An infamous title among YouTube beauty gurus; basically products I feel I've wasted money on, and hopefully, this might stop you doing the same! (Though please remember all opinions are based on my personal experiences etc etc.)
Neutrogena Wave Power Cleanser (£6-10)(as far as I'm aware) and the battery life was very reasonable. I bought it on a whim, working on similar ideas to the Clarisonic, but cheaper (much, much cheaper!) I didn't use it regularly as it only gave me average results; nothing which couldn't of been achieved with a cleanser and a muslin cloth or scrublet and if used daily, wouldn't work out too cheaply anyway, as the replacement pads are difficult to find. I find it a bit too much of a hassle and so it sits in my bathroom looking cute (oh yeah, I like the design)
Fade Out White Original Moisturising Cream (around £8)(with a little help from prescription treatment) I was left with some bad pigmentation scarring on my cheeks, long story short I decided to try this out as it seemed to have good reviews. Unfortunately it just doesn't work for me. I find the smell repulsive and the packaging very awkward (It's a very heavy glass jar, not very handy at all) As for the actual product, it left my skins very greasy/ oily looking and broke my skin out in lots of little whiteheads (sorry for graphic description) Consequently, I have not being able to judge/ see any visible results as I simply could not continue to use it.
Rimmel Stay Matte Foundation (around £5)(100 Ivory) and even when blended still had clear orange marks on my jawline. I found the coverage to be very poor and it actually stung my face if I did not wear a primer underneath. As for the 'mattifying' properties, I found these to be pretty much nonexistent. It lasted all of about 1 hour before my t-zone became shiny (and my skin is not particularly oily) I tried to persevere with it but it just didn't do what it claims to.
Benefit Boi-ing Concealer (£16.50)
ME ME ME Flawless Concealer (around £5)
Maybelline Dream Creamy Foundation (around £8)(Known as 'Dream Smooth Mousse' in the US) Hands up, this probably was more a fault of my own than the product - I clearly bought the wrong shade. Even so, I find that it doesn't great coverage without quite a lot of product and then I feel it can look quite cakey. It's aimed at people with normal to dry skin as it's quite moisturising. Unfortunately, I found it clung to dry areas on may face making it look patchy.
Nivea Tinted Moisturising Day Cream (£4)
Phew, I feel better after a bit of a rant. Any products you regret? Let me know :) xx