AURELIA PROBIOTIC SKINCARE

Saturday, 22 November 2014


To say I'm blown away by Aurelia Probiotic Skincare would be an understatement! I couldn't be more impressed with this brand and how the products above have managed to transform my skin in only a few short weeks. 

When the box of gorgeously packaged products arrived at my door I was instantly warmed as I adore the blush pink and luxe gold branding- it works so well and creates a sense of feminine luxury, most definitely good enough to display on your dressing table to show them off! I like this about the brand as so many brands are way too simplistic and scientific looking it's nice to find a skincare brand that does what it says on the tin and looks amazing too! Double brownie points. 

I've heard so much about Aurelia and particularly the famous Miracle Cleanser and Refine & Polish Miracle Balm so I had to trial both products just to see if they lived up to the very high expectations I already had for them! and as you've guessed from reading my positive intro, they certainly have! These products and not forgetting the Cell Revitalise Day Moisturiser have exceeded my expectations and I recommend you all to try these for yourself you absolutely will not be disappointed!  

Miracle Cleanser- This pot of divine cream cleanser is applied to dry skin and then removed with a damp bamboo muslin cloth (provided with the cleanser), it feels like you're having a mini facial using this and then following your regime with the Refine & Polish Miracle Balm as the ingredients give off a lovely aromatic feel which must be down to the Bergamot, Eucalyptus, Chamomile and Rosemary. This cleanser works to lift all impurities and make-up and fuses probiotic and peptide technologies with BioOrganic plant and flower essences to hydrate and soothe dull and dehydrated skin promoting a luminous, dewy, radiant glow whilst helping to prevent skin ageing- what more could you possibly want from your cleanser?! 
Refine & Polish Miracle Balm-  This exfoliating balm can be used in two ways, either a daily exfoliator after cleansing your face to lift and replenish dull, congested skin or as an intense mask (I've been using it as a mask twice a week and an exfoliator most days as my skin was in desperate need of extra attention!).As a mask the powerful fruit enzymes are activated to deeply exfoliate skin by targeting dead surface cells, transforming the foundation of your skin. On contact with water the balm turns into a milky fluid and can easily be rinsed off to reveal a glowing complexion. 

Cell Revitalise Day Moisturiser- I love this moisturiser! It's been my winter skincare saviour and totally prevented my skin from drying out. I've had a nasty cold the last few weeks which has forced me to really put this moisturiser to the ultimate test as normally the skin around my nose flakes quite badly when I'm constantly sneezing and blowing my nose, but this miracle moisturiser has kept my skin super hydrated and soft with no flakes in sight! This product contains Concentrated BioOrganic 100% pure botanicals including Baobab, rich in precious Omega 3, 6 & 9 to revitalise the skin, soothing and firming Kigelia Africana and Hibiscus to fight oxidative stress. Borage oil is one of the richest sources of the essential fatty acid GLA which locks in moisture whilst regenerative Mongongo oil offers high levels of natural vitamin E. It also acts as a primer too and a perfect base for your makeup- it absorbs nice and quickly too so no waiting around in the mornings when you have a million and one things to do! 

Probiotic Skincare with a difference- Aurelia skincare uses next generation probiotic technology combined with ethically sourced 100% BioOrganic botanical formulations, making the skincare range deliver revolutionary results. 

I wish I'd tried Aurelia sooner as I've been suffering with my skin for months now, but feeling so thankful to have discovered it as I know I won't be looking back- my skin couldn't be happier and more radiant and that says it all! 




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