REN Resurfacing AHA Concentrate – £30
Origins Spot Remover Pads – £22
Eve Lom Intense Hydration Serum – £75 *
It’s no secret that I am addicted to skincare, so I just had to post about a few new pieces of skincare I have added in to my routine recently.
I had heard about Eve Lom before and seen it in Space NK but never had the chance to give it a whirl, it’s rather pricey but I really believe skincare (along with foundation) is something that’s worth spending money on. I’ve been using the Eve Lom Morning Cleanser recently, it’s a lovely lightweight balm which you apply to dry skin, massage in and leave for a couple of minutes in the morning, before wiping off with warm water. I love cleansing balms and this has to be king of them all, it leaves my skin looking so healthy and glowing.
After this, I pop on the Eve Lom Intense Hydration Serum, another pricey number which I’m not sure I could justify purchasing but oooh it’s absolutely worth it. My skin seems to adore this (honestly, such expensive taste this face has!), I apply it morning and night for an intense concentration of hydration and my skin feels so soft and looks a lot healthier after use. You only need a small amount so I’m expecting to get a fair amount of use out of this bottle of gold. It used Hyaluronic Acid to leave skin looking plumped and hydrated.
Next up is a product that I’ve had for a little while now but I’ve only just come to truly appreciate. RENs AHA Concentrate is a bit like the Alpha H Liquid Gold, but not as harsh. I find myself reaching for the REN version a lot more as it seems to agree with my skin so much more. I try to apply this neat, without moisturiser or anything afterwards as I think these types of products work best like that, I use it at night and in the morning it’s like I have the skin of a baby! It’s so soft and smooth and looks a lot healthier.
I probably use this three times a week and I love the results it gives.