Hey guys!  Video post from me again 🙂

Today I wanted to chat about my favourite skincare brand for when my skin is super sensitive and dry. Avène products are all made from Avène spring water and are dermatologically tested and hypoallergenic so they are super soft on all skin types but made particularly with sensitive skin in mind. I always go back to these products when my skin is feeling particularly sensitive so I wanted to share my favourites and hopefully help anyone out who has a similar skin type!

I have been using Avène Skin Recovery Cream after it was recommended by my pharmacist back home. It has MASSIVELY helped with horrible dry patches that I’ve been getting in these colder months.

Avène Micellar Lotion Has been a favourite of mine for years, just super soft on the skin but you feel like it’s properly cleaned the makeup off your face each time.

A new favourite of mine is the Avène Intense Hydration Serum because it’s just such a great hydration boost for emergencies, or for if you just feel like you need an extra layer under your regular moisturiser.

My walk to work in the morning just so happens to be down one of the most polluted streets in London, and so I was looking for an anti-pollution cream for a while. Since I trust Avene products, the Avène A-Oxitive was a no-brainer for me. I know a lot of this kind of thing hasn’t been proven but this product has been tested on many people, and helps with the production of Vitamin E in your skin which is known to be lacking in people who live in highly polluted areas.

Another hydration favourite of mine is the Avène Soothing Hydration Mask. Super easy and quick, you just pop this on and leave it for 10-15 minutes and you notice the difference immediately! This is my go-to product when my skin is freaking out a little so I would HIGHLY recommend it!

And just as an FYI for the video below, my regular face cream is the La Roche-Posay Nutritic Intense Riche 🙂

La Roche-Posay Product Review | Rebecca Sophie

Hey guys!

This week I really wanted to share with you a quick review of my favourite La Roche-Posay products because it is one of my most used and most trusted skincare brands. Their products are always soft on the skin and make a big difference in my everyday routine, especially when helping with the eczema I get around my eyes and with dry, sensitive skin overall. I have to admit that I buy most of these at my local pharmacy in Belgium so they are a bit cheaper but I have listed them all down below so that you can check out prices etc. Full products, links and video down below!

My top pick out of all of these would definitely be the Nutritic Intense Riche because it has never let me down. Smells really nice and is heavy enough for my dry skin without feeling oily.

Effaclar Mat is great if you’ve got oilier skin, and I use it regularly when I’ve got lots of cream on or if I’m having an oily skin day – really gives a mat look without drying out the skin.

One that I originally had mixed opinions is the body wash called Lipikar Huile Lavante. It’s got a great texture and seriously softens and moisturises but I don’t love the smell. Saying that, I still go straight to this product when I feel like the weather’s a bit harsh on my skin!

If you’re looking for a daily body cream, I would highly recommend Lipikar Lait Body Cream as it is not very expensive and seriously does the trick! I have re-purchased this lotion a few times and would recommend it even over fancy branded lotions I’ve used.

I don’t use face scrubs very often because of my sensitive skin but about once or twice a month I really like to wash my face well and feel like it’s been 100% cleaned. When I do this, I go straight for the Gommage Surfin Face Scrub from La Roche-Posay. It’s surprisingly soft on sensitive skin but gives a very clean feeling after use.

Not gonna lie, the Effaclar Gel Moussant Purifiant is now my boyfriend’s favourite. I didn’t even realise he was using it until I noticed half the bottle was gone, but I wasn’t too annoyed because I only use this a few times a month too. It’s better for oilier skin types but every once in a while my skin does feel oily so then I like to switch it up and use this… When there’s any left!

I have had to be very careful with this product in the past because it is quite strong but if you suffer from random, BAD pimples, Effaclar Duo Dual Action Acne Treatment Cream is your man. Seriously. Kills them.

Last but not least, a luxury that I can’t help but re-purchase is the La Roche-Posay Thermal Spring Water. I probably use it for the wrong reasons (overheating and dampening my beauty blender…) but it is a LOVELY thing to have on your makeup table, or a mini in your bag to just refresh your face now and then.

FYI my glasses from the video: Ollie Quinn Glasses in Gamble – http://bit.ly/2s1KOG6 (mine are the ‘fireflies’ version)

Hope you guys enjoyed and let me know what your favourite products are down below!


Hi All 🙂 This is just a quick tutorial of how I usually do my makeup. Let me know what you think and see below for a list of what I used!

Hope you enjoy, and as always, thank you for watching, subscribing and liking my channel ❤️
xx Rebecca

List of products:

La Roche Posay
Effaclar Mat Anti-Shine

Photo Finish Foundation Primer

Bare Minerals
Original – Fairly Light

Estee Lauder
Bronze Goddess, 01 Light

Bare Minerals
Mineral Veil

Mac Veluxe Brow Liner
Strawberry Blonde

Lord & Berry Liquid Eyeliner
Forever Black

Shu Uemura Cream On
Soft Pink

Benefit Ready, Set, Brow!

Jo Malone
Wood Sage & Sea Salt


Guy Fawkes in Sussex! [Vlog]

As you probably know, I’ve been trying to get more creative recently (mid-year resolution). Having already worked on my sketching and gardening, this month I decided to pick up my dad’s camera and make little videos/vlogs of recent weekend trips.

Hopefully you’ve already seen last week’s Brighton vlog (click here if you haven’t) but this weekend my family and I joined up at my grandmother’s house in Sussex to visit the Littlehampton bonefire and parade along the beach! An amazing bonfire too… Hope you enjoy!