Amie Skincare Review: Morning Clear Purifying Facial Wash, Bright Eyes Very Gentle Eye Make-Up Remover, Morning Dew Matte Finish Moisturiser & Spring Clean Cooling Clay Mask

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I first came across Amie's skincare range via Tania's blog a while ago, so I was delighted when the brand got in touch with me to ask if I'd like to try out some of their products.  Although Amie's budget-friendly range is primarily marketed towards teens, it'll work for anyone who has troublesome skin like I do, so I was excited to give these a go. 

 Amie Morning Clear Purifying Facial Wash* (150ml, £4.95, link)

The first product I tried was their Purifying Facial Wash; a creamy based cleanser that's ideal to use first thing in the morning.  I used this in the shower as part of my getting ready routine, and it was really lovely to use.  It has a very subtle / delicate fresh scent to it and the cleanser made my skin feel soft and thoroughly clean when I got out, without any dryness or tightness at all.  This would be great if you have oily skin because the soap-free formula balances everything out without stripping away your natural oils.  Made with 96.8% natural ingredients.

 Amie Morning Dew Matte-Free Finish Moisturiser* (100ml, £4.95, link)

I'm still on the fence about how I feel about this one.  It's probably because it's winter and my skin needs a bit more hydration that it usually does, but this didn't work so well for me.  It has a lovely subtle scent like the face wash and made my skin feel soft, but ultimately it just didn't wow me.  I'll be sure to give this another go in S/S next year however to see if I feel any differently about it then.  Made with 90.8% natural ingredients.

 Amie Bright Eyes Very Gentle Make-Up Remover* (125ml, £4.75, link)

Bright Eyes is an oil-free, non-greasy, make-up remover that lives up to its name of being very gentle to use.  It removed most of my make-up easily, but sadly struggled to shift my stubborn waterproof mascara.  Despite this, I'll still enjoy using the rest of the bottle up because it doesn't irritate my sensitive eyes and does an excellent job with the rest of my make-up.  Made with 98.9% natural ingredients.

Amie Spring Clean Cooling Clay Mask* (10ml sachets or 75ml tube for £4.95, link)

My favourite product is definitely the Spring Clean Cooling Clay Mask.  I was so impressed with this that I've already added the full size tube to my xmas wishlist; simply put it's amazing!  The mask has a deep cleansing effect that really draws out all of your impurities making it ideal to use if you battle with breakouts.  It has a lovely cooling sensation and like the rest of the range, smells subtly fresh too, with lots of mint.  I got two uses out of one sachet, so I'm saving up the extra sachet to use when my skin plays up again.  Made with over 94% natural ingredients.

Amie products contain no parabens, mineral-oils, petrochemicals, sodium laureth sulphate or sodium lauryl sulphate.  They also have no ingredients of genetically modified origin, animal testing or animal ingredients and the range is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.  Available to buy online and from Boots. 


Have you tried anything from Amie? 

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17 comments:

  1. I've never heard of this brand but it sounds great! I love natural products


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    1. They're a lovely brand, so happy something exists like this that is marketed at teens too! xx

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  2. This seems like a really lovely brand :) I like the sound of the cleansers and the mask :D I have dry skin though so I need a more intensive moisturiser. Thanks for sharing :)

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  3. I picked up the moisturiser when I found the range in Tesco & really didn't get on with it! It made my skin flare up in the T Zone, really sensitive :( Kinda put me off trying the rest of the products! x

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    1. Oh no! :( Fortunately I didn't have a reaction with the moisturiser, just didn't feel like it helped my oily t-zone much, but I can understand why you'd be put off trying the rest of the range x

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  4. I've tried the Amie face masks (think they came free in a beauty box) and wasn't that impressed, it too ages to feel like it was drying and didn't seem to improve my skin :s
    Daniella x

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    1. Did you use the whole sachet? I felt like if I'd used the whole amount (10ml) then it would have been far too much for it to dry properly xx

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  5. These sound really good. I like the sound of the wash and cooling mask most. Will have to take a look at these :) xxx

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    1. The mask is especially good :) xxx

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  6. The clay mask sounds lovely. Never tried anything from this brand before, was always put off as I thought it was only for teens.
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  7. Thanks for the mention Evelyn :) I haven't tried the cooling clay mask yet, but it sounds great and love all the subtle scents in their products, think I'll be having a browse on their website soon! xx

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    1. No probs :) I'd certainly recommend the cooling mask! xx

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  8. I have this mask but haven't used it yet. I'll have to try it out now :)

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    1. It's really great if you want to clear up a breakout or any spots. I think the trick is to use less than you think you'll need so that it dries evenly :) x

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  9. I have not heard of this and it sounds wonderful! I received some Apothederm www.apothederm.com products for Christmas and I'll have to add in some of these too.

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