When I was asked by Ideal World to review a Crystal Clear Skincare Bauble* of course I said yes! I’ve always admired from a distance these beauty baubles but so far have never found the one which has twisted my arm enough to buy.
Despite it’s fair share of celebrity fans, Crystal Clear is a relatively low key skincare brand and doesn’t get spoken about anywhere near enough but I never see anything but positive reviews which has caused me lots of lusting from a far.
The set I have contained 4 miniature products 10 Minute Glow – a brightening and hydrating peel off face mask, Soothing Cleansing Gel – a foaming soap free cleanser, Skin Repair a Calming and nourishing moisturiser and Illuminate a moisturiser/illuminator to help brighten and create a more flawless complexion.
I’ve been using this little kit for just under a week and I’ve been really enjoying it so far, the cleanser does a great job of removing makeup and making the skin feel really clean, the moisturiser is light enough to wear under makeup and also moisturising enough to wear at night time, while the Illuminator is great to apply before foundation for a more dewy and radiant glow. As I’m writing this I’m currently sat wearing 10 Minute glow, although it’s been on for a little more than 10 minutes now – and it feels really lovely on my skin. Expect a full review of this one in a Face Mask Friday post possibly next week when I’ve had chance to use it another time or two.
I think these are a fantastic presents for anyone lady in your life, I know both my sister and my Mum would happily use these products and would make a good stocking fillers or secret santa presents too! There’s 3 baubles available – 1 with a full size version of the Face Mask, 1 with a Polish and one with 4 minis like this (although one product is different within the set). You can view the crystal clear range on Ideal World here.
Have you ever treated yourself to a festive themed miniature? Have you head of Crystal Clear Skincare?
*Product given for review by Ideal World. Many of you will know I work at Ideal World – I’ve tried many products from their which I’ve liked and disliked and reviewed accordingly. I’m under no obligation to write a positive review. All opinions on my blog are 100% my own.