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Naturally Radiant Products Review


When it comes to skincare I always like trying new things but can also be a bit picky about what new products to try because of my skin type.
The Naturally Radiant line at Superdrug is the re-launched skincare line previously known as Natural High. I don't know if the formulas remained the same but the packaging looks much more sleek and modern. 
The line claims to be infused with plant extracts and to awaken skin's glow. 

The first products I got were the eye cream and mask back in February last year, but only started using them a couple of months after that. The night cream I got after running out of the Simple Regeneration Age Resisting Night Cream (reviewed here).

The Brightening Eye Cream claims to reduce puffiness and dark circles and contains kiwi fruit and mulberry extracts. The cream has a really light consistency and is fast absorbed and helps moisturise and reduce puffiness around the eye area but doesn't do wonders for dark circles. It is quite affordable at £5.99 but I don't think I would buy again as I didn't love it.

The Renewing Night Cream also contains brightening kiwi fruit and mulberry extracts, as well as renewing fruit acids (lychee, lotus flower, kiwi, mulberry, bilberry, sugarcane, orange, lemon, sugar maple and sugar beet extracts) and claims to nourish and replenish the skin. It has a light natural scent and a nice thick consistency that feels luxurious when applied. The cream is very moisturising and my skin feels soft, smooth and plump when I wake up in the morning, as well as looking more even. I recommend it and would buy again. 

The Brightening Renewal Face Mask mentions that it clarifies and smoothes, containing again kiwi, mulberry and renewing fruit extracts (same as the night cream). It also says that it helps refine skin texture, clarify skin discoloration and smooth the appearance of fine lines for a healthier and more youthful-looking complexion. 
The face mask has a gel consistency and is almost clear in colour; it also has the same slightly fruity, plant-like scent as the night cream. When you apply it on your face it feels a little slippery. You are supposed to leave it on for 10 minutes and wipe off with a damp flannel. After that I rinse my face with my hands to get rid of any left over product and my skin feels so smooth and soft. It doesn't dry my skin out and makes it look a little bit more even. I would also repurchase this product and recommend it if you are looking for an alternative to mechanical scrubs or chemical peels to refine the texture of your skin. 

Have you tried Naturally Radiant products?

xo

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13 comentarios:

  1. i've never heard of this range before, but it sounds great! x

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  2. I love this brand ! However it absorbs quite slow :/

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  3. Never tried but it sounds like nice products.=)

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  4. I haven't heard of this brand before, but the packaging looks nice. I've been sick and using a lot of rough tissues so my skin is really dry and I really need a good moisturizer.

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  6. Never heard of this brand before..sounds nice :)

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  7. Before I read this I never even heard of this brand, but it really sounds nice, thanks for sharing :-)

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  8. I think I could use that eye brightening cream, because lately I have been having so little time for sleep & I have to manage to study for my exams & work at the same time! :)
    Great review and introduction to the products!

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