Being a qualified beauty therapist, I know more than most, just how important it is to look after your skin and the impact on skin ageing if you don’t.
With that in mind, I am always on the lookout for new skincare ranges. Having trained in both Babor and Dermalogica, I wanted a skin care range that was clinically tested, organic and ethical while retaining that high end luxury look, constancy, and smell.
The Body Deli ticked all these boxes. I first came across them on a web site abeautifulworld.co.uk where I ordered the melon foaming cleanser, I was so impressed with the service and the packaging that I decided to explore The Body Deli range further going on to purchase a complete synergy of products.
Before I write about the products, here’s a background on my skin. It is product ingredient sensitive, can be very dry (I am prone to eczema) with oily t-zone. A combination skin that requires a lot of moisture in some places and prone to get oily in others – Nightmare.
Every morning I use the Blueberry Fusion Resurfacing Cleanser, which is a thirty day resurfacing treatment to smooth, clear and refine your complexion using antioxidant rich, raw organic Blueberries and Acai fruit. The product itself smells lush, it is easy to apply and rinses off really well. I always do a double cleanse to make sure I remove all traces of makeup. My skin never feels uncomfortably tight after. Cleanser is £28.50
Twice a week I use the Blueberry Fusion Micro- Scrub which is just like a smoothie in a pot. Honestly it smell’s good enough to eat!! This scrub feeds the skin while it exfoliates. My skin always feels really smooth afterwards and can sometimes tingle. Frist time I used it I thought I was experiencing a reaction, but it is just down to the natural fruit acids. Price is £28.50
After I cleanse I like to use the Anti-Oxidant Vital C Serum to helps reverse sun damage and increases elasticity and keep my skin looking youthful. The consistency of the serum is nice and light and smells fresh and i have noticed a huge improvement in my skin-tone. Price is £38
To moisturise I use a nourishing anti-ageing cream Crème de la Rose ,which not only has a beautiful name, but the smell is really heavenly. The cream is so thick and silky that is oozes luxury. This cream is handmade in small batches and takes 24 hours to make! So no wonder the price is £65 per pot. I find the cream is moisturising enough to keep my dry prone areas hydrated, without overloading my skin in areas prone to oiliness. I really look forward to using this product every day and for me it is worth every penny.
I really love the product packaging, it’s fresh and modern, and I think it would hold its own on a shelf with more well know products in the skin care industry.
If you’re thinking of trying The Body Deil, I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend these products and would love to know what you think of them too!!
The next products I want to try in this range are the body scrubs, I will be sure to you know that I think.
This is an Unaffiliated review and all opinions are my own. Any questions leave them in the comments and I will do my best to answer them.
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