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Wednesday, 20 April 2016

REVIEW: Lush Full Of Grace Serum

The Full of Grace Serum from Lush (aka. heaven) is my most recent 'can't live without' purchase.



Lately I've been getting hormonal spots around my chin, you know the under the skin ones that hurt SO bad? Yeah, those. I was finding it really hard to treat these until I popped into Lush and asked a lovely lady if she could help me!

She recommended the serum to use daily along with the Catastrophe Cosmetic face mask to use a few times a week, if you layer this over the serum it works really well.

At first I was a little skeptical, I already have slightly oily skin and the serum just looked like it would make it worse. But it has an ingredient in it called calamine powder which is amazing if you have oily or spot prone skin, it works wonders.




Put the serum on after you've taken off your make-up and you're all settled for the night. It's basically like a bar of soap which melts into a serum as you rub it on your face. It will stay shiny for ages and doesn't soak in very quickly so don't put it on if you're expecting it to have disappeared 5 minutes later!

When you wake up in the morning my skin will not only feels silky smooth, but any spots I have will begin to dry up, much quicker than they would have without the serum! I've definitely noticed a reduction in oil on my nose too (my biggest problem area).

At first I thought the price was pretty steep, £8.25 for a small bar. But when you think about it, you'd pay more than that for a serum in a bottle, so why is this much different? I also realised that this price is definitely worth it.




Overall I absolutely love this product, I'm now on my second bar and I'm sure there will be many more to come!

If you fancy taking a look then it can be purchased from the Lush website here.


Do you have any skin products that have worked with oily/spot prone skin? Please let me know!


Lots of Love,

Elise Rose

xxx


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