Sunday, 19 June 2016

Disappointing Products #3.

It's been a while since I did a disappointing products posts and although I don't want to find disappointing products, along the way of trying new things, you discover that some products just don't work for you. So today I thought I'd share with you the disappointing products that I have discovered over these past couple of months and although they didn't work for me, they might work you.

*Richard Ward The Chelsea Collection Anti-Ageing Argan Shampoo - At first, I thought this shampoo was really nice, I thought my hair felt softer and it felt clean and I was really happy with the results. But the more I used it, the more I noticed how greasy my hair became, to the point where my hair just didn't feel clean anymore and it constantly felt disgusting. Now I naturally have greasy hair but I didn't think this shampoo would do anything other than to just nourish my hair but I was wrong. RRP: £5.99 but Waitrose currently have an offer on for £3.99. Although not an expensive shampoo, I wouldn't repurchase this.  On a positive, the packaging was quite nice.

*Richard Ward The Chelsea Collection Anti-Ageing Argan Conditioner - I had the same problem with this conditioner as I did the shampoo, even though I used the smallest amounts. I tried everything to discover why my hair was feeling the way it was but it was just the shampoo and conditioner. My hair just didn't like the product. Again the RRP is £5.99 but Waitrose currently have an offer on for £3.99. Again not an expensive conditioner but I wouldn't repurchase this product. On a positive, the packaging was quite nice.

*BeautyUK lips matter velvet matte lip creams - I am so sad, that I was disappointed with these products because I really wanted to love them. I absolutely loved the packaging and I love the brand Beauty UK so much. I was kindly sent the shades No.8 that'll peach you and no.2 radical red. I loved the names of the products, the packaging and even the colour range but the products themselves just weren't my favourite. Now I'm not really into matte products because I hate the drying feeling and these products were so drying on my lips. The colours were gorgeous but I just sadly don't like the formulation. The staying power was good although my lips got so dry, they were really sore and so after a while I took the products off. If Beauty UK released a more sheer or glossy lip creams then I think they would be perfect. At £3.99, they are so affordable and if I liked the formulation I would have definitely purchased more of the range.
*Fair Squared Coconut Body Lotion - Again, I really wanted to love this product but it just wasn't for me. I love Coconut and I love the scent of coconut and I just couldn't smell any of it in this product. The product wasn't very thick either which some people would like but I prefer more thicker body lotions but that is just down to personal preference. I did love the fact the product was fairtrade and the brand as a whole was lovely, I just didn't like this product very much. This product retails at 12 euros 99 which converts to around £10, so it isn't the most expensive body lotion but I personally wouldn't buy it.
*Fake Bake Skin Dluxe Dream Skin Cleansing Melt Nourishing Facial Cleanser - Well what a mouthful that product is. Again, I was so sad that I didn't like this product because I think Fake Bake's tan is amazing. Sadly this cleanser just isn't for me, it left my skin feeling greasy and I just didn't like the consistency of this product. It didn't get all the make up off my face and so I had to use additional products. I liked that it had natural ingredients in it but it just wasn't for me. At £15.00, it's not the cheapest of cleanser and I just sadly didn't like it.
So there are all my recent disappointing products. What products have you found disappointing recently?

*DISCLAIMER: These products were sent for review purposes only. This does not influence my opinions or views in any way. My views and opinions are 100% honest.

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