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Good Things 'Porefectly Clear' Charcoal Range

By Hollysbeautybox @hollysbeautybox

I've used some products from the 'Good Things' range before and have always been impressed so when a few products from the brand came popping through my door from their 'Porefectly Clear' Charcoal Range, I ditched my usual skincare routine for the night and used these straight away.
Good Things 'Porefectly Clear' Charcoal Range So first off, I used the face mask. It was a muddy gray color and didn't really smell of anything. It sat on the skin for about 20 minutes before I rinsed it off.
My skin felt better and cleaner than before I used it, but being honest, I wasn't really blown away with the results. I expected bright, glowy skin and while my skin definitely felt much cleaner after using it, I can't really say it was all that brightening.
I went on to use the Face scrub which has little beads in it to exfoliate the skin. I really liked this. It's rough enough to buff the skin without being so rough that it makes your skin feel tight and sore. After using this, my skin looked brighter. Perhaps using this in combination with the mask was a good combo!
Finally, I used the face wash which is like a thick gel type consistency. It worked really nicely into the skin and I was left with clean, bright skin after using it. I actually used this on it's own the following day to see how it performed, but it didn't really remove all of my makeup so I had to wash my face twice with the same product before using micellar water to get rid of my mascara. To be fair, the product doesn't claim to remove every trace of makeup but it would have been rated higher if it had.
Using the three of these together is a winner. Even using the scrub on it's own is great but the other two products were a little bit disappointing when used on their own. Sob! With that said, the range starts at just £4.99 which is a fraction of the price of many other Charcoal skincare!
Have you ever tried these out? What do you think of the whole 'Charcoal' obsession right now?
H x

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