Following my recent cleansing rants, the imminent launch of a double cleansing regime was music to my ears! Super Facialist is the creation of Una Brennan, Notting Hill based facialist to the stars who originally hails from my part of the world, Northern Ireland.
This affordable range is designed to deliver high performance pampering at home, using quality essential oils, natural ingredients and actives and is exclusive to Boots. Products are divided into three regimes:
- Hydrate - Rose
- Deep Clean - Tea Flower
- Firming - Neroli
“The expert formulations combine science with nature to deliver the most effective results and pleasurable experience. Advanced actives Hyaluronic Acid, Salicylic Acid and unique Peptides have all been hand selected for their proven skincare benefits, carefully balanced with natural extracts ensuring excellent results.”
My darling postie delivered these two Rose Hydrate products just in time for me to try them before applying my makeup today. I wouldn’t normally blog about skincare until I’ve tested it for around 4 weeks - and obviously can’t give a proper verdict just yet, but these smell and feel so divine I wanted to tell you about them right now!
Obviously you don’t need to use both of these products to double cleanse, but they have been designed to be used in such a way, just as a facialist would do. The idea is that you firstly massage your face with the Miracle Makeover Facial Oil to loosen impurities, remove with a hot cloth, then follow with the wash off Calming Creamy Cleanser.
I am not normally a fan of rose products, but these smell incredible… like someone has just wafted past with a bouquet of the real thing.
The oil felt fabulous massaged into my skin and the creamy cleanser is proper thick-and-rich-creamy, exactly what you want from hydrating skincare!
Several products from the range (inc Rose Hydrate Miracle Makeover Facial Oil) will be available in the new Boots ‘latest finds’ area, from July 13th. The rest of the Super Facialist range will be available from leading Boots stores and Boots online from August 2012.
The oil is £14.99 for 30ml and the cleanser, £7.99 for 150ml. Time will tell how they work on my skin, but the look, feel, smell and ingredients list give the impression of a much more expensive product.