Review – Heaven Skincare Divine Cream

Divine Cream & samples

I’m not really sure when I first came across Deborah Mitchell. I know it was on Twitter and probably very soon after I started blogging but what I do remember is that her vibrant, supportive and sunny nature shone through every tweet I read. She’s supportive, inclusive and generous and despite her worldwide success she’s never made me feel like an amateur.

Her brand Heaven is an all-natural organic skin-care range that also offers the latest breakthroughs in beauty technology. Deborah has more than 25 years experience as a therapist and her skin care programmes seek to add moisture to the skin plumping out skin cells. Her products also helps improve skin conditions and blemishes. She’s won awards and treated celebrities and looks at beauty holistically to get to the root of beauty issues. Her aim is to get your natural beauty to shine through.

So, it’s fair to say that I was pretty keen to know more about the products, Deborah and Heaven and to find out whether they are as delightful as their creator. Even though we both seemed to attend the same events we never seemed to manage to meet up and then juDivine Creamst recently I got a lovely surprise as I heard that Deborah wanted to send me something to try! So that brings me to the review of Heaven Skincare Divine Cream.

The first thing I liked about it was how it looked. The packaging is a gorgeous delicate pink with a shiny silver top that neatly houses a pump dispenser. Thank goodness, I’m always glad when there is a pump for skincare products and foundation because I know that I’ll get the right amount and that the product will be less prone to being contaminated during use.

So, what about what’s inside? The Divine Cream is rich and the most delicate pink that’s practically white but not quite. It smells so uplifting and contains the (organic) essential oils witch hazel, lavender, mandarin and orange with a soya oil base. It also contains vitamins A & E and silk protein.

When I put it on (morning and night) it makes my skin feel so comfortable, and it plumps up my skin and keeps it feeling velvety throughout the day. I’m pretty sure that with continued use I’ll see improved firmness and elasticity. With a product name like Divine and a brand name Heaven it’s pretty hard to find a superlative descriptor that fits the bill – so I’ll just say that this is an exceptional product and that I’m counting my blessings that I found Deborah Mitchell!

You might also have spied a couple of other samples in the top photo and I’ll be giving them a try some time soon. They are Camomile Desensitising Hydrogel and Vanilla Pod Hand Cream and I can’t wait!


These products were gifted to me for review but the opinions are my own and are not prescribed.


Launch – By Terry Light Expert Click Brush

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I’m going to have to admit that when I got my invitation to the launch of the By Terry Light Expert Click Brush at Space NK in the Kings Road I got a little bit over excited!

The Kings Road in Chelsea is one of my favourite streets in London as it’s one of the first places I lived when I moved here (well just around the corner in Upper Cheyne Row). Space NK is just my favourite shop ever – there isn’t a single brand in the store that I don’t like. It’s simply the best beauty edit. And then the brand -By Terry – I just can’t even tell you how much I wanted to try absolutely anything and everything from this chic French brand. So, when I read the invite I nearly uttered one of those annoying blogger noises like “eep!” or “squee!” Does that about sum up how excited I was?

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So a gaggle of us beauty bloggers were invited to hear about the By Terry Light Expert Click Brush, how it was developed and how to use it by international make-up artist Alban Laloy.

We heard a little about the woman behind the brand and how Terry de Gunzberg was the woman who brought us Touche Eclat – now that’s something right? One is sold every 4 secs!

We heard a quote from Terry which sums up her purpose in bringing her products to the market:

“My expertise is a product of my experience. I now offer it to all women that, like me, want luxury as well as simplicity.”

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As we all gathered around to listen, surrounded my oodles of other By Terry products that were just so hard to resist trying, holding and lusting after we heard more about the Light Expert Click Brush.

It’s an illuminating flawless foundation brush for sculpting and smoothing. It gives buildable coverage and a natural finish. It really does give you that “your skin but so much better” look and that’s because it uses I.M.C technology – that’s Intensive Mimetic Camouflage.

You just need one click to dispense the correct amount of (what I would call foundation) but By Terry describes as “correcting light prisms, camouflage micro pigments and mineral powders, through the brush.

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Oops! Got a little distracted there – just had to share the beauty of these gorgeous and sumptuous Terrybly Velvet Rouge lip colours.

Anyway back to the Light Expert Click Brush! So when you take off the lid you’ll see the newly designed kabuki brush from which 4 drops of the fluid emerge with one click – ready for you to buff it on to your face. You can use it as an all over foundation; to touch up during the day; or as a highlight. It’s light and portable, there’s no mess and you can use it over any product and it works!

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There are 6 shades to choose from and I was matched to No.5 Peach Beige and lucky enough to bring it home too. So this morning I just couldn’t wait to try out the Light Expert together with the Mascara Terrybly sample that was also in my goodie bag.

I was so impressed with the barely there coverage of the Light Expert that made my skin look flawless and feel like velvet. I did take it with me to work  in case I needed to touch up but I really didn’t need to and it lasted well into the afternoon.

The Mascara Terrybly was perfect too and made my lashes look so long and separated I’m sold!

The By Terry Light Expert Click Brush, available from September in Space NK costs £48 and the Mascara Terrybly is available now and costs £33.50 in store and on-line here.

This is a such a special, luxurious brand that I just couldn’t stop looking at it. Here are a few more glimpses of the Terry de Gunzberg brilliance!

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Have you tried anything from By Terry? I’ve reviewed My first encounter with the brand hereHave you seen anything you want to add to your Christmas list! (Can’t believe I mentioned the C word before it’s even September!)


These products were gifted to me for review but the views are my own and were not prescribed.

Review – Skin D-Luxe Dream Skin Cleansing Melt & Prime Time Age Defying Moisturiser from Fake Bake Beauty at Home

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During the past week or two I’ve been trying out these two Skin D-Luxe skin care products that I first came across at the Fake Bake Beauty at Home event. I saw the products on display and they didn’t really jump out at me as being anything special as they sat there on the shelf. But as a small group of bloggers gathered around Fake Bake’s creative director as he spoke so passionately about the range I began to be intrigued.

He told us that these skin care products are specially formulated in their own labs using the latest technology and the best ingredients and I was fortunate enough to bring home with me the Skin D-Luxe Dream Skin Cleansing Melt & Prime Time Age Defying Moisturiser.

Cleansing MeltThe Skin D-Luxe Dream Skin Cleansing Melt comes in a huge 113ml size. It’s a solid balm texture that you need to warm with your fingers to get it to body temperature and then you can melt it into your skin. It easily dissolves and removes eye make-up and if you add water to the balm once it’s on your face it turns to a milky cleanser. It leaves your skin clean and hydrated but can be left on the skin as a mask for longer if your skin needs extra hydration.

I’m really loving using it and have adopted it into my daily skin care routine as the first cleanse of a double cleanse process. It contains peptides, tamanu oil and moringa seed oil, and it costs £22.00 here.

Prime Time Moisturiser

The Prime Time Age Defying Moisturiser comes in a generous 50ml pump dispenser. (Thank goodness – I’m always disproportionately grateful when products are easy to dispense) It’s billed as a gel-creme formula – but it looks like a normal cream to me although it melts to a slightly glistening finish. It’s targeted at counteracting the signs of ageing and contains Matrixyl 3000 to plump collagen and redefine facial contours.

I’ve found it to be a really great firming moisturiser that keeps on working throughout the day even through the extremes of weather we’ve been having recently.  Together with the cleansing melt they make a great skin care routine and are the core products for this strand of the Fake Bake at Home range.

Fake Bake Skin D-Luxe

You can find out more about the rest of the range here. Do let me know if you try any of the range.


These products were gifted to me for review but the opinions are my own and arn’t prescribed.

Review – Dolce Dreams Coconut Macaroon Body Scrub From Fake Bake Beauty at Home

I’ve been meaning to post about this Dolce Dreams Coconut Macaroon Body Scrub from Fake Bake Beauty at Home for a while now but I’ve been hesitant about getting involved in controversy! What’s that? Haven’t you heard about the whole macaron/macaroon debate? One is the staple food of blogger events and the other is something more homely.

Whilst I expected that the uber fabulous creative director of Fake Bake Beauty at Home Craig Alexander-Wilson would have intended to reflect the former confection I can confirm that this delightful scrub smells of coconut and shea butter – definitely macaroon!

Dolce Dreams They say:

“Scented with coconut and blended with natural sugar, this deliciously sweet scrub buffs away dull and tired looking skin to reveal a newer, brighter and more polished you.”

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This feels so natural. A really crunchy texture of sugar crystals contrasting with the creamy shea butter make this a great exfoliant. I used it all over but concentrated the scrubbing on my drier areas like elbows and shins. Once I showered off the scrub the softening effect of the shea butter remained along with the gorgeous coconut smell! Good enough to eat.

You can buy the scrub along with a whole range of Fake Bake Beauty at Home products here for £18.00.

I’ll be sharing my views on some other Fake Bake products soon. Until the you can read a bit more in a previous post of mine Beauty at Home Part One – Discovering Fake Bake.


Have you tried anything from Fake Bake yet?


This product was gifted to me for review but the opinions are my own and are not prescribed.

Weekday Wishlist – In the Pink!

I know! I know! I normally do weekend wish lists – but I’ve been sitting here wishing and wanting to make a list and it isn’t the weekend yet and I need somewhere to write down all the things that I want to get when it’s payday – that’s if there’s anything left after all the bills are paid.

So I’ve been wanting some Milani bits since I’m not really sure how long but it’s been a while and it’s really hard to decide which pieces I want the most urgently. Still I reckon that this Milani Illuminating Face Powder should be right up there. It’s so pretty right?

Milani Illuminating Face Powder

They say:

“The Milani Illuminating Face Powder is almost too pretty to use… almost! The completely unique and utterly gorgeous appearance is just a hint of how it looks once applied. The light-weight, silky smooth powder texture gives a true “lit from within” glow to your skin. This Milani exclusive design adds instant luminosity and a healthy dose of colour.”

On top of that this is cruelty free and vegan friendly and only £8.00. It makes me want to buy a really cute make-up bag to put it in.

Ooh this is the kind of thing I was thinking of! – could probably come across something like this Ted Baker Ammi Trapeze Bow Leather Make-Up Bag, Pale Pink on one of my lunch time shopping trips. Best leave my credit card at home!Ted Baker Ammi Trapeze Bow Leather Make-Up Bag, Pale Pink

They say:

“From Ted Baker’s well-renowned accessories collection comes the chic Ammi make-up bag. With an angular design utilising an adorable metallic bow detail, gold accented hardware and patent finish, this bag is the luxurious way to take care of all your beauty essentials.”

Love a bit of luxury – this comes in at £49.00 here.

And now I’ve gone on a bit of a pink journey and found this gorgeous Milani Power Lip Lasting Gloss Stain. It’s a fascinating combo between a gloss and a stain. Probably far to girly a colour for me but their’s no stopping this passion for pink tonight!

They say:

“A super innovative hybrid between a gloss and stain, the Milani Power Lip Lasting Gloss Stain gives you the best of both worlds. Experience the smooth application of a gloss with a dazzingly high-shine finish, yet with the long-lasting power of a lip stain. Available in 8 ultra-wearable shades this high-performance lippie gives you low maintenance glamour on the go! It’s only £6.00 here and would look great with the previous two choices!

Only a very slight move away from the pink theme I’ve found this gorgeous  Milani Fierce Foil Eyeshine palette. It’s still glittery and girly and the colours in this Florence version are shades of copper, bronze and gold.Milani Fierce Foil Eyeshine.

There are four different colour ways to choose from each as gorgeous as the next. They say:

“A game-changing creme-like consistency, the Fierce Foil shades glide onto your lids with incredible colour pay off from the very first swipe. ”

They cost £9.00 each here.

I’ve got myself thinking about a whole host of pink things now – pink champagne, pink cupcakes and pink pyjamas! I think that last one is because it’s getting late and I need my bed!

What would you put on a pink themed wish list!


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Reviews – Vichy Idealia Skin Sleep and more

idealia skin sleepSo after I went to the Vichy event at the Rook & Raven I promised you that I would review the products that I picked up there. The main event was the   Idealia Skin Sleep – this night treatment is said to repair and regenerate dull skin overnight. It’s been developed to recreate the restorative effects of sleep. I really felt as if I could use this. They say that the most restorative part of sleep happens between 12 midnight and 1am – but as I’m often still blogging or watching TV at that time I know that I miss out on the healing power of sleep.

This gel balm is a cute baby pink that looks like icing and feels like – hmm not sure – maybe a cross between a cream and a gel? It contains hyaluronic acid to stimulate cell regeneration, LHA to stimulate desquamation (I’m pretty sure that means it helps to exfoliate), vitamin B3 to reinforce the barrier function of the skin; and caffeine to accelerate the skins microcirculation.

Clinical trials have seen improvements in smoothness, luminosity, and a decrease in signs of fatigue. Testers felt their skin felt healthier, softer and more comfortable.

So what did I think? When I applied the gel it felt so comforting, not heavy or over rich though and in the morning my skin feels really great, fresh and hydrated but I can’t actually see any difference. Maybe I need to use it for longer to see visible results but I’m really happy with how it makes my skin feel. It costs £26.50 here.


My next discovery was Vichy Dermablend Fluid Corrective FoundationThis high coverage foundation has been around for 30 years but now has a new look and 3 new shades. I was matched to Shade 15 Opal. As you can see it was a little light for me but I have to forgive the lady who matched me as I was way too hot to have a proper match completed and she matched it the inside of my wrist which is much less tanned than my face. Still the coverage was great and I  warmed it up with some bronzer so I didn’t look too pale.It lasted really well too (they say up to 16 hours) and has SPF35 and hydrates for 24 hours.

I did vaguely know that there was a Vichy make-up range but I hadn’t really seen it in stores/ As well as the foundation they have a corrective stick, corrective compact cream, total body corrective foundation and setting powder. The Vichy Dermablend Fluid Corrective Foundation costs £18.00 here.


Then I elected to try two products from the Liftactiv range the Liftactiv Serum 10 and the Liftactiv Supreme. The serum comes with a dropper which seems to be the latest fad with serum but I have to say that I’d prefer a pump dispenser but that’s just my preference. The serum feels great going on to the skin with a comforting feel and absorbs quite quickly. I’d say that it leaves a glistening look on the skin but it’s not oily. I’ve been using it day and night with the Liftactiv Supreme in the day and the Idealia Skin Sleep at night. Overall results are really pleasing and indicative of the quality and efficiency of the Vichy brand.

The Liftactiv Serum 10  is the product of 10 years of research and 7 patents and targets the superficial dermis of the skin, and stimulates the natural renewal of collagen fibres. It’s hypoallergenic and paraben-free. It costs £29.95 for the 30ml size here.

Liftactiv Supreme is made to target signs of ageing and gives advanced smoothing and firming care. It’s a complete daily moisturiserthat tackles the immediate signs of fatigue and diminishes signs of ageing over the long term. It also uses 3D optical correction technology to transform the surface of the skin, created from blurring particles, mattifying powders and white micro-pearls to smooth and illuminate.

It contains 5% concentration of rhamnose, for action on wrinkles and loss of firmness, and the powerful antioxidant neohesperidin. It also has adenosine plus and caffeine to energise the skin and promote a more youthful look. It can be used day and night. It costs £29.95 here.

So that’s just about brought you up to date with my Vichy experiences. Do let me know if you have any questions. I’m happy to help and if I don’t know the answer (I’m not an expert just a Vichy enthusiast) I’ll try to find out for you.


Review – Green Energy Organics Quick Lift Therapy Anti Age Lift Effect Face Mask

Last night I finally got round to trying out the Quick Lift Therapy Anti Age Lift Effect Face Mask from Green Energy Organics. You may remember me writing about their launch back in July. If you missed that post you can find out all about the brand and products here.

Quick Lift Therapy

After the event I was invited to choose a product to test and I selected this mask as I can always do with a bit of a lift and was intrigued to see if a product that was green, organic and natural could actually have a really good lifting effect.

I have to say that I’m a bit lazy when it comes to treatments (although I always cleanse and moisturise day and night) so I had let this mask sit in my drawer for several weeks before finally deciding that tonight (well, last night) was the night!

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I opened the pouch and took out the sheet mask. It was a lot more substantial than I expected and whilst it was (very!) sticky once I had peeled off the backing paper it wasn’t oozing serum like a lot of sheet masks do.

I applied it and found it easy to put in place although I felt that the eye holes were a little small and stretched them a bit so that the product didn’t go in my eye. I set the timer for 30 minutes and settled down to relax.

Now you ‘ll forgive me for being a little cynical but I wasn’t expecting much and was really just waiting to be able to take the thing off and get to bed. But when the time was up and the  ask came off easily with no messy residue I touched my face and….it felt like someone else’s skin! Like the softest velvet and so firm and when I looked in the mirror at my nose to mouth lines they had softened significantly and on the right size there wasn’t a line at all! What?? This was so crazy!  I just have to say that this is the best mask I have ever tried. I cannot recommend it highly enough. You have to try this now and don’t waste time umming and ahhing about it. Do it now!

I tried the mask before reading the claims on the website so that they wouldn’t influence my thoughts on the outcome of the trial. They say:

“This amazing gel face mask helps to fortify the skin and restore it to a more youthful look. It adds volume and lifts the skin. With regular use it will diminish the visible signs of ageing on your skin and will restore your natural moisture levels. It effectively stimulates cell turnover which in time will improve skins luminosity and firmness. With the use of Green Tea and Orange Flowers it prevents the appearance of dark spots and skin slacking. Revitalised and “re-plumped”, skin is visibly more supple, radiant with freshness and youth. Gluten Free. “

I’d say that it out performed the claims wouldn’t you?

Do you have any favourite organic products? I’d love to hear about them.


This product was gifted to me for review but the opinions are my own and not prescribed.

Beauty at Home Part Two – eSalon


So, in my last post I told you a bit about an event where I was introduced to two brands that are home based. If you missed it you can read about it here. This second part of the post is about the new company eSalon. Founded in 2010, this award-winning company delivers custom, salon colour to your door.

Each bottle of eSalon pigment is individually blended for you based on your personal hair profile. You fill in your details on-line answering questions about your % of grey, skin tone, eye colour and colour history so that they can create the most flattering shade for you.

Each colour set costs £18.oo or £14.00 as a regular subscription. Currently, there is an offer for 50% off here.

It consists of:

  • individually blended hair colour and specifically matched developer
  • personalised instructions
  • professional colouring accessories, including 2 pairs of gloves, packets of Heart Lock It Color Safe Shampoo and Love Unconditionally Colour Safe Conditioner, stain guard, and stain remover
  • your own personal colourist (available for phone and e-mail consultation)

Delivery cost is £3.95

You can also find hair colouring tips, how to videos and more here.

I’ve just ordered my first colour set and it’s on its way. So I’ll be testing it out and letting you know how I get on.


You can also by a whole variety of hair care products and accessories including:

  • Hair Colour & Colour Enhancing
  • Colour Care
  • Brow
  • Volume
  • Repair
  • Styling
  • Styling Tools
  • Colouring Tools

I’ve got the Big Love Volumising Shampoo, the Big Softie Volumising Conditioner and the On the Bright Side Colour Illuminating Shine Spray here to try and I’ll be reporting back to you on these soon too.

What do you think about this idea? Are you like me – buying a box of colour off the shelf and hoping for the best or do you spend £££ at the salon. Could this be the best of both worlds?

Let me know if you try it and I’ll be telling you more soon!


Beauty at Home Part One – Discovering Fake Bake

This week I was invited to find out more about two beauty brands that are all about beauty at home. The first of these is Fake Bake – everyone knows the name don’t they – they’re one of the best known names in fake tan. So I almost didn’t go to the event because I thought that it might involve me getting a spray tan! But no – what I was there to hear more about was the launch of Fake Bake Beauty at Home.

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We heard about this new business and shopping concept that gives you the chance to become your own boss with no risk and at low-cost. As an at home consultant you can benefit from working flexible hours and earning commission  offering fun way to shop for skin care, make-up, tanning and body products. There’s a registration fee of just £99 which includes a starter kit of products and there’s plenty of support including business tools, marketing materials, training, insurance, webshop, promotional campaigns, and host incentives.

fakebake3But of course as you might have expected I was mainly there to get a close up view of the beauty products – though I didn’t just get to take a few snaps and stick my finger in the odd pot. I got a full demonstration and insight into how the products were developed from their creative director Craig Alexander-Wilson. He’s an engaging and warm Glaswegian with an absolute passion for making the products the best they can be.

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He showed me products from three new collections. Dolce Dreams is a luxurious bath and body range scented to smell like desserts. From the Coconut Macaroon Body Scrub to the Lemon Meringue Body Whip they all smell good enough to eat and make you feel amazing.

Skin D-Luxe

The Skin D-Luxe skin care range uses the latest technology and cutting edge ingredients to achieve beautifully radiant skin. I’m really intrigued to try the No Needles fine line eraser that acts in a similar way to botox in that it relaxes the muscles to smooth away fine lines.

Scream & Pout

The third range is  Scream & Pout make-up. This is a fun and colourful range that promises to be fun, fierce and fabulous. I’d say that those are three words that would describe Craig as he entertained us all and pouted for photos. A true professional!

I’ve brought home a few bits to try, (well more than a few to be fair) and I’ll be reviewing them in future posts to give you the low down on whether they live up to their promise. They are the Dolce Dreams – Coconut Body Scrub; Scream & Pout – Shine On Sunsational Colour Kit, Glo Gloss Lip Lacquer and Fake Me Up Mascara, and Skin D-Luxe – Prime Time Moisturiser and Dream Skin Moisturising Cleansing Melt. You can buy them all on-line here as well as finding out more about starting your own business.

I’ll be posting about the other fabulous brand eSalon soon as I want to make sure that you give it your full attention and don’t stop reading when you’re tired of scrolling!

Do you love a bit of Fake Bake?


These products were gifted to me for review. The opinions are my own and are not prescribed.

Brand focus – Sk:n

I’ve often walked past the Sk:n clinic in London’s Victoria Street but until recently I didn’t know that they make their own range of skin care products. I discovered they have a broad range of products covering anti-ageing, anti-blemish, cleanse and exfoliate, corrective, protect, repair, sensitive skin and even make-up. I was intrigued to try out their products and selected three to try – Vitamin-Rich Cleanser from the Cleanse range, and Cream to Treat Mature & Sun-Damaged Skin and Hand Cream from the Anti-Ageing range.


Starting with the Vitamin-Rich Cleanser (normal/combination), as that is the first part of my routine, I had a  bit of a fight with opening the container. The cap doesn’t twist off or unscrew but needs a bit of a hefty pull to remove and as much strength to replace. I was then expecting a pump action to dispense the cream but no – you need to press down on the top to open up an aperture and then squeeze the bottle to get at the cleanser. Anyway, I squeezed out the cleanser onto a damp cloth and used it as a hot-cloth cleanser. It’s recommended to use it with cotton wool pads but I prefer to use it this way to feel really fresh and clean.

They say:

sk:n Vitamin-Rich Cleanser for normal or combination skin is fortified with age fighting vitamins and antioxidants to gently remove make-up and impurities. The skin is left cleansed and purified and in perfect condition for further skincare products.”

I found it left my skin feeling really clean but not stripped of moisture and as it says it was ready to add further skincare products. It costs £16.75 for 200ml here.

So now I was ready to try the Cream to Treat Mature & Sun-Damaged Skin (I apply a serum, oil or essence normally at this stage before my moisturising layer for an extra boost). This cream is way easier to handle and comes with a pump to dispense just the right amount of a rich but readily absorbed cream with a luxury feel. It’s not at all greasy or shiny so makes a great base for make-up.

They say:

sk:n Cream to treat mature and sun damaged skin counters signs of ageing using clinically, proven ingredients. Peptides target fine lines and loss of firmness, Vitamin A helps regulate cell turnover and anti-oxidants fight free radicals.”

Having used this product morning and night over the last couple of weeks I’ve found it’s really given my skin a firmness and made it feel velvety to the touch. Definitely an asset to my skincare collection. It costs £33.75 here for 30ml.

Final product from my newly discovered brand is the Hand Cream. It’s great to have a handy size tube of hand cream to pop in my bag for work. This fits the bill on size as well as being specifically anti-ageing which is a must to protect the skin in the very place where ageing seems to show first.

They say:

sk:n Hand Cream moisturises and firms the skin on the hands, increases elasticity of the skin and helps counter skin damage, particularly brown marks, caused by free radicals”

I’ve found that this rich cream is quick to ease any dryness and sinks in quickly to protect. I have to say though that I haven’t found it to have a lasting effect on counteracting dry skin on my hands but I do tend to use a lot of anti-bac gel which is drying and I do expect that over a longer period of use that I might get better results. A 50ml tube cost £15.75 here.

So overall, I’ve been pleasantly surprised by my new brand discovery. Have you tried any Sk:n products or been to any of their clinics? I’d love to hear about any treatments you’ve had.


These products were gifted to me for review but the opinions are my own and are not prescribed.