When it comes to skincare, I have found amazing high-end products like the Emma Hardie Moringa Cleansing Balm that I’m happy to spend on each time. Likewise, some of my favourites cost less than £5 from Superdrug and have completely changed the way my skin feels for the better.
That might be what I love so much about skincare – you never tell when you’re about to find a game-changing moisturiser or the best lip balm yet.
For the past six weeks, I’ve been testing some new goodies from Serumtologie that I was very kindly sent to try out. The cruelty-free, vegan skincare brand is new to my radar, so what better way to bring them into the spotlight than a blog post! I don’t often write dedicated posts for gifted products, but these are certainly worth mentioning.
C Serum 22
Serumtologie’s most famous product is the Vitamin C serum. I was most excited to try this one, as I love using either the Image Vitamin C serum (more of a creamy texture) or the Lumene Glow Essence on my skin daily. It’s always handy to have something to compare it to.
A complete antioxidant, the Vitamin C in this serum is at a 22% concentration rate, meaning it really does pack a punch yet caused no irritation at all, even on my sensitive skin.
It absorbs quickly and slotted happily into my morning skincare routine. I use around six drops for my whole face – after over a month I have barely made a dent in it. With hyaluronic acid too, it deeply hydrates and protects from UV damage. That makes a girl who wears SPF 50 daily feel very happy.
PURE Whipped Chiffon Moisturizer
I mean, even just the name “Whipped Chiffon Moisturizer.” sounds so luxurious. I can vouch for the fact that it really is.
At around £25 for the large 130g tub, you can’t even tell I’ve used it after daily use. A little goes a long way.
The moisturiser is a lightweight formula that feels nourishing. Ideally you’d pair it with the serum come the morning, but it stands brilliantly as a product alone. I’ve actually taken to applying this to any dry patches on my body too, as it feels so hydrating yet sinks in easily.
You can actually find both products in a bundle here for around £40.
Shipping to the UK costs just under £10, so it’s worth keeping in mind if you do decide to place an order from here in the UK. The products are priced well for the quality, and I don’t mind paying more for cruelty-free brands either.
P.S, the code MBEAUTY20 will get you 20% off the products on your first order on Serumtologie. If you do decide to try, I’d love to know what you think of them!