The Good Things range caught my eye in Boots when I was browsing for a new moisturiser, their packaging looked so simple and pretty! I’ve already mentioned in a couple of posts on Munch and Makeup that I have oily skin, so when I saw the words ‘miracle mattifier’ on the packaging I thought that I would give it a try.
Compared to other, more expensive moisturisers that I’ve used, this is lovely product for my skin. I haven’t any breakouts (maybe just a little one once a month when I’m stressed) and it also leaves my skin feeling soft. The cream describes that it has “superfruit extracts from blackcurrent and goji berry” which is supposed to absorb any excess oil. The cream smells lovely and fruity, but I can imagine some people won’t like the sweetness of it.
The miracle mattifier absorbs into my skin quickly and doesn’t feel greasy. I’m not sure how great it mattes my skin as I also use No7 Shine free primer over the top.
The Good Things dream cream also smells delicious and feels light on my skin. I love applying this after washing my face before I go to bed as it feels hydrating. On the packaging it says “for a super-moisturising treat, apply a thick layer like a face mask and leave for 10 minutes before wiping off any excess”. I haven’t tried this yet as I’m already running out of the cream!
The miracle mattifier costs £7.99 and the dream cream costs £8.99 plus I got something else ‘free’ as there were 3 for 2 offers in the shop.
Let me know if you have tried a nice night time moisturiser which you can recommend.