A 100% natural skin care range that I am loving.
A couple of months ago I spoke at a workshop to some regional managers of a large international company. During our lunch break the New Zealand manager approached me wondering what skin care I used. I explained that I used only 100% natural skin care, a selection that included all sorts of different bits and bobs. I could in fact quite easily be considered a skin care hoar, such is the random selection of brands in my bathroom. As OCD'ish as this may sound, my 'Virgoness' isn't at all fond of this cluttered array.
The same lady went on to ask whether I had ever tried a product from the Tailor Skincare range from NZ, to which I answered no, to which she very kindly responded with a couple of samples (and many a word of enthusiasm about said range - and before you ask, no, she is not a Tailor employee).
By the way, make sure you read to the bottom, because there's some 'good stuff' coming for THI subscribers.
Off home I went that night, eager to add the samples to my burgeoning range. One of the product samples included the bentonite clay Masque and in the bath that evening I lay, as it dried upon my skin (and froze into a scary expression, as masks tend to do).
A Skin Care Range Tested.
Now isn't it funny how the universe works, because just one week later Tailor Skincare approached me asking whether I'd be interested in trialling the range. Knowing what I did about their products (that they are 100% natural, that they make environmentally responsible decisions, and that they are not tested on animals) I of course said yes and agreed that after trialing it for a month or two I would share it with the THI community (assuming it's success of course).
I followed all relevant instructions on the back of each of the above products and busily set about my trial, expecting to report back several weeks later.
Just three days after receiving and incorporating this range I emailed Tailor to tell them of the impact it had already had on the look and feel of my skin.
It was THAT prominent.
My skin felt soft, plump, smooth, hydrated and moist. Significantly my lines seemed less visible. My make up even looked better over this skin care. Not only was I a happy camper, but the Virgo in me was pretty chuffed too.
Today I'm simply here to introduce you to a product I've tested (and can now confidently say I love) and to congratulate it's Founder and CEO Sara Quilter on the creation of a beautiful range of products.
What you decide to incorporate into your own routine is a very personal decision (you can select Tailor products according to your skin type), however I particularly love the two products below, mixed together and applied after my cleanser and mist, before my moisturiser. I was also pleasantly suprised to enjoy the oil cleanser, having questioned whether my skin would feel clean (it does!).
So now for two bits of good news.
IT'S TIME FOR A GIVEAWAY! (** this giveaway is now over).
Tailor Skincare is giving away a full range of products valued at $280 NZD (appx. $261 AUD) to one lucky THI reader.
All you need to do is leave a comment below telling me in 50 words or less why you'd LOVE it so. The winner will be chosen via random number generator COB Monday 23rd May 2016.
Conditions of entry:
- When leaving a comment please ensure you register your comment with your email address so that we can respond to let you know if you've won!
- You must be a THI subscriber. You can subscribe by scrolling down towards to the bottom right of this page, if not already.
- Giveaway only open to New Zealand and Australian residents.
- The winner must promise that she'll report back to share in my enthusiasm (ok, so maybe not, but I know she'll want to!).
OTHER GOOD NEWS!
Tailor are offering all THI Subscribers 10% off their entire range of products. Shop here and enter discount code: HolisticIngredient at checkout.
Please note: this is a sponsored post however know that I only ever promote products or services on this website that I believe in and that I feel will add value to the lives of this community.