Monday 27 November 2017

YourGoodSkin by Boots

There has been a lot of hype on blogs and in print media about Your Good Skin ad if you havent heard about it, I am not too sure where you have been. hailing from Boots, it is their first skincare line for 15 years and it has has been developed with the help of Boots customers, cosmetic scientists and dermatologists.  Across the range there are Concentrates, Moisturisers, Cleansers, Scrubs, a Face Mask, Toners, Base Products and products for being on the go. 
YourGoodSkin by Boots
I was kindly sent three products from the range which I have been using for quite some time now and they are what I am sharing within this post.  Like most people, I love trying new products, especially ones which, like Your Good Skin, are designed to restore, maintain and support the skins natural balance.

The first product I have been using is the hero product, the one everyone has been talking about and the one which has been referred to as 'flying off the shelves' and it is the Balancing Skin Concentrate (£16.99).  Described as being a unique and lightweight concentrate, the Balancing Skin Concentrate is clinically proven to improve the five key signs of visibly healthy skin: skin texture, skin tone evenness, moisture levels, radiance and oiliness.  Designed to target the signs of skin imbalance, it aims to deliver hydrated healthy-looking skin in just 28 days.
YourGoodSkin by Boots
To use it, all you need to do is dispense just two pumps into the palm of your hand and massage onto and into the skin, two pumps is more than enough and because it is so lightweight, not only does a little go a long way, less is more on this occasion and it absorbs really quickly and you should use it twice a day. I really like how this feels on the skin and simply love everything about from the packaging which comes with a handy little guide so you can see how long you have been using it and how much you have to left, to how my skins feel after application and how it looks.  It literally is as soon as it claims to be.

The second product is The Nourishing Hot Cloth Cleanser (£8.99). Described as being indulgent and nourishing the creamy cleanser works to remove makeup, dirt, grime and anything else that might be lurking on your skin.  Using the pure cotton clothes which are included in the box, they work to gently polish the skin, gently scrubbing away dead skin cells so that your complexion looks refreshed, radiant and healthly.

YourGoodSkin by Boots

On the skin this hot cloth cleanser is smooth, soothing and as described it is definitely creamy. What I really love is how it doesn't leave my skin feeling dry and stripped afterwards. Using ingredients such as Green Tea, Vitamin C and Bisabolol ( essential oil from German Chamomile) used for it's healing and anti inflammatory properties, it is suitable for even sensitive skin types.

The final product is the Anti-Oxidant Day Cream with SPF30. If you like your creams to be lightweight and silky smooth then you will love this and it has SPF30 which gets a massive thumbs up from me.  Described as being a light fluid formula which slip slides over the skin, this hydrating cream will leave the skin soft and protected from UV Damage.
YourGoodSkin by Boots
I have been applying this cream after using the concentrate daily and I haven't had one single breakout, my skin hasn't reacted but what I have noticed is that my skin not only looks smoother, it feels smoother to the touch, it is definitely hydrated. Priced at just £7.99 it is an absolute bargain to be had.

I have been blown away by how amazing these three products are and they have left me wanting to try even more products from the range. The best part of all of this? It is currently on offer right now in Boots, so grab it quick HERE

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