Firstly let me state that I loved all the skincare mentioned in the samples post. I just wanted to bring you some products that I purchased in the full size (or bigger than travel size).
Peter Thomas Roth Irish Moor Mud Purifying Black Mask ($58USD 5 oz.)
There's no Mask Monday on this yet but there will be. I went through a mini of this early last year and was too happy to get this 1.7 oz in a value set. This product gives the benefits of a clay mask without the excessive skin drying.
Therapi Honey Skincare Orange Blossom Honey Gel Cleanser (25.50GBP 3.4 fl. oz.)
This is an excellent gentle cleanser that smells great. A separate post on this is coming too 😉 I purchased this from Pure Source Barbados but I don't believe they're still stocking the brand.
Son & Park Beauty Water ($30USD 11.49 oz.)
Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Intensive Recovery Ampoules ($287BDS DP 60 Ampoules)
This hey expensive...so much so that I almost didn't buy it. But then I thought, the size of the original serum that I like to get expensive too. This earned its spot when I travelled; so easy pack and no risk of spillage. What a brilliant idea.
Ever since Caroline Hirons clued me in that we should have exfoliating and hydrating toners in our skincare regimen, I have been experimenting. I especially like the ones with spray dispensers and I absolutely love to keep them in the refrigerator. These can be used to: neutralize acid toners, refresh the skin on a hot/humid day, eliminate the "powdery" look of makeup, dampen beauty sponges/foundation brushes to assist in foundation application and of course to hydrate the skin in preparation for other skin care. Pictured above are the: Tata Harper Hydrating Floral Essence - $74USD 1.7 fl. oz. from Pure Source Barbados, Clinique Moisture Surge Face Spray (my new travel bestie) - $64BDS DP 4.2 fl. oz., Herbivore Rose Hibiscus Hydrating Facial Mist - $32USD 4 oz. and Mario Badescu Facial Spray With Aloe, Cucumber and Green Tea - $12USD 8 oz.
Let us know what skincare products you've been loving recently in the comments.