It is 2022, and we no longer follow buzz words trends or viral sensations that have the internet on fire. Instead, we are taking a new path of self-love, discovery and using the right products for you. We all have different needs and skin conditions, and there is no one-size-fits-all magic wand that takes care of our skin in the same way. So here I will be sharing some of my favourites that I have used, tested, and received great results.
Even I sometimes get caught up in the hype of the latest beauty trends on offer on my social media feeds, so don’t feel bad. Below are two beauty products to use in 2022.
MARINE MIRACLE EYEZONE 10ml
ULTIMATE MULTI ACTION EYE COMPLEX – Signature formula, ultra-concentrated, restorative treatment.
Special Price £19.00
Ladies, you can now minimise the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, dark circles and puffiness with our nutrient-rich repairing eye concentrate. Transformulas Marien eye cream is a lightweight textured cream with an acutely powerful formulation, a combination of the unique hero signature marine plant extracts and five times ultra-concentrated 5x ALDAVINE™, which increases cell regeneration. This wonder product hydrates and moisturises. Its anti-ageing properties smooth the skin around the eyes, leaving you with a refreshing and visible improvement.
- Rejuvenating & Firming
- Strengthen & firms the skin
- Deeply nourishing
- Clinically proven to lighten dark circles + improve signs of ageing
- Reduces lines and wrinkles
- Boosts lymphatic drainage & circulation
- Anti-inflammatory + anti-fatigue
- Improves skin tone and clarity
Dark Brown – Permanent Eyebrow Tint £7.49
Most of us ladies love darker, thicker-looking brows, and Eylure Dybrow is the best way to get this look for up to 6 weeks. A proven formula will darken lighter brows to ensure an even colour and beautifully defined brows. Perfect all year round but especially in the summer months. Super easy to mix and apply, it is definitely a must-have product that will quickly become a staple in your beauty arsenal.
Feature Photo credit – Sora Shimazaki