[unpaid/ad/sample] Huda skin care has been brewing for quite some time – do you remember the limited edition balm from last summer? The first product in the Wishful range is a fruit enzyme fuelled exfoliator called Yo Glow and I’ll lay money that the balm follows!
I’m keen on an enzymatic exfoliator – this uses the kind of formula that creates debris as you rub it over your complexion. This is NOT your skin! Do not panic. It’s just the way that the ingredients work together – I think to give you a visual and physical representation of exfoliation when in fact, the enzymes are effective without that extra dimension.
It’s recommended that you use it once or twice a week – it’s tempting to do it more to be honest because that silky feeling that follows is rather addictive. If your skin can tolerate a blend of pineapple enzyme, papaya enzyme and AHA/BHAs (and don’t get me wrong, it doesn’t feel at all harsh) it’s hard to fault this because it absolutely does the job of velvetizing your complexion straight away. It’s launching officially on 18th February (or 16th, depending where you look) for £34. If you’re using it as recommended at a rate of once or twice a week the 100ml will last and last. You’ll be able to find it at Cult Beauty, Selfridges or Hudabeauty.com.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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