This is a mini splurge cost me a little over twenty pounds. The Real Techniques stippling brush costing the same as the two face creams!
I have heard nothing but great reviews about this little brush and it is small. Ergonomically designed for ladies small hands and the bristles nice and soft. This brush is meant to provide an airbrushed effect which I have yet to try. So I have high expectations.
Pond's skincare range has stood the test of time. My grandmother used it and so did my mother. I wanted to use a gentler approach to cleansers and the cold cream jar is meant to be just that. Apply to the face and wipe the make-up away including mascara.
The Pond's packaging design is simple and as I remembered it as a child, not a lot as changed, which I think is lovely.
The opened pot below is a nourishing anti-wrinkle cream which cost a little over four pounds which I think is great because most of the ones I see tend to cost upwards of a tenner. Let's hope this stuff works because I am not getting any younger.