Bright Here, Bright Now

Sunday, 30 January 2011

I have always been very unsure of trying 'drugstore' skincare. I've sort of been brain washed to think that only the expensive brands are good. Although a lot of the cheaper brands DO have a lot of rubbish and chemicals in them, there are some that don't.

I saw a review of this product on YouTube and thought I'd try it out. It is Soap & Glory Bright Here, Bright Now energy balm. It sort of feels like a thick moisturizer and I have been applying it after my primer and before my foundation. I  don't wear it everyday, but for the days when I feel extra rough and tired, this product is great. It is supposed to give you a sort of glow and brighten up your face. I really like how it applies and how it feels on my skin... but I wasn't sure if it was actually doing anything. But then I realized that this week I have received way more compliments from my friends than usual... so I guess it works! It is £10. Now I am very tempted to try some other Soap & Glory products! Anyone recommend any?


I have had a mental weekend and am exhausted, so this will definitely come in use Monday morning!!

Thank you for all your lovely comments on my graduation dress. I can't wait to wear it again, I love it!

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8 comments:

  1. I have quite a lot of Soap & Glory products and all are incredible (apart from one, Hair Supply, which is actually rubbish) my favourite product is 'Scrub your nose in it' - the best face scrub in the world and I recommend it to everyone! It's not for everyday use though but it does make your face glow after you use it. I've been wanting to check out 'Bright Here, Bright Now' so thanks for your review :) xx

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  2. Ive been meaning to try this! Great blog girl :)

    The Flower Girl

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  3. Thanks for the great tip, might give this a try!! xx

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  4. i love soap and glory so will have to give this a try at some stage =)


    Bow Dream Nation xx

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  5. Soap and glroy are amazing! I've been using the 'face soap and clarity' face wash along with the 'clear here' moisturiser for about 2 weeks and my skin has improved amazingly :) The body stuff is also amazing, especially the 'Righteous body butter lotion' :)

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  6. The Hand Food is really good! And The Scrub of Your Life I really like. It's sticky so the srub doesn't just blob off into the tub in expensive cakes. And the scrub smells great!

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  7. I am keen to try this now. I have loads of soap and glory stuff including their make up range. All excellent! I use the Fab Pore Hot Cloth Cleanser at night to take off my make up and it is lovely. It really makes your face feel clean and fresh and not irritated or tight and I get all these things with most wash products. I also have the Catch a Wrinkle in Time moisturiser which is lovely, sinks in well and make your face feel very soft. Still deciding if I still prefer my benefit moisturiser. It leaves your face with a lovely glow that comes through your foundation beautifully. It's so expensive though. May I should try the Bright Here product from S & G or the Hocus Focus which also looks good.

    I recommend their make up range. Particularly the blush range and the eyeshadows. They are amazing!!! Oh and the eyeliner pen is Ali great and easy to use. I'm a complete clutz with liquid eyeliner and even I can make a straight line with this pen!

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  8. I use a lot of soap and glory products, after getting hooked on the "greatest scrub of all". I can recommend "catch a wrinkle in time" as a light moisturiser if you're like me and want to avoid anything too oily or heavy. However, the product which I've just discovered and am IN LOVE WITH is this: http://www.soapandglory.com/products/skincare/scrubs-masks/no-clogs-allowed-trade it's a self heating mask which leaves your face so clean and fresh and soft it's amazing...just go get some!

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