Botanics All Bright Soothing Eye Make-Up Remover | £3.99 here | This is a bi-phase formula which you shake to activate, and I've found it really effective in gently removing my eye make-up; the oil part of the formula means it lifts away even waterproof mascara without too much hassle. I tend to just hold a cotton pad soaked in remover over my (closed!) eye for around ten seconds, before gently wiping away.
Botanics All Bright Purifying Face Scrub | £3.99 here | I use this every second or third day in the shower; it has quite a similar consistency to the St Ives scrubs so requires a light hand to apply it, and I tend to concentrate on the more congested areas around my nose and chin, but it does work pretty nicely to leave my skin feeling softer and smoother.
Botanics Organic Facial Oil | £9.99 here | I've actually reviewed this in full as well, so do click through if you'd like to read more about the product. In short, though, I tend to use this most evenings before I apply my moisturiser just to give my skin a little helping hand. I do have oily skin and I haven't noticed and increase in oiliness or blemishes from using this, so if you have oily skin and have been scared to use an oil, this is a budget-friendly way to give it a try and I'd really recommend picking it up!
Botanics All Bright Cleansing Foam Wash | £3.99 here | I keep this at my boyfriend's for when I stay over, so I don't have to cart all my skincare and toiletries back and forth. This gets used both morning and evening when I'm there; I use it twice in the evening, firstly just massaging in and rinsing well to remove the bulk of my make-up, and then repeating and removing with a warm flannel to ensure my skin in properly clean. In the morning I just use it once, massaging in and rinsing, often in the shower. It works well for me and smells gorgeous!
Botanics Shine Away Invigorating Face Scrub | £2.69 here | This also lives at my boyfriend's so I only use it a couple of times per week; it smells lovely and has a really nice, fine texture which leaves my skin feeling soft and smooth but doesn't cause any irritation. I wouldn't like to comment on the mattifying claims as I don't think I use it consistently enough, but it would be an added bonus if it helps keep oiliness under control!
So, those are the Botanics products which currently feature in my skincare routine! As you can see, I use quite a few products and have had good experience with them all; I'd definitely recommend the range as an affordable option which should offer something for most people, including dry skins, oily skins, anti-aging, and the brightening products I use. Have you used any Botanics products? Are there any other products from the range you'd recommend I try?