I spoke about the Wishtrend Fortune Box at the end of January (here) and this was one of the products I was looking forward to. Klairs is a name I have seen floating around the beauty world for quite some time and I wanted a piece of the action.
Designed to make the skin feel softer and replenished, this cream is suitable for all skin types. Whilst finding out a little more about the product, I found out that it was/had:
-no artificial colouring
-no animal testing
A big thumbs up in my book! Although I am not as clued up on chemical nasties as others may be, I am starting to take an active role in moving away from products that contain them. I used this after my toner, gently patting onto my face like suggested. Did I notice softer skin? Not at first. Was it soothing and moisturising, like the name claims? Yes and no – I definitely felt it doing its work and it left me feeling quite relaxed but I wouldn’t say it definitely soothed my skin.
Although I didn’t notice a difference straight away, over the past few weeks that I have been using this I have noticed that my skin is a little softer and a little more supple. Ever since Christmas, work and home life has been hectic and more than a little stressful and my skin was starting to feel the strain. Obviously, the glory cannot all be given to this product, I use a variety of products in my skincare routine but this definitely contributes to making my skin look a little less haggard, a little more glowing.
Have you ever tried any Klairs products before?
I have tried various high street alternatives but was always told that the original formula’s were different and sometimes even better to the ones we know and love on our high street.
If you follow me on Twitter, you will probably know that I moan about the state of my skin on a regular basis. I was sceptical and perhaps a little unsure of using a snail cream on my face, but after taking a look at just what mucin can do to aid the skin, I bit the bullet and gave it a go.
After applying for a month, I can happily say that although not perfect, the state of my skin has definitely improved with daily usage of this cream.* I have had a tough time trying to persuade my friends and family that snail cream is actually good for you, though! A little of this cream definitely goes a long way, I’ve barely made a dent in the amount!
The ElishaCoy Skin Repairing Snail Cream retails on the Wishtrend website for $42.80 which roughly converts to £26.72. This is obviously not the cheapest of beauty fixes but when something works, price is only an object.
I will definitely be repurchasing this once I’ve finished my tub (which may not be for a while!) – my skin deserves all the love and attention it can get!