Just at the end of last year I laid my hands on three new DHC products set for launch this month. So now that I’ve had a few weeks to try a couple of them out I think it’s the right time to show them to you and let you know where you can get your hands on them too!
DHC liners have always been at the top of the pile for me and you may have seen my review of the liquid eyeliner here. But available now is the DHC Gel Pencil Eyeliner EX and it comes comes in black and brown! Yay! I do love black liner but it’s not something that I can wear everyday. The brown shade is still dark but just not so harsh for me.
The fact that they are also twist up and don’t need sharpening is also a big plus for me. You will have heard me wining in the past about having to search everywhere for twist up eye and lip liners! So these are non-smudge gel-based eyeliners which combine the precision of a pencil with the smoothness of a gel. Not only that but these are really long lasting and won’t budge all day. They cost £9.50 here.
Love the look of this packaging – all gold and glamorous! This DHC Quick Film Smoother has a gel cream formula and it’s a lightweight moisturiser designed to smooth out the look of wrinkles instantly! To achieve this immediate effect it incorporates collagen-rich egg shell membrane peptides. It also has algae extract, sodium hyaluronate and soy protein hydrate that protect against moisture loss. Directions for use suggest that you should pat a pea sized amount of the product around the eyes or to areas of particular concern. It also suggests that it works well as a primer. So far I’ve tested around my eyes and mouth as they’re my biggest concerns and have found it really helps but I’ll have to get back to you on how it works as a primer. It’s available here and retails at £22 but it’s on sale to the end of Feb for £17.50!
And the third of my new DHC products for January is the DHC Q10 Mask. It’s a sheet mask that coQ10-enriched to help fight free radicals and elasticity loss for firmer-looking skin. Its unique formula has sodium hyaluronate and collagen to maintain natural moisture and to create a protective barrier. This sounds exactly what I need given the cold harsh weather, the poor London air quality and my reaching 60. I’m ashamed to say that I haven’t used mine yet but they say that I can expect the result to be a softer, smoother-looking complexion. I think that I have my Saturday night pamper sorted! If uo’d like to try it costs a budget friendly £4.50 here.
Have you tried any new products this year yet? I’d love to hear about them in the comments section.
This post contains PR samples.