Origins Make A Difference Plus+ Serum* has been used every morning since I got it. I use a different serum on the evening, so it did last a little longer than expected. But this is good stuff, especially if you have dehydrated skin. My skin is in the transition from dehydrated to dry so I'm stepping up the hydration even more than usual. I use this in conjunction with the treatment lotion and I can say that this has helped my skin quite a lot. It's a thin consistency, not sticky at all, which I sometimes find with serums. Come payday and when this has ran out, I will be going to my nearest Origins counter.
Seche Vite* is a product I cannot live without. What did I do before I used this top coat? I had heard so much about it for a few years, so when I finally got it, I was excited to use it. I do think it's worth the hype, it saves you so much time because within 30 seconds, your nails are completely dry to touch. Underneath they won't be dry, but you're able to move and get on with things. I have popped another one of these onto my Christmas list. I wouldn't buy it from Boots as you can get it cheaper from Amazon with free delivery.
Dermalogica Skin Hydrating Booster* is a fluid concentrate which is full of Hyaluronic Acid, Panthenol, Glycolipids and Algae Extracts. I mix a few drops of this into my morning moisturiser, just to get that little bit more hydration. I've had this since summer and used it every day, I don't think it's something I can live without, but it is slightly more expensive. I may have to wait a while for this one.
Liz Earle Skin Repair Moisturiser for Dry/Sensitive Skin* is my everyday morning moisturiser and I've been squeezing the last little bits of this out for the past week. Thankfully, I received another one to keep me going. If you have dry/sensitive skin, this is just a lovely moisturiser what does what it says on the tube. This is worth checking out because it's a product I really love.