It’s a fact of life that although most of us would like perfect skin, very few of us really have it and sometimes the normal functions of the body don’t happen as they should. This is definitely true of the skins’ natural exfoliation cycle, which often needs a helping hand to keep your skin looking refreshed and clear, which is why Elemis came up with the Dynamic Resurfacing range. The products are designed to keep your daily exfoliation on track, so we’re looking at the four products in the range:
Washing is probably the most important factor in keeping your skin free from dead cells which can make your complexion look dull and lacklustre. This facial wash from Elemis is designed to actively smooth and refine the face, sloughing away dead skin cells and unclogging the upper layers of your epidermis, to reveal vibrant, fresh skin beneath.
Masks are a fabulous ally against the build-up of dead skin cells as they can be left on and allowed to work over a period of time. This mask in the Dynamic Resurfacing range has a gel consistency and gives a powerful tingling sensation when applied to the face, so you can actually feel it working. It will not only re-texturise the skins’ surface but also balance sebum production levels whilst protecting the skins natural pH levels.
Night creams are fantastic because you can use rich products which you wouldn’t want to use during the day, and not have to worry about them interfering with your make-up! They also get a long time to soak in and really work, which is what makes this night cream so successful. As well as stimulating the skins’ natural cell renewal processes, it also helps to smooth fine lines and reduce the appearance of other imperfections, too.
This serum is powerful stuff, containing four flower Alpha Hydroxy Acids, Selastin and patented Tri-Enzyme technology. It’s clinically proven to smooth the skin’s surface, revealing a beautiful complexion beneath. It also helps with other imperfections, such as wrinkles and enlarges pores and its a good all-round product for a number of skin issues.
Last updated on 03/07/2017.