Friday, 22 August 2014

First look at First Aid Beauty Products

Mood: Refreshed
Listening to: Love Runs Out- OneRepublic

Hello beautiful bloggers,
Although I may have been lacking in beauty posts the last few months it certainly hasn't stopped me from buying new ones, trying and testing them and planning blog posts. Out of them all, I was most excited to plan and post this blog post as I've really been enjoying using these products.

So two products have recently come to my attention and after doing my research online, I decided to splash out and try them as I've read so many great reviews. The products I'm talking about are from a brand called First Aid Beauty, I had never heard of the this brand previously so I was curious whether to try their product s or not. Fortunately for me, I went with my gut instinct (and great online reviews) and purchased them. The first of the two is a Skin Rescue Deep Cleanser with Red Clay and the second is the Skin Rescue Purifying Mask with Red Clay. Both skincare items are from their Skin Rescue range which is said to detoxify the skin.

Pretty simple packaging

What drew me to these products first of all was the deep red colour of them, obviously from the red clay used within them. After doing a little research I found out that Red Clay is great for brightening the skin and is fantastic for absorbing extra oils in your skin. So it's a great product if you have oily skin (don't panic, it's also pretty amazing if you have combination, sensitive or problem prone skin.)

Look a bit like Ketchup here!
I'll start off by talking a bit about the Deep Cleanser. Like I said previously it has a wonderful red colour to it and it's a gooey gel consistency. It's quite sticky compared to other gel cleansers I've used but it's something you will get used to after a few uses. Another great thing about the cleanser is that it slightly foams when you circle it on your face and I feel like it really works into my skin and removes any make-up giving it a deep cleanse. The cleanser also says it unclogs pores and reduces the size of them, which is an additional benefit to a fantastic product.


Now, moving on to the second product; the purifying mask. What I really love about this mask is the fact it's peel off. There is nothing more satisfying after waiting 20 minutes for the mask to dry just to peel it off. Just like the cleanser it's gel based and it tightens pores and controls the extra oils in your skin. But because of the deep cleansing of this product I would limit the use of it probably to once a week just because it's okay to let your skin have some of its natural oils in it. I've really enjoyed using both products together and it really does make a difference to your skin pretty much straight away.

Peel off Mask

Another thing I adore about these products is that they don't use any harsh chemicals, colours or parabens. These things can actually do more damage than good to your skin, so it's nice knowing with these skin products they'll actually do you skin good.

One little flaw to the product is the price, I know everyone can't afford to splash out on beauty items all the time so maybe if they do interest you it's worth putting it on your birthday /Christmas present list. 
I purchased both from FeelUnique.com at full price but now they're currently on sale.
Cleanser- £14.40 (original price £18.00)
Mask- £17.60 (original price £22.00)

I hope you enjoyed my review of the products and let me know if you've tried any of the other products by First Aid Beauty.

Love from Bethan

xox

21 comments:

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  2. I have a couple things from FAB and they are great products, definitely worth the spend!

    CassandraMyee | NZ Beauty Blog

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    1. I agree, definitely worth splashing out if the product is AH-mazing!

      xox

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  3. These look great! Super intrigued by the red gel haha x

    britishmermaid.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Haha, I was the same before I bought them!

      xox

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  4. I have never used red gel before! Only black one from Japanese product. However, this purifying mask looks very good! x

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    1. They are really great products :)

      xox

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  5. i love first aid beauty. i got their radiance pads recently and love their oatmeal mask too :)

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    1. The oatmeal mask sounds lovely! May have to try it.

      xox

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  6. I want to try these! I really love the colour of them. I have oily and spot prone skin, so I think that they would be amazing for me!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style, Beauty and Lifestyle Blog

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    1. Yeah, the red clay would be amazing for your skin type :)

      xox

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  7. These both sound amazing, the ketchup like appearance wouldn't put me off lol x

    LauraThinksAbout

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    1. It didn't put me off either and I despise tomato ketchup haha.

      xox

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  8. First time visits here, nice blog and sharing, I wish you to have a happy day~ =D

    Regards,
    (A Growing Teenager Diary Malaysia)

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  9. Mmm ketchup!
    I'm always looking for new face masks I may have to invest :)
    www.bitofeverythingblog.co.uk // ♥

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    1. If you love face masks, it's well worth a try!

      xox

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