This has been a lovely addition to my Winter skincare regime. It is a Toner aimed at Brightening your complexion and locking in moisture, this is just what my dehydrated skin needed. It has a lovely blend of Narcissus, Papaya, Lemon and Olive leaf and lemon extract, designed to brighten, cool and sooth your skin.
I just splash a few drops on to a cotton pad (it has a thin/light consistency) I then wipe it all over my face and breath in the scent, it’s lovely and makes my skin feel smooth and is a step I find refreshing.
This also contains Hyaluronic Acid and Organic Glycerin to help lock in moisture and keep your skin hydrated. I’ve been using this in the morning as it leaves a nice smooth base to apply my serum and moisturiser. I would say my skin is noticeably brighter since using this, it is looking healthy and stayed hydrated over winter so that’s a plus.
Melvita Extraordinary Water comes in 3 varieties each £17 for 100ml and all aimed at a different skin concern:
Rose Melvita Extraordinary Water for Anti Ageing & Moisturising
Orange Blossom Melvita Extraordinary Water for Soothing & Softening
Narcissus Melvita Extraordinary Water for Skin Radiance
This is a gentle cream exfoliator using Musk Rose Seed Powder and protective prebiotic, it gently eliminates dead skin and keeps skin looking bright. I like to use this once a week in the evening as part of my weekly pamper session. It smells floral and uplifting. It combines Rose Floral Water, Orange Blossom which keeps skin soft and Naracissus Extract which is cleaning and brightening. It is a great way of keeping my skin looking fresh and feeling clean.
Its a lovely gentle cleanser with brightening properties and it suits my skin down to the ground. This 50ml tube will last me a while.
Out of the two products I’ve been trying the Narcissus Melvita Extraordinary Water is my favourite and I really enjoy using it. Have you any product recommendations from Melvita?
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