Want to know my thoughts on the Elemis Fresh Skin Softly Softly Daily Moisturiser?
What Elemis Say
“Enriched with seaweed extract, this light and non-greasy daily moisturiser helps protect and moisturise. Rosehip seed oil and sweet almond oil deliver soothing and softening qualities ensuring the skin receives an instant hydrating boost. Skin is left revitalised and more radiant. BEAUTY TIP Moisturisers work by sealing water into the skin and keeping it hydrated and supple. Even a young skin needs a good moisturiser. Make sure you protect your skin during the day with an SPF if exposed to direct sunshine. Signs of tiredness and life’s excesses are reflected in the face, dulling the complexion and causing dark circles. Combat this by drinking plenty of water, and ensure you regularly have a good night’s sleep.
The Elemis Fresh Skin Softly Softly Daily Moisturiser retails at £20.00 for 50ml and is available to buy on the Time To Spa website.
The moisturiser comes in a nice little bottle which is very informative. The pump works well to dispense the product and keeps it safe and secure.
Now the Elemis Fresh Skin range is aimed at those who’re in their teens to 20s. At nearly 19, I think it’s safe to say I fit into that category. I apply this moisturiser both day and night, like I would with any moisturiser. It takes next to no time to sink into skin, doesn’t leave a horrible sticky residue and feels lovely and light. However, when it comes to dry areas, it doesn’t do much for them which I find a little sad as I have combination skin. However, for oily areas, it’s fab. It helps to keep them under control and matte. One thing I’m not a huge fan of, is the scent. It’s pretty overpowering with the scent of Rosehip which can make me feel a bit unwell (strong scents tend to trigger my migraines)
- Great for teens to 20s
- Full of natural ingredients
- Sinks into skin fast
- Doesn’t leave a sticky residue on the skin
- Helps to keep oily patches under control
- Strong scent which can be off putting
- Doesn’t do much for dry patches
I think this is a pricey product but if you’re after a moisturiser to keep your oily skin under control, I’d highly recommend giving this a go, however, if you have dry skin, I’d steer clear. Having said that, this moisturiser is packed full of lovely, natural ingredients, is lightweight, sinks in fast and doesn’t leave a sticky residue on skin. Personally, I didn’t find the moisturiser to work that well all over my skin, however I have found that putting it on my oily areas and using another moisturiser for my dry areas, works much better.
Have you tried the Elemis Fresh Skin range?