Once again Libbie club have sent me a box of beauty products to sample and review. Each month the Libbie club has a selection of deals including some great money saving offers from an exciting range of Brands
The offers this month include;
Indeed Labs Nanoblur 30ml 15% off RRP – £16.99
This product claims to instantly correct and perfect the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
I have only tried this out once so far, so it’s to early to say whether this is a wonder product.
I patted it into the resting line I have on my forehead after I had applied my liquid makeup and before applying any powder products as per the instructions. It did reduce the depth of the line but it didn’t completely disappear. Promising then!
The jury is still out on how effective this as a long term solution but I promise I will get back to you once I have used it some more.
Nizz Cosmetics Lustre Lipstick – £16
This is a lovely creamy feeling lipstick that is vegetarian, hypoallergenic and free from parabens. I have the shade cashmere nude which I have swatched for you below.
Can we also take a moment to appreciate the gorgeous packaging. Visually It reminds me of a Dior lipstick plus it feels very luxurious and weighty to hold. This is a new UK brand from ex nurse turned beauty buff Charlene, I’m impressed so far.
Mizon Placenta Ampoules Cream 50ml 20% off RRP – £20.40
Libbie club claim that the placenta extract in this cream is plant derived. I’m not totally convinced by this if I’m honest with you.
Why? Well I can’t find anywhere on the packaging claiming this.
I spent a good couple of hours scouring the Internet trying to reasearch more about this product, but can’t actually find anywhere that says where the placenta extract is sourced from.
Typically skincare brands originally used pig or sheep placenta though some Korean brands are now actually use plant placenta. This is a Korean brand so I could be plant derived, I can’t find the evidence to 100% back up that claim though.
Having put snail slime on my face before I’m not that squeamish about ingredients so I have still tried this cream out. Placenta is also a bi product of natural birth so I would expect the animal not to be harmed in its extraction.
The cream is very rich and has a plesent scent to it and do feel my skin feels much more hydrated since using this. However I have had a few more spots appear than usual since using this so if you have oily/combination skin like myself you may find this does the same for you.
There are loads of other offers available right now from Libbie club including a fab weekend special for fans of French skincare brand Caudalie.
This is 30% of cult skincare favourite Caudalie Instant Detox Mask, making it it the lowest price currently available at just £15.20 plus p&p. You have to act first to benefit from that offer as it ends at midnight Sunday 21st August.
Me I’ve already made a cheeky purchase of that for myself as I didn’t want to miss out.