Anything that promises bright radiant skin tends to have me running to the tills faster than the speed of light, so when I noticed the newest line of Superfacialist by Una Brennan in Boots, the Vitamin C+ Brighten range, I snapped two products up to try. I'd remembered that I'd seen Caroline Hirons mention the cleansing oil this past summer so knew I must be onto a winner.
Of course I had to test out said cleansing oil, the Superfacialist by Una Brennan Vitamin C+ Brighten Skin Renew Cleansing Oil, but I also picked up the Superfacialist by Una Brennan Vitamin C+ Brighten Glow Boost Skin Serum along with it. Granted, everything in this range does tend to have you gasping for air after reading their names out loud, but I'll forgive that because I've found two little gems in this collection. The whole Vitamin C+ Brighten range is described as brightening, anti-aging and smoothing for glowing, radiant skin. Oh and everything from this range has a gorgeous orange scent. What's not to love!?
The Skin Renew Cleansing Oil removes makeup with ease and once massaged into dry skin, to remove just use the good ol' method of wiping away using a warm damp flannel. Once it's finished with it's whole magically transforming into a milky texture thing, you're left with clean, fresh and brighter looking skin. The soothing combination of vitamin C, vitamin E, as well as olive, grapeseed, cucumber and rosehip oils means it's hydrating enough for dry skins but should also balance out oily complexions too.
As for the Glow Boost Skin Serum, which is perhaps my favourite of the two, it leaves the skin looking like you've just spent the last 40 minutes pampering yourself with an array of cleansers, exfoliators, face masks and facial oils. Now I'm not saying you don't need to do all these things as normal but I find that this serum really packs a punch in the glow-giving, moisture boosting, skin smoothing department. Infused with vitamin C, hyaluronic acid and algae extract, it's a pleasure to pop this on post-cleanse and pre-moisturiser. Needless to say, it's luuurve!