Tag: Elemis review

Elemis Pro-Collagen Advanced Eye Treatment Review

There are a lot of debates on whether to use eye creams or not and if so when to start.  I personally use eye cream but not religiously and I have  started several years ago (I am in my mid twenties).  The reason for that is my dry skin which really needs  to be hydrated and moisturized in such a delicate area as my skin type is prone to early fine lines.

I have been using  Elemis Pro-Collagen Advanced Eye Treatment for about two months now so I am ready to tell you my opinion.

Because of my age, I can’t report about any drastic improvements, as I obviously don’t have very noticeable wrinkles or fine lines just yet. But I did notice amazing results because of using this treatment. The skin around the eyes  feels

Elemis Best of British Celebration Collection Review and Photos

Recently I have mentioned that I want to re-purchase my Elemis Treat Your Feet Foot Cream. So when I was about to order it,  brand’s Best Of British Celebration Collection caught my attention.

Foot cream actually retails for £16 while this set is only £15 and you get this foot cream, two mini sized products ( Elemis [email protected] Tranquil Touch Indulgent Bath Elixir 50ml and Elemis [email protected] Tranquil Touch Creamy Body Wash 50ml) and a makeup bag.

I’ve had all the products previously and loved them so was excited to get the set! Click the links to read my detailed reviews.

I am a huge Elemis fan and would totally

Used Up Products: Elemis, Clarins, Vichy, Apivita. LUSH, Lancome and Philip Kingsley

I actually love  seeing what products other people finished and what products they re-purchased (even more). So I thought I’d show you some of the products that I have finished.

Although I love trying new products very much, some I re-purchase, as I find them to be amazing. Unfortunately, I have already thrown away most of the packages but here is what is left.

Two Shampoos

Vichy Dercos Shampooing Treatment Oil Control

I actually really liked this for summer as it cleaned my hair nicely without stripping it. I would re-purchase but I have already ordered a Cowshed shampoo which I’ve wanted to try for a long time already.

Philip Kingsley Body Building Shampoo

Unfortunately, this shampoo did not work for me because my hair got greasy after about 1.5 days which was not good at all.  I would try other shampoo from the range but would not get this one again. I am actually taking PK vitamins for hair for the second month already (the course is four months) and I think I can see some improvements already. But will update on that in September.

Two Elemis products

Elemis tranquil Touch Body Polish (review here)

I had to cut the packaging to get every single drop of this product. I have actually purchased the second tube already. Next time I plan to get their mint scrub as it’s the only scrub from the brand I haven’t tried yet. Their Exotic Lime and Ginger Salt Glow is brilliant, too.

Elemis  Treat Your Feet Foot Cream (review here)

This has to be the best foot cream I have ever tried! It is very effective and the scent is to die for. Whenever I use it and someone is around, I always get asked about it. And, yes, I have ordered one more tube last week. I highly

Elemis Papaya Enzyme Peel Review and Photos. And the Best Of British Collection

Elemis Papaya Enzyme Peel has been my exfoliator of choice for the last two years or more, so I am not sure why I never wrote about it.

This year Elemis actually celebrates 10th anniversary of this, already a cult product, and teamed up with British designer Laura Oakes to create this special edition tropical design. Elemis has also teamed up with SOCCO; for every product sold, Elemis will provide ‘5-in-1 Pentavalent vaccine to immunise a child in Africa agains 5 leading diseases.’

I was actually sent the product with a special edition design to show you, so here it is.

So how does it work?

Papaya Enzyme peel is a

Elemis Pro-Radiance Hand Cream Review and Photos

I am a huge fan of Elemis Pro-Radiance Body Cream so I was having huge expectations for this hand cream.

I have been using it for several weeks already so am finally ready to tell my opinion.

It has a smooth and luxurious but not greasy texture which absorbs pretty fast without leaving an oily residue and  makes the hands feel nourished and moisturized. I find that the feeling lasts for a long time and my hands and nails definitely started looking and feeling better after I’ve been using it. It totally saved my hands in the cold winter months and improved the condition of hands and nails in general.

Unfortunately,  I can’t find the box to take a photo of the ingredients but some of them are: milk protein, avellana seed oil, rare anti-ageing omega 7, camellia, virgin plum and macadamia.

It is expensive: £24 for 100 ml from Feel Unique but I will definitely purchase it once this tube which I’ve got from Elemis runs out.