Tuesday, 19 December 2017

Beauty Kitchen: Seahorse Plankton Range

Way back in September I received Beauty Kitchen's Seahorse Plankton 5 Minute Miracle Mask in the final YOU Beauty Box (see HERE). It's an absolutely fantastic mask (and range).

I've been testing out a few bits* from the range so read on to find out what I think. 

Beauty Kitchen very kindly sent me some other items from the range to test out with the mask. You can pick the products at Holland & Barrett countrywide or online.

The Seahorse Plankton range is made with Plankton microalgae which is stuffed full of Omega fatty acids, vitamins and antioxidants which help to increase collagen production by 19.3% in just 24 hours. The products will make your skin firmer, plumper, more radiant and glowy.

Beauty Kitchen have teamed up with The Seahorse Trust to help #SaveStan and millions of endangered seahorses like him. They will donate money on your behalf to help save these magical creatures. If you buy a #SaveStan Skincare Treasures Set, you will receive a free 4 month Seahorse Adoption pack.

I've been really impressed with the whole range - how lovely they are, how nice they feel on my skin and how effective they are.

Everlasting Radiance Cleansing Gel* (£14.99 - 100ml) is pale blue in colour! The cleansing gel smells of the sea and contains 100% natural biologically proven microalgae which cleanses and refreshes the skin. The cleanser also contains frankincense, immortelle, angelica root and blue chamomile which hydrate and protect.

To use: massage onto damp skin before removing with warm water or a konjac sponge or cloth. My skin is left feeling clean, comfortable and nourished.

The star product for me is the High Definition Face Oil* (£19.99 - 30ml) which is an absolute delight to use.  The oil contains biologically proven seahorse plankton microalge which helps to smooth out wrinkles, plump the skin and nourish. It's suitable for all skin types and helps to prolong a youthful glow.

To use: apply a few drops to the face and neck twice a day using circular motions.

The Everlasting Radiance Moisturiser* (£19.99 - 60ml) is suitable for daily use. As well as the seahorse plankton microalge it contains sea kelp, blue chamomile, angelica root, immortelle and frankincense. 

To use: apply a small amount to your face and neck daily. For extra special results use after the facial oil.

The 5 Minute Miracle Mask (£14.99 - 60ml) is a CEW Beauty Awards Finalist 2017. The mask feels lovely on the skin, plumping, nourishing and firming.

To use: apply a thin layer to face, neck and decolettage and relax for 5-15 minutes before removing with a cloth or konjac sponge. My skin is left feeling soft, healthy and plumped.

Have you used anything from Beauty Kitchen? If so, what's your favourite product?



  1. I really love the packaging for this range and the products sound great! I purchased the facial cleansing balm a while back, but haven't tried it yet! xxx
    www.justemma.co.uk - green beauty + lifestyle

  2. I've just tried the brand for the first time and love their Seahorse Plankton facial oil! I will definately be trying more products out as they all sound amazing!

    I also love the #savestan campaign too; more brands should be proactiv in this way x

    Emma @ www.beautyfolio.wordpress.com