|Aurelia Probiotic Skincare Revitalise & Glow Serum *|
Despite my undying love for my current night serum and being completely satisfied with it there was this annoying inner blogger which seems to want to test every skin care item available on the market.
Having tried the Miracle Cleanser from Aurelia I had high hopes for the Revitalise & Glow Serum and I wasn't let down. After using this for a month I can honestly say it's made a huge difference to my skin; it's hydrated, smoother and looks quite acceptable when i'm not wearing any makeup plus it's a whole lot calmer and happier (if skin can be happy). This really does give you the glow that everyone and their mother seem to be searching for in the beauty industry.
I was a little hesitant switching serums so I found a way to get the best of both worlds and that has been to slot the Aurelia serum into my morning routine, it's incredibly light and absorbs instantly meaning it's fantastic under makeup which my night time serum definitely wouldn't be and makes no difference to the longevity of my makeup either.
There's a delicate tuberose smell to it which basically disappears as soon as you rub it into your skin and I really am seeing the light when it comes to natural skincare as I have never broken out using any, one drop of synthetic fragrance usually has my skin out in spots at the mere sight of it and so it's nice to use lovely smelling products which don't end up with me piling concealer trying to hide spots caused by them .
I am also really getting into Probiotics having heard about them from ChelseaWears (Link) and noticed a difference in my skin and body since not taking them after three days so surely it's logical to think adding some to skincare should also work wonders. I also like that the range is fairly limited meaning each product has been thoroughly tested and developed to the best of it's potential and also the fact that it's a British brand is another reason my pennies will go to repurchasing the Revitalise & Glow Serum and Miracle Cleanser when i'm in need of another. The brand is slowly becoming more accessible with SpaceNK stocking it online so hopefully the stores won't be far behind, the serum is £47 for 30mls (link)
Are you an organic / probiotic lover? I think the right mix of natural and not so natural skincare (my acidic exfoliators I couldn't live without) generally keep my skin blemish free and looking healthy and who doesn't want that?