New Launch: Sarah Chapman The Pro Pore Refiner & Ultimate At Home Facial Routine

Tuesday, 7 January 2020

I wanted to include new launches on my blog now and again because there are new products being released all the time that I might not get to try or are not suitable for me but could be something interesting for my readers, I won’t ever review a product without trying it so I will make sure to indicate the reviews that are tested and ones that are product information launches.






Sarah Chapman is making the at-home facial cutting edge and as close to the real thing as you can get with her recent high-tech tool launches. The Pro Pore Refiner is designed to mimic professional clinical extraction methods using ultrasonic pore cleansing to leave your skin clear and glowing.

The device uses four steps to achieve blackhead free pores; thermo-therapy and ionic cleansing to warm and soften skin, ultrasonic vibrations to loosen congested pores and focused suction to remove the oil and dirt.

If you're obsessed with skincare and tools as I am this sounds a dream and the steps also sound a lot like my favourite clinical facial Hydrafacial, to be able to recreate the effect at home is something I would invest in, this would be a Sunday pamper night like no other and I will give an example routine below that I would do.

It is £128, which is about the price of one Hydrafacial so to me, completely worth it if the effects are similar in terms of clear pores and glowing skin. I have seen pore sucky (technical term) devices on the market but nothing at this level or from a company with a reputation like Sarah Chapman, I personally wouldn't use those devices on my skin, but I would this.

I will follow up with an in-depth review if I get one and some close-up pore shots to put it through its paces.

Routine –

This is the ultimate facial routine so if you think it is a bit excessive it would be a once a fortnight/month routine not daily. I have included some of my favourite products in each category for examples of what will be effective in this routine to enhance the results from the Pro Pore Refiner.

1. Double Cleanse
Simple Hydrating Cleansing Oil (Link) – Removes makeup with ease and keeps your skin feeling clean and hydrated, this is my everyday makeup remover.

REN Clean Calm Clarifying Clay Cleanser (Link) – This is a classic, great value £/ml and can be used as a cleanser or left on as a mask and works to clarify the skin without drying it out.

2. Liquid Exfoliator (Skip if you have sensitive skin)

Pixi Glow Tonic (Link) – This is a glycolic acid exfoliator that is very effective at smoothing the complexion as well as soothing and hydrating.

The Inky List Lactic Acid (Link) – A gentler and more hydrating exfoliator to go for if you have drier skin.

3. Steam
Sarah Chapman Pro Hydromist Steamer (Link) - This is on my to-buy list, the combination of steam and pore refining is next level and the basis for any good facial.

4. Clay Mask (Skip if you have sensitive skin)
Pixi Glow Mud (Link) – Clay masks don’t need to be expensive to work but I look for ones that have more than basic kaolin, aloe vera is a great addition to soothe which is the main ingredient in this mask.

The Ordinary Salicylic Acid 2% Masque (Link) – This is great for purifying but contains squalene which hydrates your skin too so great for drier skin types.

5. Pore Refiner
(Link)
The star of the show!!

6. Sheet Mask + LED Mask
Sarah Chapman Skinesis 3D Moisture Infusion Mask (Link) - I mean if you're going to do it ... do it right and this is a bit special, this biocellulose mask will inject some major hydration into your skin and the peptides, copper and zinc will help activate cell regeneration for plump healthy skin.

Dear, Klairs Rich Moisture Mask (Link) - This is a more affordable option and made with gauze which fit on your skin better than traditional masks and my favourite type. This will hydrate and replenish the skin.

I have also added an LED mask because there is no better time to get some red light on your skin if you can; I ofter use at the same time as my sheet mask it presses the mask encouraging the essence to absorb as well as delivers the collagen boosting rays. (Link)

7. Finishing 
For the finishing I would add light layers of hydration, i've linked some of my favourites below, they all add hydration without any heaviness and absorb immediately.

NIOD Multi-Molecular Hydrating Complex (Link)
Peter Thomas Roth Water Drench Cloud Cream (Link)
Origins Intensive Overnight Mask (Link)
Dr Dennis Gross Hyaluronic Marine Hydration Booster (Link)
Caudal Vinosource SOS Thirst Quench Serum (Link)

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