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An Introduction to a Cruelty-Free & Affordable British Brand Dirty Works

An Introduction to a Cruelty-Free & Affordable British Brand Dirty Works
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As many of my readers know, I am a huge skincare enthusiast! I love trying out new brands and products to see if they work well for me and share my experiences with others on my blog or on my other social media channels. I was kindly sent these products to try from Dirty Works which I was super excited about. 

Dirty Works is a Britishcruelty-free and budget-friendly brand that you can find online and also in Sainsbury's Supermarkets. Dirty Works is a range of fun yet sophisticated products that are for busy people who want some time to indulge in themselves,  which I think is super important right? They combine fun design with good quality formulations and stunning fragrances all across their product line. They have bath & body product, face skincare and also cosmetics. Prices start at just £2.00 and the most expensive product being just £14.00.. bargains, right?



Dirty works brightening eye masks
Brightening Under Eye Masks
 RRP £3.99
They are 3 pairs of eye masks in each box. They are clear and feel a little bit like jelly. They are infused with Vitamin C to brighten the under eyes ( especially after a night out eh? LOL) Another thing they have is aloe vera and collagen which helps soothe the under eyes which helps you're under eyes feel more refreshed and energised. 

You apply these for 25-30 minutes and for me personally I like to wear them on a pamper day and just before bed because they feel so relaxing and soothing. 
dirty works glow for gold
Glow for Gold Peel Mask
RRP £5.99
This contains skin-loving super boosting extracts of coffee, lemon and pineapple that are brilliant for a radiance boost ( trust me, it smells absolutely amazing!) Apply it can be a bit messy like all face masks but since you have a bottle of it you have a fair amount of uses inside each. 

It takes about 10-15 minutes to dry in which after that time you simply peel it off. If they are any left simply wipe off with a warm face flannel. Some advice from me is to put your hair up before apply because it is annoying to get out of hair ( trust me I learnt the hard way LOL) 
dirty works multi talker 8 in 1 cream
Multi-Tasker 8-in-1 Miracle Cream
RRP £8.00
Yep, you read correctly, this is an 8-in-1 product! Not only does it deeply hydrates but its carefully selected ingredients also stimulate collagen production. In turn that helps improve skin elasticity and firmness. It also says it can help to lessen wrinkles. So your skin will be more nourished, smoother and youthful-looking. 

For me personally, the smell is a little off-putting as it smells rather old fashioned like musk but saying that it is a nice cream to use. It's a nice thickness and a little goes a long way. To be used on the face, neck and decollete. 
dirty works rub up foot exfoliater
Scrub Up! Exfoliating Foot Polish 
£3.99
My feet can get very dry if I don't use a food scrub or cream so I like to use these kinda things as much as possible. This foot polish has a scrubby blend of pumice and oatmeal to polish away annoying flakes. It is also infused with peppermint oil, sea salt and seaweed extract which can help feet feel more refreshed.  

I love the smell of this! It helped smooth my feet down ready for my deep foot masque!
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I have to say I am very impressed with the products I have tried so far from the Dirty Works!
My favourite has to be the foot polish as my feet sure do need the TLC right now with all the walking I am doing at the moment. 

Do you want to know more about the brand? Check out the Dirty Works website below for more about their products and others they have available. 


Have you tried Dirty Works products before? 
Mel

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