If you are familiar with my blog you will know I am a massive fan of skincare and have great fervor for the Liz Earle brand in particular.
I have been using the much loved Cleanse & Polish cream cleanser for years and more recently have been consistent with using the Liz Earle skin tonic and skin repair moisturiser for which my skin is thankful! It has never looked so bright, fresh and healthy!
As I begrudgingly tiptoed into my 30’s I noticed that my skin was changing. It has shifted from being normal/combination to feeling tight, dry yet with oily patches and still prone to the odd hormonal break out (particularly around my chin and jaw line). I had read lots of beauty bloggers and watched YouTubers singing the praises of using a facial oil and how transformative this step in your skincare routine can be.
I tried a 2ml sample of the Liz Earle Superskin Concentrate as part of my bumper QVC purchase and thought I’d give this facial oil a good test. I kept all other steps to my skin care routine the same as means to give this oil a fair trial. I used this every other night as the step before applying my moisturiser.
I warm a couple of drops of this wonderful concentrate in my hands before gently massaging it into my face, first in small circles and then using upward motions as suggested in the directions with the product. The oil has a light texture and consistency and a beautifully delicate rose and neuroli scent which is such a treat, not only for the face but for the senses. A real spa-like treatment which you can achieve in the comfort of your own home. I take my time when massaging this into my face as I have read a beauty tip that it is beneficial for your skin to spend time massaging it to boost the blood flow which promotes regeneration and absorption of any skincare product – plus it is relaxing to indulge yourself to a face massage – be kind to yourself.
After massaging in the oil – which absorbs very quickly to the face leaving it super soft I then apply my moisturiser of choice which is currently the Liz Earle Skin Repair for dry sensitive skin. When I’ve used the skin concentrate I wake up with beautifully fresh, plumped skin which has a real glow about it.
This skin concentrate oil is wonderfully balancing and is great on oily and dry skin – balancing oily skin and soothing any breakouts and beautifully hydrating for dry parched skin.
The 2ml sample lasted me a few weeks so I just had to purchase the full size which is on the pricey side. This 28ml tube set me back £42.75 so it was a considered purchase but I do feel that skincare is worth it and is a good investment.
Let me know if you have tried this skin concentrate or any other facial oil. I love reading and replying to your comments.
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