Thursday, 9 July 2020

Summer Skincare with Emma Hardie

One question that comes up time and time again with skincare is whether or not you should switch up your skincare for the Summer months. The team over at Emma Hardie, who recently their advice on combatting sluggish skin, have some great advice on switching up your skincare, which I am sharing with you.
Summer Skincare with Emma Hardie
Naturally in the Summer months, with the warmer weather, we don't need to rely on heavy or rich formulas like we would do in the winter months, but that doesn't mean you can throw your skincare routine out of the window, but instead just tweak it slightly and these are the suggestions:

Emma Hardie Light Moringa Gel (£34) - This cleansing gel is just delightful and is perfect for using to complete the morning cleanse and is described as being the lighter alternative to the iconic classic that is the Moringa Cleansing Balm, which I also adore!
Summer Skincare with Emma Hardie
This lightweight gel offers that same uplifting scent you get from the balm and it so refreshing. It uses nourishing Moringa and Sweet Almond Oil which leave your skin feeling supple, then we have Omega 6, Vitamin E and essential fatty acids which work to moisturise, smooth and soften. Sea Fennel Extract and Moringa Seed Peptides then help to reinforce the skin’s barrier function to help protect against the damaging effect of environmental aggressors such as harsh weather conditions and pollution. You can read a full review on the Moringa Light Cleansing Gel here on my blog.

Emma Hardie Plump & Glow Hydrating Mist (£42)- with its innovative packaging this mist is the first-ever in a tube form, making it so easy to carry around with you, have on your desk, in the bathroom or wherever else you store such products.
Summer Skincare with Emma Hardie
Perfect for use if you have a bit of a hot flush, feel a bit flustered, need an afternoon refresh or even just because you can. Formulate using hyaluronic acid to aid hydration, cooling watermint and Aloe Vera for soothing and refreshing the skin plus it also contains tiny gold pigments which boost the skin's luminosity. The most important ingredient for me, however, is the use of Glycofilm™ 2% technology which provides a 'second skin' to protect cells from the damaging effects of daily pollution and provides invisible colour correction to balance redness, leaving skin fresh and radiant. This mist is something that can be used all year round.

Emma Hardie Protect & Prime SPF30 (£46) - This is such an amazing product (review here) and one I have gone through tubes of since I was first introduced to it. We all know that wearing SPF should come as naturally as putting on your bra or your socks, but for some reason, so many people just don't wear any form of SPF, unless it is hot or they are on holiday. However, that is a whole different blog post.
Summer Skincare with Emma Hardie
With its SPF30, Protect and Prime is a lightweight, non-greasy skin protecting and priming cream and it doesn't feel gloopy, it isn't thick and it doesn't leave white residue once applied. Packed full of amazing ingredients such as Mongongo Oil, Oat Extract and Vitamin E together they work to protect and guard the skin against premature ageing, sun damage and environmental exposure. It also has a unique light-diffusing formulation to prime the skin and even out the complexion as well as helping to blur the appearance of fine lines and pores.

So there you have a tweaked but incredible skincare routine for the Summer months, plus it also acts as a great introduction to Emma Hardie as a brand if you are yet to try any products. You can find them all available here via both Cult Beauty* and Emma Hardie.










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5 comments:

  1. I absolutely love that gel for summer mornings and the mist is really beautiful! x

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  2. I'm of that age when hot flushes are becoming more common, so I think the Emma Hardie Plump & Glow Hydrating Mist will be just perfect for me. thanks, Mich x

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  3. I am all for a primer that is full of SPF! I use a La Roche Posay one at the moment.

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  4. Great recommendation! For my skincare in winter I use always morningsonggardens.com/dry-skin/. But I have no good skincare for summer til now. Will try this one! :)

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