Monday, December 19, 2011
Coles Derma Intensive+ range - Cleansing milk, Toner, Night cream review
This range first launched at Tesco in the UK and sold at a rate of 1.5 packs per minute and became the retailer's fastest growing skincare range and gained immediate hero status with beauty experts, leading the way in affordable anti-aging solutions for all women.
Derma Intensive + says: The Derma Intensive+ range, enriched with Q10, plus Omega 3 and Sepilift, includes five products that have been developed to help delay the signs of ageing and encourage natural beauty to shine through. With continual use, skin is protected from the appearance of new lines, helping to promote younger-looking skin.
I was sent some products to try and must say I am impressed. The products do work pretty well considering they cost less than five dollars each.
This cleanser is easy to use, has a pleasant smell which I like and cleanses the skin well. The formula is a milky cleanser that you apply in circular motions on the skin. It leaves my skin feeling cleaned, refreshed and feels good.
Once you apply the toner to a cotton pad you smooth it onto the skin. I found this nice and refreshing on the skin, it can sting if you have blemishes so I wouldn't use it on those areas. It does have a strong nice smell ( took me a little while to get use to) Overall it leaves the skin clean and fresh, with the toner absorbed quickly into the skin.
The main ingredients again in this are Coenzyme Q10, Vitamin E and also Macadamia Oil for deeply soothing and moisturising and helps to replenish skin moisture. This smells beautiful, it really caught my attention.
The formula is a nice consistency, not too thick or too thin, just right and is soft and easy to apply. It feels smooth on the skin and you can feel it on the skin, not greasy but a wet feeling which is absorbed really quickly leaving your skin feeling refreshed. You only need a small amount of this product, otherwise your skin can feel greasy if you touch it. Once I worked out how much I needed for me, it was fine. The next morning my skin feels nice, soft and smooth.
Overall an affordable range that is made to be suitable for all skin types. I would suggest this to anyone that has normal skin. If your on a budget, then these would be great to have a look at and see if they will work for you. Available at Coles only.
Would you consider buying affordable skincare? Have you tried any of these products? What do you use for your skincare at the moment?