Change Your Skincare Game (ft Biore, Medik8, Obagi & more)

I never get bored of trying out new beauty products - it's time to share some of the latest pieces that have made their way into my mailbox.

Moments4Me Lifting Bio-Cellulose Face Mask
Using a sheet mask on the regular has changed my skincare game. Off the back of having my Picosure Skin Laser treatments with Skiinsure Laser Clinics, I'm extra aware of looking after my skin and keeping it looking its best. By using a really hydrating sheet mask a couple of times a week my skin stays looking plump and hydrated all week long. One of the latest sheet masks I've tried is the Lifting Face Mask from Moments4Me. This sheet mask is packed full of product, which I always find is the sign that you've found a good one, and aims to help fight various signs of ageing by making your skin firmer and taking away fine lines and wrinkles. Only using one I can't comment on those claims, but I can tell you it left my skin feeling nice and soft, hydrated and plump.

Jurlique Rose Hand Cream
This hand cream has a fairly strong rose scent, so if you're not a fan of that or scents in general this probably isn't the one for you. The cream contains Rose Gallica Flower Extract which is grown at an organic farm in the South Australian hills. I found this to be a little thicker then a lot of hand creams I've used, but I found it sinks in really quickly and left my hands feeling really smooth.

Medik8 Super C30 Antioxidant Serum
I found this serum to be a little bit oily for me, but if this is a serum that suits you, a little goes a long way and it does seem to sink in nicely. Some other great features of the serum are that it is paraben free, palm oil free, vegan friendly, alcohol free and cruelty free.
Bioderma Micelle Solution / Hydrabio / Sebium
I've been a fan of Bioderma Micelle Water for ages and I've used the sensitive skin formula plenty of times. I find their micelle water is not only great as a toner, it easily removes any remaining makeup. They also have formulas for dehydrated (blue packaging) and oiler skin (green packaging), which I find perfect as my skin can change between the two.

Obagi Serums
20% L-Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C Serum
This serum contains powerful antioxidants to help make your complexion clearer and brighter. I found this serum sinks quite quickly into the skin and left my skin feeling quite smooth. If your skin needs a Vitamin C kick these products are the way to go.

10% L-Ascorbic Acid Vitamin C Serum
Compared to the 20% serum, this one felt oilier to me, a bit like the Medik8 serum and it didn't sink as quickly, which ruled this one out for me. But if an oiler formula is something your skin doesn't mind, with this brands good product track record, I would probably recommend giving this a shot.

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