I have been using a tonne of stuff up guys. Admittedly, I have also bought more products than I need, however my recycling bin has loved me lately and has been rather full.  Here are the products to hit the dust.

Smells divine, the nozzle sprays just enough onto your face, so you get a lovely spritz, but not so you're drenched. Dry skin will love this, it's just a pure treat for the face. Was actually quite sad when it finished and even though it comes with a hefty price tag, it's an absolute must for any skin care addict with dry skin. And it's 100% natural.

Lovely, lightweight and ideal to apply before any moisturiser. If I had to buy one Tata product though it would definitely be the Floral Essence.
I raved about this in a previous skincare post. Smells like a spa, gets rid of everything and leaves skin soft and smooth.

Moisturiser. It was OK.  Didn't seem to do much for my dry skin, Love their Cleansing Gel, however I wouldn't buy this (I had a deluxe sample size).

Sinks into the skin beautifully, hydrates and the delicate scent lasts all day. Expensive but TOTALLY worth it. 

Soap & Glory's Orangeasm is my favourite drugstore shower gel. I have been using for years. Here's my full write up.   It used to be £6, inflation caused a price increase, now at £6.50 it's still great value for money.

I have used up 3 Micellar Waters, Una Brennan Super Facialist, Botanics Hydration Burst 3-in-1 and Sainsbury's own brand Dirty Works. Surprisingly, I didn't like the Una Brennan one, it stung my eyes like crazy and if you use slightly too much, almost became foam like on the skin. Botanics was a regular run-of-the-mill water. Not brilliant, just average. I didn't like Sainsbury's version. It again stung my eyes and appeared very oily on the skin. I would stick with Garnier or Nivea any day of the week.

Vichy Purete Thermale Waterproof Eye Makeup Remover on the other hand was excellent at removing makeup. For the eyes, this removes everything with great efficiency, is gentle and hard working. Definitely one to add to the re-purchase list. It's particularly good at dealing with waterproof mascara.

Alpha H Liquid Gold (with glycolic acid) was a treat to use. Verging on being slightly uncomfortable on the skin when I used this, it left skin so very clean, feeling tight and kept any break-outs away. Love, love this stuff.

Elf's Exfoliating Scrub surprised me. Gentle, almost with a fine oatmeal texture this removed dead skin cells to leave skin feeling refreshed and soft .My partner commented it was one of the better products he has tried, so you know it's pretty good.

Dr Renaud is a new brand I have recently discovered and this sample pack which was sent to me, proved to be excellent. My absolute favourite from the range was the Detox Carrot scrub, you can find me raving on about this more here.

*This post contains PR samples.