1. Ombia Naturkosmetik Body Peeling Pomegranate; around 5€.
I think it was last Winter when Hofer put out some skincare products with BDIH certificat for natural/organic cosmetics. I've bought couple of handcreams and this body peeling (x2; I have got one more, yay!). But there were also shower gels, face creams and some other stuff. I guess this was a limited edition, because I haven't seen these products again later. I like my body peeling to be on a rough side and this one is just perfect. It smells like pomegranate, has jelly like texture with quite big peeling particles in it and it does amazing job. My skin feels so polished, smooth and soft after using this peeling.
Repurchase: Definitely yes, if these will ever be sold in Hofer again.
2. Essential Care Organic Rose Moisturizer; around 25€.
This is my favourite moisturizer for about two years now. And I can't say how much I love it. It has very light texture, it gets easily absorbed and leaves my skin moisturized, toned and a bit glowing. It has sort of gentle rose scent which isn't annoying at all. And it works really great under mineral foundation. It is certified by Soil Association Organic Standard.
3. Kiss Diamond Hard Strenghthening Basecoat; around 5 or 6€.
I've been buying this basecoat on the regular basis for the last two years, I think. It can be used as a strenghthening treatment and/or basecoat. I'm very satisfied with it. I dries in no time, gives a bit shine to the nail, it works well with all polishes I applied afterwards and it is B3F.
4. Alverde Thalasso Feeling Shower Gel; 1,45€.
I have already said in one of my previous "Empty!" posts that I usually buy Alverde shower gels in differents scents, since they are cheap and certified natural/organic. This one has sort of fresh - supposedly sea like - smell and it contains Aloe Vera moisturizing pearls. Nice, refreshing shower gel and it does its job.
5. Ebelin Nail Polish Remover (acetone free & almond scented); 0,85€.
I usually buy and use this nail polish remover (Ebelin is DM's house brand) when I do some swatches and don't wan to waste Afrodita oil-based remover. I think that's one of the cheapest removers I've tried that is still quite good and doesn't dry out my nails and cuticle too much.
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