Budget Friendly Pamper Routine
I have so many beauty products within my collection and I love to have a pamper routine at least once a week to help relax and treat my skin and hair. I own a lot of high-end skincare products but high price tags don’t always necessarily mean high quality, so I wanted to collate some ideas for a budget friendly pamper routine.
Giving yourself time to pamper and indulge in some self care is important, and it’s fun to sometimes enjoy new casino games whilst wearing a face mask too. You don’t have to spend a fortune to find decent products so all of these products are under £5 and perfect if you want to try something new without breaking the bank.
Superdrug Blueberry Jam Face Mask £4.99
Superdrug have a great range of face masks if you’re on a budget, and this range of pot face masks are all £4.99. This particular mask is designed to add vibrancy to the skin, and they look very similar to the Lush Fresh Face Masks but considerably more affordable.
If the Jam mask doesn’t take your fancy, there is also a Coconut, Avocado & Oat, Charcoal or Kale Mask to choose from. Each of the masks is for different skin concerns and there’s something so relaxing with the whole ritual of applying a face mask and I love that you get instant results.
Garnier Eye Masks £2.99
I suffer from really puffy eyes in the mornings so eye masks are my go-to whenever I need to de-puff. The Garnier Sheet Masks are great for the price but I really like their eye masks as they’re single use masks designed to brighten the eye area, refresh the skin and reduce puffiness.
Derma V10 Deep Moisturising Foot Pack £1
I’m loving foot masks right now as they have tissue socks which you place over the feet for upto an hour, and rinse the feet clean. This particular foot pack is enriched with vitamin E to moisturise the skin, helping to soothe and soften dry, rough and cracked heels. I can’t believe these are only £1 each, and they’re ideal for super dry feet.
Facial Massager £5
Facial massagers are all over social media right now and you don’t have to spend a fortune to get your hands on one. Facial massagers have soared in popularity due to Asian skincare trends, and they work to promote blood circulation and stimulate your face muscles. I can’t believe you can get one for only £5 as they are sometimes more than 10 times that price from different beauty retailers.
Pantene Masque Repair & Protect £4.49
I’m a big fan of the Pantene haircare range and don’t feel like their products get enough hype. This mask offers great, instant results and it smells incredible too. You simply apply it to wet hair and leave for two minutes although I prefer to leave it for at least fifteen minutes.
Nivea Lip Butter Balm £2.09
The last of my suggestions for a budget friendly pamper routine is one for the lips. The Nivea Lip Butters are one of my favourite lip balm formulas as they’re so affordable. They really do feel like a butter on the lips, and they’re so balmy and smooth. They all smell amazing, and they leave the lips feeling nourished and softened, and contain moisturising Shea Butter & Almond Oil.
You don’t have to spend a fortune to treat your skin, and hopefully these picks will inspire you to try something new.
Hi! My name is Gemma, and welcome to Miss Makeup Magpie. I share helpful articles to help you with beauty tips, tricks and tutorials.