ESPA Pro Serum Skincare

ESPA Skincare

At the beginning of October, I was invited by ESPA to the Harvey Nichols Beauty Bazar in Liverpool to hear all about their wonderful Optimal Skin Pro Serum*.

This serum isn’t targeted at any specific age range or skin type, they have developed it to have so many skin benefits for all ages and skin concerns. It is jam-packed full of skin benefits,

  • Turmeric – to enhance skin radiance, brighten and even skin tone
  • Rose Hip and Echium Oil – to promote healthy beautiful looking skin
  • White Lupin – to powerfully increase elasticity and skin firmness
  • Kalpariane Seaweed Extract – to lock in vital moisture
  • Sunflower Seed – to actively strengthen skin and protect
  • Vitamin E and Evening Primrose Oil – to protect and regenerate skin cells
  • Balloon Plant – to lovingly calm and comfort
  • Rose and Patchouli Essential Oils – to gently soothe and balance.

I’ve noticed my skin has been looking bright and blemish free and overwinter that’s not something I can usually say. I’ve been using this ProSerum since October 1st at least 3/4 times a week. I don’t solely use it at night as it works well when I put a little under my moisturiser in the morning, It isn’t greasy at all, my skin just drinks it up, it is very hydrating. Even having quite oily skin I find this doesn’t make me look shiny or oily.

ESPA Optimal Skin Pro Serum

This serum has slotted well into my skincare regime and added a step which gives my skin a lot of nourishment and helps to calm the redness in my cheeks and keep my skin looking healthy and bright. It has been quite the winter saviour this year. The ProSerum is available from or in-store at Harvey Nichols or Liberty. £48 for 30ml.

ESPA Dream Team

I made a few cheeky purchases whilst at the ESPA counter and one thing I treated myself to was the Essential Clay MaskI’ve enjoyed it a lot. The ESPA consultant recommended that I use the serum under the mask for an extra boost and this works so well. The Mask itself is great for clearing congestion and keeping excess oil at bay. I suffer from both so this mask was a welcomed addition to my weekly Sunday night pamper. The mask doesn’t dry hard on your face, it stays quite creamy and is cooling whilst on the face. This mask costs £27.50 for 55ml.

The packaging of all the ESPA products is so luxurious and I love that they incorporate the colour purple in their bottles and packaging as it is such a warm pretty colour & their products look great in my bathroom (always a bonus).

It is a brand I want to try more from in 2014 and I want to visit their counter in Liverpool for a relaxing facial and a consultation.

Products that are marked with an * have either been sent to me for my consideration or I’ve received at events. I’m under no obligation to review them on my blog. However if I do, the reviews are 100% my own.