Can you believe I’d never tried Emma Hardie skincare before December apart from a miniature sample of their Moringa Cleansing Balm?! Emma Hardie is such a well loved skincare brand and I’ve heard nothing but amazing things about their products. I’m not entirely sure why I’d never explored the brand, but the Emma Hardie Glow On The Go Set was the perfect opportunity to try more of their products. It’s safe to say, I loved both the Emma Hardie Plump & Glow Hydrating Facial Mist and Emma Hardie Protect & Prime SPF 30, so I was very much up for giving the Emma Hardie Midas Touch Collection a try. The Emma Hardie Midas Touch Collection now consists of three products, but it originally was just the Emma Hardie Midas Touch Face Serum Duo which won an RSVP Beauty Award in 2016. The Emma Hardie Midas Touch trio can be purchased individually but they can be used together should you wish to.
Emma Hardie Midas Touch Revitalising Eye Serum 15ml £49
“A lightweight eye serum that lifts and tightens the eye contour area, fades dark circles and reduces puffiness. Contains Beautifeye technology to strengthen and lift the eye area, blur fine lines and fade dark circles, Glycofilm to protect against environmental damage and Hyaluronic Acid for intense hydration and skin smoothing. Rich in Omegas 3,6 and 9, Inca Inchi and Raspberry Seed Oil maintain skin elasticity, whilst Aloe Vera and Sweet Almond Oil soothes tired eyes.“
The Emma Hardie Midas Touch Eye Serum is packed full of high quality ingredients, and as well as being designed for use around the eye contour area it can also be used around the lip area and on to vertical lines to boost volume, improve skin texture and the appearance of fine lines. You only need one pump of product and by using your ring fingers, gently tap the serum all around the eye area in the morning after cleansing, and before applying your makeup. The serum can also be applied at night with the same application methods and it really does take just seconds to apply. It has a lightweight formula for an eye serum, which pleases me greatly as I assumed a serum would be richer on the skin than a conventional eye cream. I’ve been using it at night time and applying it with an eye roller for a really therapeutic, relaxing experience.
Emma Hardie Midas Touch Revitalising Cream 50ml £44
“Previously named ‘Age Support Face Cream’. A hydrating and lifting treatment cream, rich in Hyaluronic Acid and Hyaluronic Acid Filling Spheres to soothe, hydrate and plump the skin. The powerful blend of marine and botanical extracts, combined with natural peptides from Avocado and the antioxidant properties from Edelweiss stem cells help to tighten and smooth the skin, whilst the Natural Polymatrix Algae Film Extract helps to lift the skin for a more youthful look. Natural oils of Moringa, Evening Primrose and Rosehip nourish, moisturise and soothe the skin, whilst Vitamin E protects the skin from toxins and pollution.”
The Emma Hardie Midas Touch Revitalising Cream has a new name rather than a new formula, and was previously named their Age Support Face Cream. It’s quite a thick cream which you need to warm up between your fingertips before gently smoothing over the skin both morning and night. It’s very nourishing for my dry skin, and honestly feels as if it’s a type of leave-on face mask as it’s so instantly hydrating on the skin. I’m not sure if it’ll be too rich for oily skin types, but my dry and dehydrated skin is thoroughly enjoying this moisturiser alongside the matching serum and eye serum. It makes my skin so plump and radiant, and I actually look forward to putting this product on my skin within my routine as it’s such a lovely cream.
Emma Hardie Midas Touch Face Serum Duo 15ml x 2 £69
“An intensive hydrating and firming super serum, with Edelweiss stem cell culture to decrease fine lines and wrinkles, Avocado Peptides to boost collagen production, Hyaluronic Acid and Moisture-bonding Glycoprotein properties to boost hydration deep within the skin, and Vivillume extract from Wild Banana Seed to increase volume and tone the skin. Mica extract gives a soft-focus, luminous glow to the skin, giving radiance and minimising the appearance of pores, fine lines and skin imperfections.“
This product really intrigued me as the box contains two 15ml syringe style tubes. I initially thought that perhaps you use one after the other as a type of treatment but they both contain the same product. I think the reason they’re packaged in two separate containers is to protect the ingredients but I think it’s fab that you get two as you could go halves with a friend and have one each. You only need a pea sized amount of the serum and you apply it to your cleansed face, neck and décolleté using long sweeping strokes then tap it into your skin using your fingertips until it is fully absorbed. Emma recommends directly applying this serum to any deep lines and wrinkles for extra plumping. The packaging style is really unique, and it gives you almost a clinical vibe when using the serum and the serum feels so silky on the skin. I really like this serum and although wrinkles aren’t one of my skin concerns right now, it’s working wonders on my dehydration lines in helping to plump them out and make them less noticeable.
I’d love to know if you’ve tried any of the Emma Hardie Midas Touch collection?