Five cult skin and body care products worth buying

Cult skin and body care products

There’s a reason why certain products reach cult status and are so popular. Over the past few years, there’s some products I just can’t live without. I’ve tried lots of things people swear by, but these five cult skin and body care products are the ones I’ve found are 100% worth the hype. Keep reading to find out why…

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cult body care products

Molton Brown shower gel – £22

If you’ve used a Molton Brown shower gel before, you’ll know just how good they are (and 100% worth the high price point, as far as I’m concerned!) I’ve tried a few of the fragrances, and each one is strong enough to linger on your skin after you’ve got out of the shower. They lather really well, so you only need a small amount each time, making them last a lot longer than cheaper gels. They also sell gift sets, which are great for trying out each scent to find out which one suits you best.

The Body Shop shea body butter – £16

Body butters are a life saver when your skin is feeling dry or dehydrated. The Body Shop truly do the best body butters on the market, and I find them really easy to work into my skin to keep it feeling soft and supple all year round. A 200ml tub is just £16, and well worth it because it lasts a good few months, depending on how frequently you use it!

Liz Earle Cleanse and Polish

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish – £15.50

My skin is really picky when it comes to cleansers, but it LOVES the Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish! This creamy cleanser keeps my skin balanced and clear, without leaving it feeling tight or stripped after I’ve used it. A tube of this typically lasts me a month, with use morning and evening, and at just over £15 is definitely an affordable but effective option.

Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant – £55

I had heard a couple of people rave about the Dermalogica Daily Microfoliant before I tried it myself. You mix the powder with a small amount of water to make it into a paste that can then be worked into your skin for a gentle exfoliation. My skin really loves this stuff, so I can see what it’s cult! The fact that it’s a dry powder also makes it a great travel-friendly skincare option. I don’t use mine daily, but use it 2-3 times a week to keep my complexion fresh and clear.

Pixi Glow Tonic

Pixi Glow Tonic – £18

I’ve been using the Pixi Glow Tonic for years now, and I love how gentle but effective it is on my skin! It’s a great way to get into using acids on your skin, and using it once a day makes a real difference to how bright and luminous my complexion is. To use it, all you have to do is saturate a cotton wool pad in it and wipe it across your skin. I love the slight tingle it gives, and at £18 for 250ml it’s an affordable option.