Review, Photos: Elemis Best Of British Set — Body Oil, Tri-Enzyme Resurfacing Mask And Nourishing Foot Cream
With the Olympics right around the corner, Elemis — the leading luxury British spa and skin care brand — has much to boast about! It was the first time I was introduced to this brand and I loved all three products I sampled…
Spa At Home Japanese Camellia Oil ($45.00) — is a gently scented body oil blend, rich in plant collagen and meant for everyday use. A few dabs of the oil made my skin soft-to-the-touch and did not feel greasy nor heavy like some oils can feel; it’s also intended to help prevent stretch marks. For many centuries, camellia oil from Japan has been used to care for nails, hair, scalp and combination skin.
Tri-Enzyme Resurfacing Gel Mask ($75.00) — is a highly effective exfoliating face mask best used twice a week that should be left on for 8-10 minutes, then rinsed off. It’s so light that it did not feel rough against my sensitive skin when applying. My skin felt so smooth after rinsing and definitely appeared radiant and felt supple to the touch.
Spa At Home Treat Your Feet ($30.00) — is an intensely nourishing foot cream that contains shea butter and jojoba oil and melted into my skin right away. I have been walking so much this summer that this foot cream will now be part of my daily regimen as a gift to my feet!
What I like about their packaging is that there are spa tips, benefits of the products as well as their ingredients with easy-to-read directions. I love it when products are easy to use! Elemis is available at www.timetospa.com, and I encourage you to look at the site as there are so many products to love.
- Nicole Gordon Levine
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