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Skin Chemists Bee Venom Skincare Range









I was recently introduced to the Bee Venom skincare range available at Skin Chemists and it was pretty interesting so I thought I'd let you guys know. With a huge celebrity and royal fan following, it has earned itself a reputation in a short amount of time. The range has a core ingredient that it banks on namely Bee Venom and Manuka Honey which are meant to tone and tighten the skin, leave it bright and improve clarity, keep it elastic and supple and aid a tiny bit with anti-ageing problems. Seems to good to be true isn't it? 

With use I found that you need a certain amount of patience with the range to notice results. It's not like a crash diet for your skin but rather a lifestyle change which will gradually show results. I found the products to improve skin clarity and brightness in particular. A bit like glycolic acid exfoliators, this gives skin HD clarity and the ability to go out in the sun 'au naturale' without thinking twice about your imperfections. Radiance is the range's forte and it does a brilliant job at that. Toning, firming and plumping are also benefits that I would easily attach to the skincare range.

My only problem with the range was that it was slightly drying on my skin and not hydrating enough due to which I had to apply a moisturiser on certain flaky and chapped areas. It may be different on other skin types but mine's pretty normal-combination and not dry at all hence this took me by surprise. Besides that, I'd say it's perfectly gentle and kind to skin and suitable for those in their late 20's and 30's who want a bit of a helping hand in the lifting, firming, hydration and radiance department. 

If you like light, serum formula's then the Bee Venom Facial Oil would be something you'd want to try out, considering it's also packed with a tonne of Vitamin E, B and C. For a slightly more nourishing and hydrating formula, the Bee Venom Facial Serum is what you'd like to spend your money on. It contains Manuka Honey and has been featured in the Daily Mail due to it's huge fan following and spectacular results. I also have a Bee Venom Face Mask from the range which is great for repairing and rejuvenating tired skin. It's as if it immediately gets the glow flowing towards the surface of the skin and makes it look less corpse-like. 

Their price points aren't quite pocket friendly but if you're wanting to splurge on a Mother's Day skincare present, these are great new finds you'd want to dip your feet into. 


1 comment:

Charlotte MacDonald-Gaunt said...

I can't be without serums and these sound lovely. I'm a bit concerned that it seems dehydrating, but perhaps balance it with Origins Drink Up intensive mask :o) Xx

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