[sample/affiliate] Kate Somerville is rapidly becoming one of my favourite brands – in particular, the ExfoliKate products. While I’m not on board with some of the heavy ‘anti’ ageing messaging, I’m 100% on board with the glowing, fresh looking skin messaging which looks beautiful on anyone regardless of anything else at all.
I’ve been all around the houses looking for this set at lower prices – it’s down to £40 from £59 HERE – but I think it will stay the same until after Christmas at which point there might not be any left so it’s down to chance at that point. However, you can get 15% off if it’s a first order (plus 3 samples) so that’s something anyway. I’m keen for BBB readers to try ExfoliKate because it’s really the product that has been one of the most exciting for me to try this year. I know I’ve mentioned it before, but I’m using the Intensive Exfoliating Treatment twice a week and have just incorporated the Liquid ExfoliKate each evening. But at £72 for a full size tube it’s a heck of an outlay if it doesn’t suit your skin which is why when any value sets appear, I’m straight on the case.
I don’t use the Exfoliating Wash every day otherwise I think I’m over-doing things and I like to chop and change from micellars to balms and everything in between. I don’t (luckily) get many blemishes but it’s good to have something on hand just in case. So, the upshot of ExfoliKate Intensive which uses lactic and glycolic acids is fresher, glowier skin – I can say that unequivocally – although you will feel it working in the brief minutes it’s on your skin. The wash – if you like a wet cleanse – also leaves your skin feeling and looking more vibrant and I like to follow it on with an oil such as Willowberry: you wake up with the softest skin! There is still an Introductory Kit on-line at £33 with slightly smaller sizes and a moisturiser swapped out for the blemish treatment HERE. Your non affiliate link is HERE.
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