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11th December 2017

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Lixir and The Ordinary Review

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Please find below the links to the products I spoke about in today’s video

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Lixir Electrogel Cleanser - £25
WHO:
Lixir launched in 2017 and is focused on cosmetic science and great ingredients, both natural and chemistry.
KEY INGREDIENTS:
Contains calming ingredients such as geranium, sage and chamomile.
WHY I LOVE IT:
It’s a cream cleanser that breaks down all makeup and smells lovely and fresh. I like to use this with my Foreo, but you could leave it on and use it as a mask. This doesn’t leave my skin oily, but doesn’t leave it tight either.

LIXIR Vitamin C Paste - £32
KEY INGREDIENTS:
Vitamin C to brighten the skin and even out pigmentation.
WHY I LOVE IT:
The consistency of this product is jelly-like, for me, a new way of applying vitamin C. I use this as a mask and it tingles when applied. I like that after removing, my skin feels toned and not sticky or dry.

Lixir Universal Emulsion - £29
KEY INGREDIENTS:
It contains ylang ylang which is great at balancing oils and soothing irritations.
WHY I LOVE IT:
This is a basic moisturiser that holds in hydration. It contains natural SPF 10 and penetrates into the skin easily. This could be a product that you could use anywhere.

Lixir Night Switch BHA/ AHA 10% - £20
A night solution containing lactic acid for hydration, salicylic acid to help unclog pores and azelaic acid to control oil production.

Lixir PHA/ AHA 10% - £20
This is another night-time exfoliator that aims to encourage cell turnover and renew skin overnight. It contains lactic acid for hydration, lactobionic acid to reduce oxidative stress and phytic acid to help eliminate heavy metals to detoxify the skin.

NIOD Copper Amino Isolate Serum - £38
WHO:
A brand under the umbrella of Deciem, founded in 2013 by Brandon Truaxe. Deciem describes themselves as ‘The Abnormal Beauty Company’ because of their use of cutting-edge science at modest price points.
KEY INGREDIENTS:
An anti-ageing serum containing 2% of pure GHK peptide which supports collagen production.
WHY I LOVE IT:
I like to use this straight after cleansing, before anything else. I find that this really works to help prep the skin for subsequent products.

Trilogy Hydrating Toner - £18.50
WHO:
Trilogy launched in 2002 by two New Zealand sisters Sarah Gibbs and Catherine de Groot who have a passion for creating natural skincare.
KEY INGREDIENTS:
Contains rose, geranium and lavender for uplifting hydration.
WHY I LOVE IT:
I find this to be a really hydrating toner, and the smell is divine – it’s one of the best smelling natural products I have.

RMK Extra Moist Treatment - £32
WHO:
A leading brand for Japanese makeup artists, RMK is renowned for its luxurious skincare and makeup.
KEY INGREDIENTS:
A blend of essential oils including citrus peel extract, bilberry extract, rice bran extract, acerola extract and lavender extract for their moisturising and antioxidant properties.
WHY I LOVE IT:
This has a subtle rose scent which I like. Its an essence, so a really lightweight serum, almost like water in texture, giving a toning benefit to the skin.

The Ordinary Peeling Solution - £6.30
WHO:
Also under the Deciem umbrella founded in 2013 by Brandon Truaxe.
KEY INGREDIENTS:
Contains 30% AHA and 2% BHA to exfoliate, Tasmanian Pepperberry to reduce irritation associated with acid use, Vitamin B5 to assist healing and black carrot as an antioxidant.
WHY I LOVE IT:
I like to apply this product to my hands as well as my face and neck. This a beetroot-coloured peel that tingles when it’s applied and dries down with a tacky surface. I like to push this into my skin to help the product penetrate further and eat away at the dead skin cells. This is a great solution for those who want to do an inexpensive, at-home peel.

Ameliorate Transforming Body Lotion - £22.50
WHO:
Ameliorate was founded by Annette Luck who was looking for a cure for her dry, bumpy ‘chicken skin’.
KEY INGREDIENTS:
It contains lactic acid, an AHA that encourages exfoliation in the skin, removing surface dead skin.
WHY I LOVE IT:
This is great for those with dry skin all over the body. It helps with uneven skin tone with AHAs, sinks into the skin quickly and is not fragranced so it’s won’t interfere with your fragrance.

Talika EyeLash Conditioning Gel - £31
WHO:
A lash-specific brand founded in 1948, Talika uses vitamin-rich formulations to nourish and strengthen the eye area.
KEY INGREDIENTS:
Enriched with nettle extract and horse chestnut, both of which help to stimulate the growth of lashes.
WHY I LOVE IT:
I use this product on my eyebrows and eyelashes everyday, I find it to be very hydrating and it has helped to regrow and stimulate my hair follicles.

iS Clinical Sheald Recovery Balm - £43
WHO:
iS Clinical is a clinician range of products that offer clinically validated evidence compiled by industry experts to support the efficiency of their formulations.
KEY INGREDIENTS:
Ceramides and fortifying extracts that help to strengthen delicate skin. Also contains antioxidants for extra protection.
WHY I LOVE IT:
I love this balm because it’s a great product to use after a peel or big treatment, it’s a great healing balm that’s really thick and provides a protective barrier for the skin.


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DISCLAIMER

The contents of this video are not intended to replace conventional medical treatment. Any suggestions made are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease, condition or symptom. Personal direction should be provided by a qualified healthcare practitioner.


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