Hi there! Happy Sunday! Today’s post is my weekly recap. I wrote 5 blog posts this week, and here they are:
Monday 10 Dec – Nail Of The Day
Tuesday 11 Dec – Nivea Refining Peel Off Mask
On Monday I showed you a mani I did a while ago. Click here to read the post.
Tuesday’s post was about a face mask. Click here to read it.
Wednesday 12 Dec – Skinlab Revitalize & Hydrate Facial Serum
On Wednesday I told you all about the serum I’m using at the moment. Click here to read the post.
Thursday 13 Dec – Major Haul!
Thursday’s post was about all the beauty stuff and all the stationery I bought over the past 4 weeks. It was a lot! Click here to read the post.
Friday 14 Dec – Enliven Pink Grapefruit Shower Gel, Enliven Mango And Papaya Shower Gel
These 2 shower gels were the stars in Friday’s post. Click here to read it.
This is it for this week. Thanks for stopping by!
Mrs Strawberry Blonde
Hi there! Today’s post is about a skin care product that I’ve been using for about 4 weeks now – Skinlab Revitalize & Hydrate Facial Serum. This serum contains collagen, elastin, vitamin C, Moroccan rose oil, rose water, coconut water and shea butter. It promises to revitalise, hydrate, nourish, brighten, firm and tone the skin. Skinlab recommends the serum be used twice daily.
How do I use the product? I use the serum (2 pumps) right after I’ve sprayed my face with the wonderful B. Confident facial mist. Thanks to the facial mist, the serum is quickly and easily massaged into my skin (face and neck). At the same time, the serum locks in the extra hydration from the facial mist. Double score! Then I leave the serum alone for a few minutes before I apply my eye cream (at the moment it’s an eye gel) and my moisturiser.
How’s the product? I’ve been using this serum with a number of different face creams and lotions, and I think this serum works with all of them. I also think that my complexion looks more even and considerably (!) more radiant than usual. I have no doubt that it’s the serum that makes my skin look great because I don’t use any other new skin care products.
Having said this, I have to deduct imaginary points because this serum isn’t very hydrating. It’s fine when I use it in conjunction with the facial mist, but without it, the serum wouldn’t be hydrating enough for my very dry skin.
All in all, I am happy with the serum and with what it does for me. If you want a product that makes your complexion look more radiant and more even, I would definitely recommend it! Skinlab Revitalize & Hydrate Facial Serum is available as 30ml. I paid £5 (TK Maxx).
Mrs Strawberry Blonde