Saturday, 24 March 2012

Elemis Fresh Skin Super Boost Moisturising Serum

Elemis Fresh Skin SUper Boost Moisturising Serum

Elemis Fresh Skin SUper Boost Moisturising Serum Good Moisturiser Young Skin

Elemis is a brand I have always been intrigued but they are definitely a luxury brand, and they are just a little bit out of my price range! The Elemis Fresh Skin line is aimed at young skin (they say 16 to 25) and is much more affordable than the regular line, it’s still by no means cheap but it’s comparable to Clinique or Liz Earle’s pricing.

The Fresh Skin range will soon be launched at Superdrug, making it an easy to find and affordable option, for most. I was sent the Fresh Skin Super Boost Moisturising Serum to try.

The packaging is simple, functional but still nice enough to have on your dressing table. As with all Elemis products, the box carries the Elemis promise; all their products are free from Parabens, SLS, SLES, DEA, Mineral Oil, Artificial Colours and Silicones. Elemis focus on high performance natural ingredients and the lack of nasties in them make them a good option for all skin types.

This has a gorgeous texture, it’s really light and sinks in quickly, but still manages to be really moisturising. I have been using this morning and night, and I find it moisturising enough for my oily/sensitive skin, but if your skin needs more moisture you could follow it with a moisturiser.

I have loved using this product and I will definitely be buying it when it runs out, and will be checking out the moisturisers when they launch in store. If you don’t like heavy night creams or need an extra kick of moisture in your routine, this product is well worth a look.

Elemis Fresh Skin Super Boost Serum costs £18, and will be available at Superdrug.

Have you tried any products from Elemis?

Disclosure – Product sent by PR for consideration.

1 comment:

  1. Great review, I absolutely love Elemis products. Got quite a few on the go at the moment.
    Wish this range was out while I was still in that age range lol!
    I know what you mean about being pricey. You should keep an eye out on QVC, I've never paid full price for any of my Elemis products. You can pick up over £100 worth of products for around £40 a lot of the time :)