Whenever I am on my way into Nottingham, there's a place we always pass and every single time we pass it I'm left wondering what lies inside for the rest of the day. That place is a Sk:n cliinic. My closest one is just outside of town, so it's never really easy to just pop into when I am out shopping for the day, but after curiosity got the better of me I recently decided to do a bit of research and see exactly what this mysterious clinic that always catches my eye was all about. A couple of hours later and I'm left with a huge wish list of skincare products I am dying to try! Some are from Sk:n themselves, who have their own full skincare range, and some are from other brands I both know and haven't yet tried before, which Sk:n sell in their clinics and on their online shop. I thought I'd share the products which you I have my eye on the most because let's face it, any excuse to talk skincare makes me happy!
001. Avene Very High Protection Spray SPF50. I'm finding myself so frustrated with SPF's lately. I want an SPF in my moisturiser, but I know an added SPF on top of that is better so I always add an SPF cream on top of my moisturiser. This is keeping my face as safe as I can, but the rest of me has nothing to use! I struggle with sun tan lotions because I find them so hard to rub in. A spray version would be fantastic and I'm hoping, so much easier to use too. (Sk:n, £19.50)
002. Sk:n Facial Exfoliating Cleanser. I love cleansing, and I love exfoliating. But lately what I have loved even more is doing both at once! I love mixing exfoliating beads in with my balm cleansers. I'm really intrigued by Sk:n's Facial Exfoliating Cleanser, it sounds like something I'd love and even better, it's aimed at combination/oily skin which is my skin exactly. (Sk:n, £22)
003. Sk:n Anti-Redness Face Cream. I'm sorry, I can't help it - no matter how many times friends tell me my naturally rosy cheeks are cute, I will always hate them and wish I could rid the redness forever. And that's why the Sk:n Anti-Redness Face Cream has caught my eye. (Sk:n, £29)
I definitely think I'll be making the effort to go into Sk:n next time I am on my way into Nottingham. I want to see all the products they have to offer in person and I might even get some information on the treatments they do. As I get older I am starting to worry about my teenage years wear I didn't think to use SPF, I'd hate to have sun damaged skin so it'd be reassuring to get that checked out. Have you ever visited a Sk:n clinic? Have you tried any of their products?
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*This is a sponsored post written by myself, however the products have been chosen from genuine interest and I am excited to pop in to Sk:n in person soon for a proper look.