Get The Glow With Oskia Skincare
There is a bit of a hype in the world of beauty surrounding British skincare brand, Oskia. I’ve been hearing how amazing and effective their products are and I couldn’t wait to try it for myself! The science behind it is that Oskia produces skincare that are designed to rebuild the skin’s health using a range of bio-available such as vitamins, minerals, and amino acids to boost elasticity, plumping it’s appearance, brighten up lack-lustre dullness, and target dark circles and hyper-pigmentation. Sounds good to me!
Renaissance Cleansing Gel, £28
This gel-to-oil cleanser works like a dream to hydrate, soften, and removes make-up. It give immediate results even after the first use. I say it’s a gel, but Renaissance Cleansing Gel
pumps out ribbons of rose-scented pink balm which melts when you massage in to your skin. The second phase is to add a bit of water to emulsify in to a white milky oil. Then remove with a damp face cloth to reveal brighter, smoother skin.
The active ingredients in Oskia Renaissance Cleansing Gel are Vitamin A, C and E, fermented pumpkin enzymes, MSM (a bio-available form of the mineral sulphur), and starflower oil (Omega-6), and Magnesium. All of these ingredients combined allows the cleanser to improve the appearance of sun-damaged skin, restore and protect against environmental factors, deeply cleanse the pores, remove dull skin cells, soothe, calm, nourish and firm.
Renaissance Mask, £48.50
The Renaissance Mask
is a gentle treatment to re-balance your skin. And boy, does my skin need this right now. It’s so confused right now with the harsh, cold weather versus the stuffiness of the heating. The Renaissance Mask does the trick of saving my skin is from it’s dry and dehydrated state. It contains passionfruit, grape, lemon and grapefruit AHAs and papaya enzymes, rose and chamomile to boost radiance.
If your skin is suffering from dyness or dehydration, give this luxurious mask a go. If only for how delicious it looks! And because this mask contains AHAs which may increase your skin’s sensitivity to the sun, don’t forget to wear a moisturiser with SPF in it after using it.
Get Up & Glow Serum, £64.50
I always apply a serum before putting face moisturiser on but if I’m having a good skin day, putting a couple of drops of serum on it’s own is suffice. When I ran out of face cream a couple of months ago, I was using Oskia Get Up & Glory Serum
on it’s own and due to having hyaluronic acid in it, it did well to hydrate and protect my skin.
The water-based serum has a luminous, lustrous appearance to it that looks so pretty in the bottle. The actual serum itself sinks in quick and gives a very subtle dewy glow, bringing skin back to life. It is enriched with energising, anti-fatigue, anti-aging properties to provide nutrients to help rebuild the health of cells. The product life expires within 9 months of opening, and I really want to finish this bottle up because the thought of it going to waste upsets me because it is a bit on the expensive side. I reckon that’s easily done though, I’m a third in to it with 5 months left. Easy peasy.
All three products featured in this blogpost are suitable for all skin types.