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.
The 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.
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.
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.