I love checking the ‘new in’ section on the QVC website to see what new launches and deals they have from the likes of Tarte, Becca and IT Cosmetics. QVC also stock Deciem brands such as NIOD and The Ordinary, and they have some fantastic deals and today I have a couple of amazing examples which launched today; Tuesday the 18th of April to mark Deciem’s first hour long show (6pm Tuesday) which I had to share here on my blog as they’re too good to miss so make sure you read on to find out more…
The Ordinary 5 Piece Skincare Collection £33.50 (worth £40)
“This five-piece skincare collection from The Ordinary features products formulated to keep your skin looking hydrated and radiant, including the complex Buffet with a mixture of amino acids and various forms of hyaluronic acid, Caffeine Solution to help plump up fine lines and reduce discolouration around your delicate eye area, and Natural Moisturising Factors to keep skin feeling and looking moisturised before applying make-up. Housed in sleek packaging and formulated by the brains behind NIOD and Fountain, this set from The Ordinary is anything but!”.
1 x Buffet (30ml) – formulated to help smooth visible signs of ageing, in a concoction of amino acids and 11 different varieties of hyaluronic acid.
1 x Advanced Retinoid 2% (30ml) – a lightweight serum developed to help tackle signs of ageing such as crow’s feet pigmentation and skin texture. Contains two forms of retinoid. Ensure you use SPF the following day after application.
1 x Lactic Acid 10% (30ml) – developed to exfoliate your skin and reduce visible signs of inflammation. Contains Tasmanian pepperberry. Ensure you use SPF and limit sun exposure for a week after application.
1 x Caffeine Solution 5% (30ml) – created to target puffiness and dark shadows under your eyes. Infused with green tea extract.
1 x Natural Moisturising Factors (30ml) – a non-greasy moisturiser developed to topically add hydration to your skin.
NIOD Flavanone Mud 50ml £24.50
Flavanone Mud is a three-phase rinse-off decongestion system that disrupts neither the skin surface equilibrium nor its density. While FM can be classified as a masque for categorical convenience, its approach varies substantially from that offered by the concept of masques today both in terms of its way of positive visible influence on the skin as well as its respect for dermal integrity. FM approaches decongestion in three phases;
Purifying Phase In this phase, surface impurities—which include oil- and water-soluble pollution, cosmetic product build-up and excess sebum activity build-up—are physically solubilized and removed.
Protective Phase This phase of FM’s formulation offers the most innovative approach to decongestion by introducing technologies that offer a physical shield against external build-up.
Responsive Phase This phase of the formulation introduces mechanisms that fight against environmental congestion factors. This phase is the most important phase of FM as it respects health and longevity. The presence of “Flavanone” in the name of the product emphasizes the importance of this phase.
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