This has definitely got the novelty factor as far as formulation goes. It starts as an oily-gel consistency, goes on as a mask and ends up as a foam – it’s really a pleasure to use. It’s USP is probiotic enzymes and essential oils and really does leave your skin super-soft afterwards. The foam end of the deal is very soft and tactile so you end up massaging it into your face far more than you would a wash off mask – anything that encourages facial massage is good. The enzymes are probably most key here – they act like a non-abrasive exfoliator to get rid of old and dead skin cells and it’s why skin feels so soft afterwards.
I’ll be reviewing a few more Sampar products before its UK launch in May, but it’s definitely one to look out for and I’ve had my eye on the brand for years hoping it would make its way here.
PS: Sampar has already launched on-line HERE.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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