Just so we are absolutely clear, I’m going to be working with B. in a professional capacity through next year. However, none of that stops an honest review; they know that.
The skincare range is split into three sections known as Skin Phases, determined by your skin age. They’re all high in Hyaluronic Acid, Tetrapeptides and Niacinamide in varying quantities depending upon what your skin actually needs. The thing I’m most excited about is the Micellar Water – I tried it this morning and it’s a very well formulated cleansing water. It left my skin without a trace of dryness but thoroughly clean of make-up. The moisturising formulations are also very slick – they feel premium when they aren’t priced as such (the Micellar is £4.99).
There is also an entire colour range to introduce you to, but I will post on them – and more skincare – as and when I try them out properly.
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