If you fancy adding some luxury items to your skincare collection then you have come to the right place. And if not I suggest you hang around regardless and admire the beauty of the aesthetically pleasing products in today’s post.
There has been a lot of Sunday Riley love on here recently which hasn’t faltered with my latest discovery, Good Genes. This multi-tasking treatment serum was created to exfoliate, brighten and plump the skin. Key ingredient is Lactic Acid which exfoliates and firms the skin. In addition licorice, squaline and yeast extract work in synergy to reduce inflammation, brighten and repair the skin. Whilst strengthening the natural barrier function.
Sunday Riley products tend to be potent and Good Genes didn’t disappoint. It noticeably brightened and smoothed my skin after the first use. I found with daily as my skin became a little sensitive. A few times a week as a serum seems to be enough for me.
At 130€ this isn’t cheap but Sunday Riley products are a pleasure to use and they look amazing in the bathroom. So, if you can afford it then I say give it a try and see for yourself. There are other options if this is out of your price range. Paula’s Choice offer similar corrective serums minus the beautiful packaging. If it’s purely results you’re after then Paula’s Choice is a great option.
Next up is KOSHO Creamy Cleansing, an all-natural foaming face wash with organic Matcha tea. This is another range that looks great in the bathroom. Yet it was the use of Matcha that caught my attention. Matcha contains large amounts of antioxidants which are great for our skin. I prefer mild cleansers and despite this being a foaming cleanser it remained very gentle. My skin soft always feels bright and gently hydrated. The fragrance doesn’t remind me somehow of tea. I thought it might so I’m interested to know how the other products smell. It comes packaged in a very nice green box for that luxurious feeling. It’s a very nice cleanser but it didn’t wow me at all. It would be interesting to try more from the range. So far the jury’s out.