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ESPA Skincare

ESPA Skincare

ESPA have over 450 spas in 50 different countries, so it comes as no surprise that they have a lot of experience in dealing with skincare. Their products are paraben free and they use the purest ingredients for each of their products. 

ESPA Hydrating Cleansing Milk* This sweet almond, marshmallow scented cleanser gently cleanses the skin whilst removing any dirt leaving it supple and balanced. It's ideal for removing make up or just cleansing the skin from daily impurities.

ESPA Balancing Herbal Spafresh* A fusion of peppermint, witch hazel and elderflower, this toner helps to refine pores whilst tackling breakouts. Decanted into a spritz bottle, this is a great toning spritz to use after cleansing.

ESPA 24 Hour Balancing Moisturiser* This deep, enriching and non-oily moisturiser boasts ingredients such as myrrh, frankincense and neroli which are said to give soft and supple skin whilst protecting the skin against  harsh environmental factors. As we're right in the middle of winter this has been a saviour to combat any dry skin that I have.

ESPA Optimal Skin Pro Serum* Enriched with Omega 3, 6 & 9 and other beneficial ingredients, this serum helps to brighten the skin, even the skin tone and help with signs of aging. A little goes a long way and it certainly does make dull skin come alive.

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Yves Rocher Flawless Finish Corrector Concealer

Yves Rocher Corrective Concealer Review

Yves Rocher Flawless Finish Corrector Concealer* (£9.45)

Concealers are a key item in my make up bag and day-to-day routine. I love the way they can make an instant difference to my face and hide a multitude of flaws. Corrective concealers can be a bit hit and miss for me, they either work beautifully or fail terribly. Something I've been trying out recently is this rose-infused corrector which aims to conceal small imperfections. The formula is enriched with musk rose oil and damask rose extract and it's pigments, coated with rose wax. Despite it's dinky 5g pot, a little does go along way. To use it, I gently warm the concealer up with the tip of my finger and apply where necessary. It's perfect for correcting redness for spots as it really tones down the visibility . It also works under the eyes although it can crease a little if not set with a powder. If you're on the hunt for a corrective concealer which is easy to blend and work with this may be your answer.

What's your favourite corrective concealer?