Tuesday, 9 December 2014

BeautyLab: Foaming Cleanser & Smart Defence Daily Moisturiser


I was recently sent two full size products* from BeautyLab to review along with a selection of samples (I'll review the samples soon).

BeautyLab was launched in 2005 by a team of skincare experts with over 40 years experience formulating and marketing beauty products. The range of products are anti-ageing and help to give you a younger looking flawless complexion.  They are loved by celebs and are being used on the current series of the X-Factor.

Products are free from parabens, lanolin, petroleum and there is no animal testing.  The products are made with natural extracts, oils, actives, peptides and proteins.


Foaming Cleanser (200ml - £15)* -  this foaming gel cleanser comes in a huge pump action bottle making it easy to dispense the right amount.  It deeply cleanses the skin removing impurities and make up.  It leaves the skin refreshed and clean and has a delicious fruity scent.

It contains skin smoothing enzymes, silk, papaya, chamomile and pomegranate extracts. The cleanser is suitable for combination/oily skin types. I've been enjoying using it during my morning shower.


Smart Defence Daily Moisturiser (30ml - £25)* - this is a luxurious moisturiser which absorbs easily. It's rich in plant collagen, collagen stimulating peptides, hyaluronic acid, minerals, vitamins and amino acids. It also has a high UV protection and offers 24 hour hydration.  Suitable for all skin types.

Here are the samples I also received which I'll review shortly - I'm looking forward to trying the super luxe Black Diamond range


Have you tried any products from BeautyLab?

*PR samples

8 comments:

  1. I tried the moisturiser but it badly broke me out! x

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  2. Cleanser sounds lovely , may try this .

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  3. I like this brand - I use GlycoWash and it's one of my favourites x

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    1. I definitely want to explore more! x

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  4. I'm definitely intrigued by this brand. Thanks for the introduction!

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