The Most Popular Beauty Products In The World


Today the Daily Mail announced the five most popular beauty products in the world. My immediate thought was to share this with you and see if 1. you agree and 2. you’ve tried any of them. So, here they are – the five most popular beauty products in the world:

1. Maybelline Great Lash – They say a tube is sold every two seconds globally (although that has probably changed a bit now) and is loved by celebrities, thanks to the fact that it gives users ‘long, fluttery lashes’ without any clumps AND is only £5.99.

2. Welda Skin Food – I’ve heard some really great things about this nourishing treatment for the whole body. Apparently, reams of A-listers swear by this product and it’s only £12.95! It’s an intensive moisture cream that is deep-penetrating and ideal for use on dry/rough skin and for added winter protection. I first heard about this on the Fat Mascara podcast. and let’s face it Jen and Jess have tried EVERYTHING – they know what’s good! (I might get this soon, let me know if you’d like a review).

3. Go-To Transformazing sheet masks – This one was a bit of a surprise to me. I haven’t really put Go-To in the must have category and so didn’t think it would be on here. I haven’t tried anything from this brand, founded by former beauty editor and guru Zoe Foster-Blake, and so will reserve judgment until I do. The ingredient list seems to have a few good ones in there but my main concern is how much of those ingredients does your skin soak up with only a few uses of a sheet mask? Have you tried these masks? Let me know what you think if you have.

4. Bioderma Micellar Water – An absolute classic and must have in my opinion. It hydrates and removes make-up like nothing else! When I first started micellar water my whole perspective on skincare changed because I realized how easy it is to protect your skin. This is what micellar water affords you – convenience without comprising the health of your skin. If you still use wipes to remove your make-up try this instead – you won’t go back. The bottles also last ages if you’re wondering or try this Garnier one for a cheaper alternative.

5. Triology Rosehip Oil – This one was another shocker for me, because there are so many choices of rosehip oil out there and I had never thought of Triology as a must have brand. This one may be a direct result of the increasing interest in the clean beauty movement. Rosehip oil is rich in essential fatty acids and antioxidants, which are integral for tissue and cell regeneration in the skin. It also helps to reduce scars and fine lines so it’s definitely worth trying. It’s £19.35 for a 20 mL.

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