If you've tried any yourself, please let me know what you think, as they're all on my wish list!
The range includes a basic cleansing system: Cleanser (£17), Toner (£16.50), Lotion (£24) and Cream (£24).
Kiehl's does draw me in through their professional looking packaging and quality ingredients. The range is also free of parabens, fragrance and silicones, a big plus for sensitive skin.
The products all sound lovely and amazing for oily skin, however with the cheapest product being a little bit beyond my price range, I'll have to think about whether it's worth investing in.
This is the most exciting one for me! I have to confess I'm such a fan of Palmers and their body care range, that I just can't wait to see the results their Daily Facial Range will produce.
The range includes: Daily Cleansing Gel, Exfoilater Scrub, Night Renewal Cream, Smoothing Eye Cream... and many more products.
I'd say this line is geared more towards dryer skins, it's "designed to revive and rejuvenate all skin types, even sensitive skin", as well as, "leaving skin smooth, soft and radiant".
Aveeno is also great for sufferers of dry skin. The Positively Radiant range helps hydrate the skin as well as even out skin tone and texture.
The range includes: Daily Moisturiser (SPF 30), Cleanser, Daily Scrub, Daily Cleansing Pads, Makeup Removing Cleanser and more.
The inclusion of soy complex in it's ingredients apparently helps produce the claimed results, although I'm a little skeptical about this. But hey, if it works and does what it says, then I'm sure I would buy it.
Let me know if you've tried any of these products. I'd love to hear your verdict!