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I’m back with another skincare review and this time it’s all about Facetheory. I was recently sent three products from Facetheory to try out and they also gave me an exclusive 30% off discount code for my followers too, which I’ll talk more about later in the post. Their products are made in the UK and are 100% vegan, and cruelty-free and they’re also free of parabens, silicones, PEGs, SLS, SLES, and mineral oils. Here’s what I think about the products I’ve tried so far…
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Facetheory are a vegan and cruelty-free brand and their products are made in the UK. They’re all about making simple but effective beauty products that don’t cost an arm and a leg and they‘re also free of parabens, silicones, PEGs, SLS, SLES, and mineral oils too. I reviewed some of their products on my blog last year which you can check out here and they recently got in touch again and asked if I wanted to try out some more products from the brand. So here are my thoughts on the three products that I’ve been trying out… 

A Facetheory Review

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I’ve recently been trying out some more skincare products from Facetheory and I thought it was time to share my thoughts on the three products I’ve been using. If you haven’t heard of Facetheory before then you should definitely check them out. They are a UK-based vegan and cruelty-free brand that sells skincare, body care and makeup and they’re all about making simple but effective beauty products that don’t cost an arm and a leg. They‘re also free of parabens, silicones, PEGs, SLS, SLES, and mineral oils. I have reviewed other products from them before which you can check out here
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Stripping back your skincare routine to the bare essentials can sometimes help reset your skin, especially if you’ve been using a lot of products containing active ingredients or have had an allergic reaction. I also tend to strip back my skincare routine to just the essentials on lazy days or sick days so in today’s post I wanted to share my go-to skincare products for those days. 

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PMD Beauty skincare gadgets have had a firm place in my skincare routine for the past couple of years. However, when it comes to owning multiple skincare gadgets, I definitely feel like you end up using some more than others and one of the devices I have stuck to using is the PMD Clean. So I was obviously excited when got the opportunity to try out the latest PMD Clean device, the PMD Clean Acne RRP £209* which is described as a smart facial cleansing device that uses SonicGlow™ Technology ensuring a deep, daily cleanse. The PMD Clean Acne also utilises blue light therapy treatments for mild to moderate acne.

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I’ve chosen six products that I would highly recommend picking up if you have an oily skin type. My skin kind of goes between being oily and then combination (an oily T-zone and fairly normal elsewhere), it usually switches between the different skin types depending on a range of things such as seasonal changes, hormones and diet. These six products help to keep the oiliness at bay without making my skin feel stripped or overworked with active ingredients. Some of the products mentioned are ones that I’ve used for a few years now and some of them I’ve discovered just this year. 

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I haven’t done a favourites post for a few months so I thought it was time that I shared some of the things that I’ve been loving recently. I’ve discovered a hair care range that I’m obsessed with, a new Switch game that I can’t put down, a face moisturiser that’s perfect for oily skin, especially during the warmer months as well as a couple of rediscoveries too.

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