Tuesday, 7 March 2017

DHC Olive Skincare Collection



A woman's body is an amazing thing and is capable of so much, but with the demands of everyday life, there's little or no time to treat it. With Mother's Day round the corner, there's no excuse not to give a little back. Cult Japanese brand, DHC has everything covered to ensure every mother's skin and body get the treat they deserve.





DHC Skincare is very prominent in my beauty regime because they design products you can trust, pair that with two new products being released in my favourite scent for skincare, my hands were up sooner than you could say Olive. 

Designed for all skin types, DHC's Olive Corn Body Scrub* retails at £15.50 for a 200g tube. The scrub is surprisingly creamy, foams up ever so slightly and leaves skin feeling invigorated while cleansing, polishing and moisturising skin. It contains natural corn cob granules in two sizes which help remove dull and dead skin without irritation or red marks. My skin can be quite sensitive and not the most responsive to scrubs but this has done the job perfectly, my skin feels smoother and looks clearer without any lasting redness. The nourishing olive oil and vitamin e has definitely helped.

After jumping out the shower with my baby bottom smooth arms I've been massaging in, the oh so delicious Olive Body Butter* which retails for £17.00. The luxurious butter is full of softening botanicals such as shea butter, olive oil, coconut oil, avocado oil and argan oil so you can imagine just how incredible my skin feels right now. The best thing I've found with the butter is, even though it is quite thick, it's not greasy and it soaks in effortlessly just like a light moisturiser. It is almost too good to be true.  

Both products are available now and you kinda owe it to your skin to try them, you won't regret. 

*Press samples.
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