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Do You Buy ALL Of The Products of A New Range?

8 August, 2018 - 08:19pm by - First Lady | 41 Comments

poll posted by BR Nat

We all know the basic steps of a good skincare routine.  Cleanse.  Tone.  Moisturise.  And repeat daily.  (Twice daily if you're super on to it).   You might even add a serum and eye cream into your daily routine, and maybe an exfoliator and face mask once or twice a week.

But how do you choose new skincare products?  Do you treat it like shampoo and conditioner, where more often than not, we'll pick up a complimenting set, whether we've tried each product before or not?  Or do you mix and match, aiming to try and try again, until you find the best of each product type, regardless of brand or range?  Or maybe you choose a couple of key products from a range and see how you go?

We're looking for reviewers to put two products from one very awesome range to the test.  We can't say much...but what we can say is...

  • Both products are worth over $80!
  • The range is from a world-renowned brand.
  • The products are free from: Preservatives, parabens, fragrance, alcohol, colorants and lanolin.

To find out more about your skin we've put a quick survey together.  So if you're keen on trying some new skin care you'll need to take the survey to put your hand up.

Click here to take the pre-qualifying survey and tell us about your skin!

And why not get chatting below about how you like to try new products.  Do you dip a toe in with a product or two, or do you leap in and buy the whole range?

Do You Buy ALL Of The Products of A New Range?


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24th August, 2018

Sometimes but not always. I think it depends on the product, for example if it's shampoo and conditioner that I need at the same time then I will buy them together. If it's skincare I usually won't just because I find that I need a range of products with different benefits to help my skin out.

17th August, 2018

Maybe I should start eh?!!

17th August, 2018

Sometimes I do, sometimes I don't I'm a sucker for cool packaging OR benefits such as sulfate free etc.

16th August, 2018

Ideally I like to buy the whole set, but I only do this if they have a smaller set available, as it's too costly to buy a whole set without trying it first.

16th August, 2018

I generally will buy 1 product from a range and that's due to budget - if I like the product I would think about buying more from the range though

16th August, 2018

Not really, i buy what i know works

15th August, 2018

I do like to try the whole range as I believe when they are developed and tested they are trialed as a whole range. I may not continue to use the whole range as one particular product may not work, but I think it is fair to try the whole lot in the beginning.

15th August, 2018

I don't generally buy the whole range, but a lot of that is money-wise. I'd rather use up what I've got, and not waste any products. I feel like generally, I get more uses out of some products that others so it never seems to sync up that I've needed to purchase everything. It would be nice to try though, to see if it really makes a difference.

14th August, 2018

I like to mix and match across different brands and ranges to explore the beauty products and see which ones are more suitable for me. Never know which ones are good for me until I tried them

14th August, 2018

No normally try one or two first

14th August, 2018

I mostly stick to the same range but the odd time I have mixed and matched because it has worked out cheaper and better for my skin.

14th August, 2018

I usually buy a couple of items from a range and if they work for me I’ll purcbase more of them, if not I tend to mix and match across different products and ranges to see what works best for me.

14th August, 2018

I am not obsessive about matchy-matchy routines. Some brands are particularly strong in some areas but weaker in others. I am not afraid to try new products as my skin isn't sensitive. I have tried everything from homemade to supermarket to highend/boutique- price doesn't always dictate quality but it can ensure higher standard ingredients. I would love to trial some products!!

14th August, 2018

I am not obsessive about matchy-matchy products. Some brands are particularly great at one aspect

12th August, 2018

Definitely don't buy all the products in a range. If if were shampoo and conditioner, then yes I would, but not for skincare. I go for the products that I know target my skin concerns. I have super dry skin, so I would look at trying their moisturisers or serums first.