What is it? Fresh Skin is the younger sister line to the long established and well loved Elemis brand. Elemis prides itself on a balance of natural ingredients powered by science and cutting-edge technology. The products really work, with Pro Collagen Marine Cream, £76.60, and Papaya Enzyme Peel, £28.60, being EBT favourites, but they don’t come cheap. Fresh Skin products contain natural ingredients (like rosehip seed oil and goji berry) that cleanse and hydrate, but don’t need the level of technology that anti-ageing products require, so the cost is perfectly suited to a teen to twenties budget.
The range: Fresh Skin is made up of eight products aimed at girls from teens to mid twenties. It includes two cleansers, two masks, a day moisturiser and a night version, an eye cream, lip balm and face wipes. It’s a concise range that suits a busy lifestyle.
What is it? The Daily Energizers range is aimed at older teens from eighteen to late twenties, essentially young women who are no longer on the ‘hormonal rollercoaster’ of teenage years, but don’t feel ready for a heavy anti-ageing regime.
The range: A concise range, with the aim of getting skin radiant and glowing, there are five products and three steps. The Daily Energizer Wake-up Booster, £15 is a liquid gel that you use in place of a traditional cleanser first thing, then there are three moisturisers (depending on your skin’s needs - a cream-gel, cream or lotion with spf 15, £19.50 each) and finally, a Cleansing Gel, £10.50, that removes make-up and dirt build-up. Key ingredients include Ginko Biloba to boost radiance and Vitamin C to energise the skin and green coffee to tone.
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