for $4 so you can’t beat the value for money. It works quite well and it is really satisfying for me when I see all the gunk after I do a pore strip. I will definitely repurchase this again. I just used a pore strip last weekend and it was so good at getting everything. It was oddly satisfying looking at a pore strip afterwards.
I found this Collagen Essence Facial Mask quite soothing and it left my face feeling soft afterwards. Most masks I’ve used just have holes on the eyes but this mask also had the extra bit on the eyes so you can be in full relaxation mode with your eyes covered too if you want. For $4, you can’t really go wrong with this.
If you’re after some pampering beauty products that won’t break the bank, head over the Postie+. I’ve tried all of the above and I liked them all. I will continue to use the charcoal mask, tea tree pore strips and micellar cleansing water for sure and I will consider repurchasing these products too.
If you’ve tried any of the products above, let me know what you thought of them.