johnsons skin care

Johnsons Face Care at Asda

Johnsons is one of my absolute favourite drugstore skin care brands, their products are incredibly situated in price and quality.

To make matters even better, and to help with tight purse strings, I found out that Asda seem to have a continuous offer on all their Johnsons products, my local Asda have definitely been running this for around 18 months now. The offer is pretty penny saving too with any three products for £6.00. I could pretty much buy everything on the shelves and just stocked up for the rest of my life, but I have some self restraint, so I stuck with red things I knew I needed…

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First of all I’ll get the dreaded face wipes out of the way. Some people love them, others hate them and I can sort of see why, but I generally use face wipes to remove my make up initially, usually before I get in the shower, or before I cleanse and tone my face. Sometimes I even use them if I’m feeling really lazy and I just want to go to bed. Don’t judge. I like the Johnsons Make Up Be Gone Moisturising Wipes, they don’t dry out my skin, and they don’t leave a lingering residue afterwards either.

I’ve needed a new day cream for a while, and after completely falling in love with the Johnsons one for normal skin, I went back for another. Except this time they didn’t have the one for normal skin in stock, so I picked up the Nourishing 24h Day Cream for dry skin (SPF 15). There’s not too much difference between the two for me really, maybe because my skin is a bit weather bashed it’s enjoying the dry skin formula at the moment. I will get the lighter one for the summer though, as this cream just keeps my skin feeling soft and cared for.

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Lastly, I grabbed the Daily Essentials Gentle Eye Make Up Removal Pads – I’d heard that they were good for sensitive eyes and my source was right. They remove every last trace of eye make up, without making my eyes uncomfortable and irritated. There’s no fragrance at all to these, and they just feel like cotton pads that have been soaked in water, that’s how sensitive they were to my fussy eyes.

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You can find the whole range of Johnsons face care products in store and online at Asda.

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