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Out with the Old - March 2020 Empties

 Hey, I'm back. Sorry it's been like three months. Without much fuss, let's get into my March empties. I didn't have a ton of empties last month - much less than usual, but due to current events I'm being extra conservative with my products. Aren't we all? Anyway, here's the eight products I finished in March. As always, products I plan on buying again, or already have, will be marked with an asterisk (*). Let's take a look.

Out with the Old - December 2019 Empties


My final empties post of the year is here! 2019 was an average year for me, personally, and a disappointing year for my blog. I won't go into my feelings about that, and instead we'll focus on the fact that I finished 174 products over the last twelve months! Among those products include 9 cans of Batiste Dry Shampoo and 5 bottles of The Ordinary's 10% Niacinamide/1% Zinc Serum - my two most used products. During the month of December I finished 19 products, which is a fair bit more than average. Click through to read more about all of the products I used up in 2019. As always, links will be included where applicable and products I intend to repurchase (or already have) will be marked with an asterisk (*)

Pixi Rose Cream Cleanser Review

Pixi Rose Cream Cleanser Review
Pixi says their Rose Cream Cleanser is a "Nourishing cream cleanser with mineral rich mud cleanses skin as it helps strengthen & soften skin." This cleanser contains 135ml (4.5 oz) and sells for $18USD/£18GBP/$32AUD. Pixi products are cruelty free, and most, including the Rose Cream Cleanser are vegan friendly. This product was made in the USA.

Palmer's Dark Spot Corrector Fade Serum Review

Palmer's Dark Spot Corrector Fade Serum Review
Palmer's says "This lightweight serum visibly improves dark spots, age spots, post-acne scars and uneven skin tone. Infused with natural skin brighteners Vitamin C, Japanese Songyi Mushroom Extract and anti-ageing powerhouse Retinol to improve radiance and help minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Niacinamide targets dark spots and discolouration, Retinol improves fine lines and boosts collagen, and Vitamin C brightens complexion and evens skin tone." This skin tone correcting serum contains 30ml (1 fl oz) and retails for $24.99AUD. Palmer's does not test on animals. This product was made in the USA.