Skinesis Ultimate Cleanse (£40 here)- In my opinion good skin starts with a good cleanser as if you aren’t getting all your makeup off properly you will be waking up with clogged, congested, dull skin. I love that this cleanser comes in a pump bottle as it means you don’t need to stick your fingers in a pot (um… Emma Hardy.) but it’s still got a great balm texture. It removed makeup really easily and has a very luxurious feel to it. I reach for this mainly if I am wearing a lot of makeup or have had a long day and really massage it into my skin before removing it with a cloth.
Skinesis Anti-ageing Day Cream (£43 here)- This cream goes on beautifully, keeping skin hydrated all day without being too heavy and the SPF 15 is definitely a plus now that we are coming into spring. It’s quite a luxury face cream with an expensive price tag and although I would usually suggest getting a cheaper day cream this one is one of the best I have tried.
Skinesis Intense Hydrating Booster (£57 here)- This is a pre-moisturiser product which helps maximise the benefits of the products you put on after (think Hydraluron) and it really does work. If you feel you are happy with your current skincare but feel you need a little extra boost this could really help.
Skinesis Overnight Facial (£45 here)- This has to be the best known product from the range, everyone raves about it! It’s an overnight serum/oil which leaves your skin beautifully hydrated the next morning. I’d be lying if I said I don’t often apply only this after a good cleanse and a possible tone. It really brightens up the complexion leaving skin radiant and glowy. The perfect go-to product the night before an early morning or a big event.
Have you tried any Sarah Chapman products? Keep an eye out in my favourites, I’m sure some Sarah Chapman products will make an appearance!