I love discovering new brands thanks to blogging, and Skin Laundry is one of those brands. Skin Laundry was founded by Yen Reis after she struggled within skincare issues which got worse as she aged, and found out that laser and light therapy which she discovered whilst living in Asia, greatly improved her skin. When Yen moved to LA she couldn’t find a similar treatment which was affordable and convenient, and her skin began to regress so she met with medical professionals and laser experts and started the Skin Laundry skincare brand. Even though the brand is based in California, their products have recently launched into Liberty London alongside a Skin Treatment room.
Skin Laundry Essential Daily Moisturizer £28
“This perfect lightweight antioxidant cream helps boost hydrating hyaluronic acid and essential skin proteins for mega moisture and strength. Japanese Apricot Extract and French Polynesian Kopara help restore skin barrier function to keep skin looking radiant, soft and healthy.” The moisturiser is packaged within a white plastic tube with a pump which makes dispensing product easy and mess-free, and the squeezy tube allows you to use the entire tube up too. It feels really light on the skin, and absorbs quickly. It’s not the most intensive moisturiser I’ve tried but it doesn’t claim to be, but my skin is extremely dry so I do prefer a more intensive moisturiser to keep my skin as hydrated as possible. It is a lovely moisturiser nonetheless and will be ideal for the warmer months when my skin isn’t as dry as it is right now.
Skin Laundry Restoring Night Serum £46
“This concentrated Skin Laundry Restoring Night Serum helps to improve overall appearance of skin brightness, smoothness, tone, texture and elasticity. The formula contains a powerful combination of antioxidants, vitamins, amino acids and natural extracts that work together to help protect, repair and resurface skin.” Serums are one of my favourite skincare products to use so I always look forward to trying new ones as I like to apply them quite liberally especially at night. This serum is packaged within a plastic bottle with a black pump, and has a clear consistency which is relatively thin for a serum. I would describe the consistency and viscosity as being on par with the Vichy Aqualia Serum however this serum really does make a difference to uneven skintone and texture as well as boosting hydration.
If you’re anywhere near Liberty London, make sure you take a look at the Skin Laundry counter and find out more about the treatments they have to offer.