1. Nspa Ultimate Cleansing Tonic
I bought this recently in Asda as it was reduced to £1, and I like the novelty of the fact that you have to shake the bottle to mix the liquids before using it. I apply it to a large oval cotton wool pad (about 55p from Wilko) and use it to remove any makeup/dirt that has accumulated on my face over the day. It works really well, but leaves my face quite oily.
I have a few products from this range, but I only brought my two favourites with me - the wash+mask, and the blemish cream. There will be a full review of the range up on I Walk in Fashion soon, so I won't say too much. I use the was with this great little silicone brush thingy (99p from eBay). I apply the cream to my blemishes before following up with my moisturiser.
I have quite dry skin so I always use a rich moisturiser. I love Nivea's rich moisturisers as they are a lot richer than other 'rich moisturisers I have tried, and my skin feels moisturised for pretty much the whole day/night after using them. The day cream contains SPF 15, which is brilliant not just on holiday, but all year round.
I bought this set from Boots when they did their 70% off sale in January, for about £3. All the products are perfect 'hand-luggage' quantities, which is great. It also came with a body puff, and it was packaged in a beautiful floral box in which I now store all my mini perfumes. There's a body polish (with actual functional exfolitating bits in it), a body wash, a body butter, and a body spritz. The range smells lovely and the scent lingers even after you leave the bathroom.
This was one of those random 99p store purchases, that I'm really glad I picked up. It has tiny 'light-reflecting particles' (aka bits of glitter) in it, which look lovely when they reflect the light.
Last but definitely not least, I use sun cream. I usually use at least SPF 30. Unfortunately the sun cream opened up in my bag on the way here and decorated a few items of clothing - oops.