Monday, 25 August 2014

Makeup Revolution Skincare Review ♥

Hey beaut's!

Makeup Revolution seem to be going from strength to strength at the moment and if their amazing quality, affordable makeup wasn't enough they have now delved into the depths of skincare, yup that's right, skincare! At the moment there is only two new skincare additions to play with, one of which is the Attack Anti Bacterial Face Wash (£10) and the other is a Defence Anti Bacterial Serum and Primer (£10). I love the fact Makeup Revolution have branched out into skincare, it's not something you expect from a budget/high street brand and to be honest I don't think I have ever seen it been done before, its always nice to see a brand continually releasing new and exciting products for us to feast our eyes on he he.

 I have been trying out these two Makeup Revolution skincare products for a super longggg time, skincare isn't something I like to rush and it can take me a while to cast an accurate opinion on so I'm sorry for the delay in my review beauties but its better late than never right? he he! 

Makeup Revolution Attack Anti Bacterial Face Wash* 100ml £10.00 
Makeup Revolutions Antibacterial Face Wash has been specially designed to cleanse and tone our little faces in one quick and easy step effectively saving us time, money and obviously keeping our skin clean and clear woohoo. The dual action foam formula pumps out together and helps clean those pores, reduce excess oil, prevent pesky spots, blemishes and breakouts sounds pretty amazing right? Like I said before I have been using this for a while now and I have to say I have noticed that my skin is much clearer in terms of my pores being reduced and the blackheads that I've had around my nose are now undetectable woohoo. I don't really suffer with spots that often so I cant say whether or not it will help clear up spots or ache but it has kept my skin clear for a good month and a half so that's a good thing right? The antibacterial facial wash is suitable for all skin types however if you are a dry skin sufferer like myself I would recommend only using this once a day like I do, just because foam facial washes can really dry out the skin and if you already have dry skin you wouldn't want to make it any worse,  I find using Makeup Revolutions offering once a day in the evenings either in the bath or shower absolutely fine on me, plus it's fragrance free too so it doesn't bother my sensitive skin either yayyy. The facial wash also doubles up as a great brush cleanser too, it's antibacterial quality's work wonders on getting your brushes squeaky clean and germ free.

Makeup Revolution Defence Anti Bacterial Serum and Primer* 30ml £10.00
Makeup Revolutions Antibacterial Serum and Primer is just like a luxury moisturiser to me with many uses, its main purpose is to obviously prime and smooth out the skin ready for makeup application and to pro long our makeups wear time and it certainly does that well, the thick cream quickly gets to work at providing a silky soft, even base for our makeup whilst giving you a moister boost at the same time, its great. I cant say whether the Serum and Primer is going to fill or disguise huge open pores because mine have been reduced by the facial wash, all I can say is that it evens out my smaller pores that I now have and my skin appears smoother after applying the serum, and my base makeup looks really even. The Serum and Primer is also enriched with vitamins A, B, B5 AND E which help prevent spots and blemishes and protects the skin throughout the day so used together with the facial wash it's like a match made in heaven. The way I like to use the Serum and Primer is by taking half a pumps worth in the morning before applying my makeup and smoothing it over my skin from my nose outwards, and then I also use it once in the evening after I'm all cleansed and toned just like the directions suggest, however I use a full pumps worth at night. It works so well as a stand in night cream if you have dryer skin because its creamy formula feels somewhat nourishing and healing, it really is lovely. Just like the face wash the Serum and Primer is for all skins types, fragrance free, dermatologically and clinically tested

Overall I'm highly impressed with Makeup Revolutions first skincare releases, yes the Facial Wash can be slightly drying for dryer skin types but used once a day at night has worked fine for me so I'd still give it a huge thumbs up, and the Primer and Serum is just great and I'd recommend it to everyone to try if you want smooth, even skin, moisturised skin and makeup that lasts that little bit longer than usual.

Have you tried either of Makeup Revolutions skincare products?? What did you think?? I'd love to know beaut's. 

nopin

3 comments:

  1. I think it's great that Make Up Revolution are expanding their range too! I might give the serum/primer a go next time I place an order!

    Alicia (LissyBeauty)

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  2. I loved the face wash! I didn't dislike the primer, I just prefer my own primer!
    xxx | daisydaisyxxo

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  3. I am yet to try anything (I know where have I been) from Make-up Revolution, I just don't even know where to start with what to try, there is so much to choose from x
    www.beautyqueenuk.co.uk

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