I’ve gone from not knowing anything about the Emma Hardie brand to hearing about her much-loved Moringa Cleansing Balm to actually meeting Emma and learning all about her latest beauty miracle all in the space of a few weeks!
What I like about Emma is that she’s down to earth and knows her stuff. She’s been in the beauty business for 20 years or more and launched her Amazing Face skincare range back in 2009. She really understands skincare as well as what we want and need to look and feel our best.
Now she’s added to the range with the Lift & Sculpt Firming Neck Treatment. This is a rich, hydrating, collagen boosting serum designed to lift, sculpt and tighten the skin on the neck and décolletage.
What’s unique about this serum is that it has roller applicator that means you can target the application and it has a cooling effect as the roller is metal. (Emma’s top is to store it in the fridge for an extra cooling effect).
- Liftonin-Expert – to boost collagen
- Neoderyml – “needle-free” collagen and elastin filler, to increase collagen and improve skin density and firmness.
- A rich omega 3, 6, 9 complex of Inca Inchi Oil and Raspberry Oil – to provide protection and retain moisture.
- Hyaluronic Acid – for conditioned, hydrated, firmer and plumper skin.
Emma caused quite a stir when she told us how to apply the serum – you lift your chin, supporting the skin with your spare hand and then apply the serum in a downward movement – yes, down and not up!
So I’ve been doing as I’m told and I really enjoy the feel of the process, rolling down my neck and then on to the chest area and then smoothing in the serum with gentle downward strokes. It feels to me that my neck is a lot firmer and smoother and (provided that you ignore my double (triple?) chin) I think my neck looks a lot tauter. Now, guys, this isn’t cheap but a little goes a long way and I’d say on a cost per use basis it’s good value.
And I’m guessing that if you’ve ever used an Emma Hardie product before you’ll already be sold on the brand!
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