Is it worth splashing more cash on the water you splash your face with?
Here's how The Ordinary, Drunk Elephant and Pestle & Mortar fared when I shook up my skin routine.
One costs £18, the other costs £8 – here's which I preferred.
We compared them for look, feel, fragrance and that tell-tale dry shampoo 'white tint'.
I put these cult pair of serums to the test on my blemish-prone skin.
Should you splash the cash on a posh cleanser – or do own-brand options do the job as well?
We pitted the original Marks and Spencer cake against supermarket rivals from Sainsbury's, Asda, Tesco and Waitrose.
"As someone with frustratingly visible pores, anything that claims to minimise their appearance I’m willing to try."
They look similar, but do they smell similar? I put the two luxury hand washes to the test.
They look the same – so do they work the same?