Finally: a much-requested overview of my favourite Kate Somerville products. I could easily have added another five to this with minimal effort.
I thought it made sense to coincide this video with their Friends and Family offer that they have once again, given readers of the blog and you lovely viewers early access to.
If you enter the code 30HIRONS17 at checkout you will receive a whopping 30% off your order. http://bit.ly/2h4kRAR
The offer runs until Sunday evening (17th).
Kate Somerville ship to the USA/Canada and the UK, but you will have to pay all import taxes etc. Basically, the discount ends up paying for the shipping and taxes and the price usually works out the same in pounds for dollars. Very roughly speaking..
Goat Milk Cleanser (no longer available – helpful I know)
Gentle Daily Wash (Mr Hirons fave)
Moisture Milk Cleanser – all skins, AM or PM cleanse
Clinic-To-Go Pads – acid – 2/3 x week
Line Release Under Eye Repair Cream – lush – if wrinkles are your main concern go here
Multi-Active Repair Eye Cream – more general eye product
Oil-Free Moisturiser – best oil-free moisturiser on the market. I am dry/dehydrated and I can still use.
The Holy Trinity:
Nourish Moisturiser – In my Top 3 moisturisers of all time.
Deep Tissue Repair – Ditto
Goat Milk Moisturiser – Number 3.
Daily Deflector SPF50 – brilliant SPF for all skin types. No ashy cast.
Neck Tissue Repair – Do not need if you’re 20, if you watched Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 and thought ‘That’s a great idea!’ when they lift up each other’s necks, this is for you.
Dermal Quench Liquid Lift Retinol – not for beginners, moderate to regular users only.
Quench Oil-Free Serum – brilliant, just brilliant at hydrating without stickiness or grease.
Multi-Active Revive Triple Peptide Cream – new to me, but signs are good so far.
Exfolikate Glow Moisturiser – great on first few uses, but amazing thus far.
Kate Somerville have not paid me to make this video. This is the third year in a row that KS have offered early access to their F&F via my blog. The addition of a video was my idea and all the products are my genuine, usually bought, tried & tested recommendations (although if you have read the blog for the last 7.5 years you will know that!), and they have had no input or say into the content of the accompanying video.
I just thought I would save myself some time because when I run these promos, I am always asked for recommendations in comments. There are no affiliate links on these recommendations, but I will change them to affiliate links once the promotion has finished. For the first time, I have negotiated a small % on any purchases made using my code for the F&F period, but in doing so, gave no input/control to the brand, nor will I ever. Stroppy cow that I am.