I requested a sample of the Spray-On Exfoliant because I love the idea of a quick spritz after taking my make up off, especially if it’s going to lead to exfoliated skin. BUT I got completely side-tracked by the Evening Detox Cleansing Water, which I love! I wasn’t expecting to receive it (clever PR) which makes it even better. It transpires that it’s got hyaluronic acid in it which my skin is like a moisture-seeking missile for which translates (along with sweet almond and aloe vera) to a very soft micellar type water that’s like wiping liquid silk over your skin.
I’ve even got used to the spray-nozzle-on-a-cream-tube thing which I really didn’t like at first. With ‘detox’ and ‘anti-pollution’ being absolute buzz words in the beauty industry right now I’m aware that this is a hard marketed product, but even stripping away all the terms, the bare bones of this make one of the best cleansing waters I’ve ever used. It’s £22 HERE. There’s no tautness, it swipes off make up (for those lazy days when I can’t be bothered to do a double balm) extremely effectively – even mascara – and leaves behind soft, clean skin that feels like it’s already had some essence applied. I love it! As for the Spray-On Exfoliant, (£28 HERE) it’s an enzymatic water with salicylic acid that’s probably best for dull and congested skin. My skin at the moment isn’t dull or congested so I don’t think I’m seeing what it can really do – however, I like the anti-oxidant aspect of it as a belt-and-braces extra at the moment.
If you want brightening, smoothing and softening, these are both definitely worth a look. Oh, and just to say that it’s free delivery with a sample of the Evening Detox Mask with every order.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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