Monday, 20 July 2015

Kiehl's #ChangeYourSkin Challenge ~ week 4.. The Conclusion

I can't believe this is the last post already.  The 28 day #ChangeYourSkin challenge with Kiehl's has come to an end and it has been an easy, non-complicated journey.
I was really impressed with the Kiehl's skincare range I received. It was easy to use, the scent of the products was really non-existent and in the Midnight Recovery Concentrate it was super soothing. The formulations were light, easy to decant, quickly absorbed into the skin and left no residue. I truely couldn't ask for more when it comes to skincare products.






Now if you know me well, no review is complete without a little ingredient analysis! So here it goes...



Kiehl's Clearly Corrective Dark Spot Solution:

~ first ingredient "aqua/water" this! doesn't require an explanation, there could be no better way to start an ingredient list. Water = hydration and we all need it.

~ propylene glycol - attracts moisture to the skin and helps to keep it supple.

~ glycerine - a great ingredient. This is a humectant which draws moisture from the air to the skin.


Kiehl's Hydro-Plumping Re-texturising Serum Concentrate:

~ first two ingredients are aqua and glycerin, as mentioned above, this is all about hydrating the skin, keeping the skin plump and supple.

~ dimethicone - this is a type of silicone that protects the skin, helps the product to glide onto the skin more easily and lubricates the skin surface.

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Kiehl's Midnight Recovery Concentrate:

~ caprylic/capryic tryglyceride, this is derived from coconut oil and glycerine. This helps to nourish, moisturise and replenish the skin. We know this skin does most of its recovery at night and what better way to assist it than with this type of ingredient 

~dicaprylyl carbonate, this acts as an protective film on the skin, and enhances the skin's own lipid/oil layer. This also gives the product the light non-greasy feel.

~ squalene, this is an super antioxidant - it protects the skin from free radicals, minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and mimics your skin's lipid layer and helps restore it's balance.


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After:




Would I recommend these products? Yes, definitely, if you are serious about skincare and looking after the health of your skin, this is the type of product you need to go for!

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