Today we’re talking skincare!
As winter approaches I like to change up my skincare a little as my skin usually gets a little drier then. And a big part of skincare, besides of moisturiser, is the right mask and the right wash.
I’m happy to tell you that I’ve partnered up with Anatomicals and they kindly sent me some products to review.
|Now, if you’ve been here with me for a while you know that I’m not influenced by partnerships and I will always give you my honest opinion on products.
Starting off with some stuff about the brand:
Anatomicals is a funky one which you can tell by only taking a look at the names of the products. They don’t take themselves too seriously but they do take your skin seriously!
It’s a cruelty-free and paraben free brand and they want to ban boring beauty regimes with their funny, colourful packaging.
They are also a Britain based brand!
You’ll also be pleased to know that they are very affordable with prices ranging from only 1,50 to 9 bucks!
- anatomicals – the buff stuff: citrus body scrub
This has become my main shower buddy! The scent is very fresh but not too overpowering. It’s a pink shower gel with some beads that help you exfoliate your skin and make it soft and smooth!
Personally, I have a lot of bumps on my arms and over my knees. I don’t really know what they are as they’re not any kind of acne or so but this stuff has helped me reducing it a lot!
The scrub is also quite soft so it doesn’t damage your skin.
p.s. exfoliating body scrubs also help prevent and eliminate ingrown hairs!
Price point: £4
I got 3 face masks and as they are in this sort of ‘sample packaging’ I would advise you to get a little container with a lid where you can put the mask in because there are at least 2 applications in one bag.
What the masks are supposed to do is not a big secret as it’s printed in bold letters all over the packaging.
My favourite one is probably the Look, you’ve got chocolate all over your face – anti-stress face mask just because it kind of reminds me of my childhood where I did put chocolate all over my face once because I read somewhere that it’d be beneficial for my skin. (Piece of advice: don’t do that)
This mask also smells like chocolate cake batter so that’s a plus! The smell of chocolate will help you reduce stress (even though you should not eat the mask, just enjoy the scent!) and the mask itself is very hydrating and soothing to your skin.
The The hottie tottie is never spotty – anti-blemish face mask is the perfect mask to use if you sense a breakout (for me mostly at ‘that time of the month’) as it’s fighting breakouts and clogged pores by containing kaolin clay and tea tree oil. Sage oil and evening primrose oil calms, soothes and balances your skin so it’s perfect if you have oily skin.
The I feel the need, the need for seaweed – calming algae face mask is basically a blend of mud, algae and some mineral extracts which help you detoxify and soothe your skin. So this is perfect when your skin is acting up a bit and doesn’t really feel like it always does!
Price point: £1.50
Overall, I’m really pleased with these products and I sure will purchase some more. The fact that they are very affordable, cruelty-free and are working proves that you don’t always have to spend a lot of money to get great results. And to be honest, their packaging won my heart with the funky names and the fun colours!
So all that is left to say: Happy masking and happy showering!
Aaaand I’m done! If you happen to have any other questions about this product, don’t hesitate to contact me, I always love to help where I can!
xx nathi 😘