This post is sponsored by Erborian. Use code KATE20 for 20% off most things on their site. Now, I always like to try beauty things out for at least 4 weeks before I can recommend them. I was supposed to write this post last month but I needed to be sure the SKIN THERAPY NIGHT OIL did what is says on the tin. Happy to report that after over a month of using it, that it really does. My skin feels much more even, less red and the texture is just, well, better. I don’t see a difference with wrinkles if I’m honest, but I don’t think any potion can really do that.
You don’t have to use it every night either, what I have been doing is alternating the Erborian Skin Therapy night oil with my retinol and night cream combo, every other night. You only need a small amount of the oil, a little goes a long way. It’s also weirdly not oily, I have oily skin so I often shy away from face oils, but this one sinks in so quickly and completely non greasy. I’m a convert.
Here’s the facts: SKIN THERAPY works on 7 ASPECTS of the skin:
• Skin texture
• Complexion even-ness
• Fine lines & Wrinkles
It contains 17 PLANT EXTRACTS including:
• BAMBOO to moisturise and maintain skin hydration.
• Antioxidant FERMENTED YUZU to improve skin tone evenness.
• RED PEPPER to boost skin’s natural radiance while remaining gentle on the skin.
• WHITE GINSENG to fight the signs of aging.
• RED GINSENG to help improve skin firmness.
• CENTELLA ASIATICA, c to help relieve skin discomfort.
The night oil serum is also enriched with:
• Hyaluronic acid: Plumps the skin and prevents dehydration.
• Squalane: A lipid that occurs naturally in the skin, which nourishes the skin.
• PHA: A chemical exfoliant that removes dead cells and supports cell renewal. It gently smoothes and improves the texture of the skin.
• Bisabolol: A soothing active ingredient that helps to relieve discomfort.
• Zinc PCA: A mineral that helps to reduce the appearance of blemishes.
If you fancy trying it, my code KATE20 gets you 20% off (including the smaller 10ml size if you don’t want to go all-in) that code also works on most things on the Erborian site, (some exclusions apply)