Skincare is a massive input into my beauty regime and I’m all for trying out new brands. Here we have Christian Breton which is a French skincare range.
Christian Breton’s mother herself was a scientist/genetic specialist, who which got her team researching to find out what genetics have to do with skin typing and how can genetic & DNA can help cure skin diseases. After fifteen years of his Mothers research, they discovered that genetic attributes such as eye/hair colour influence our skin. So Christian Breton – himself, decided to launch his brand which solved problematic skincare.
Now I’m going to share two products that I love to add into my skincare a couple of days a week, which give my skin the boost it needs.
First up we have the Charcoal Facial Mask. This mask reduces the appearance of pores and deeply purifies/detoxifies the skin. Not only does it include these factors, but it also hydrates the skin and has a powerful anti-aging action. Within the facial mask, it also includes four different ingredients which benefits the skin massively. Charcoal ~ purifying and dotoxifying properties, which remove excess sebum, traces of pollution and impurities. Volcanic Ash ~ Eliminates toxins from the skin, pores are less visible and the skin is left revitalised. Caviar ~ rich in vitamins, slows down the skins ageing process and is left smoother/firmer. Algae ~ deeply hydrates your skin whilst protecting from anti-inflammatory properties. You also get three in a pack, and I like to use these once a week/every other along with using others for replacement.
Next up is the Exfoliating Lotion which contains fruity acids which reveals the natural radiance of your complexion. This is the ideal partner along with your cleansing routine. It acts as complexion reviver in the morning and adds the finishing touch with your cleanser for your evening. There’s two important ingredients within this Lotion which are Glycolic Acid ~ which helps to eliminate dead skin cells and tone/firm the skin. Fruit Acids ~ It helps smooths wrinkles, and blur the pigmentary of spots.
I, myself suffer with sensitive skin and these are really suitable for sensitive skin types. I like to use these for my evening routine as they’re super hydrating and also leave my skin feeling clean and smooth. Although, these masks are my favourites. I’ve tried a few of Christian Breton masks in the past, and these are by far my favourite and I’d highly recommend them. Easy and mess free.
Have you tried anything from Christian Breton before?
*PR Samples which were gifted, however all opinion and review is my own.*