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First Impressions: Christian Breton Skincare*


Skincare is something I love trying out, so when I am given the chance to try out a different brand I am usually all for it. I recently have been lucky enough to try out Christian Breton skincare, which is a brand I have heard so many good things about, but haven't had the chance to try yet - until now. 


I love new cleansers, it is something I seem to never get enough of. The Christian Breton Hydra Quick cleanser is the traditional type of cleanser. The formula isn't oil based, or heavy duty - so not something I would use to remove the bulk of my makeup, but something I would use in the morning to clean up my face, or as a second step cleanser after removing the majority. It leaves my skin feeling refreshed and clean. My favourite way to use this is in the morning in the shower, because let's face it - I somehow always seem to have makeup on after double cleansing the night before #pandaeyes

Remove makeup gently and effectively with the Christian BRETON Hydra Quick Cleanser; a quick-action cleansing milk developed for all skin types. Effortlessly massaging over the visage, the cleanser is enriched with Flower and Fruit extracts, which work in synergy to eliminate daily dirt, excess oil and impurities from the complexion, whilst ridding skin of makeup. After use, the face feels refreshed, purified and rejuvenated.

 The Christian Breton Dark Circle and Puffiness Eye Patches are so easy to use. I have really been enjoying using them. They are quick and easy to apply, then I forget about them while usually catching up with social media or doing the dishes, then simply peel them off. I have found it makes a definite difference to my under eyes using these, especially as I never get enough sleep!

Visibly brighten the eye contour with the Christian BRETON Dark Circle and Puffiness Eye Patches; a pack of three pairs of eye masks that transform skin in just 25 minutes. The hydrogel patches are quick and simple to apply; simply remove the film and place on the under-eye area. Whilst sitting on skin, the masks provide an instant boost to visibly awaken the eye contour and reduce the appearance of dark circles.

The revitalising eye masks are enriched with Hyaluronic Acid, Aloe Vera and Cucumber, which work in synergy to offer the eye area essential hydration and nourishment, whilst Vitamin A, E and Ubiquinone visibly lend radiance and a youthful appearance to skin. The masks are complete with an essential dose of Vitamin B3, which reduces the appearance of puffiness to leave eyes looking well rested. After use, the masks reveal bright and youthful eyes that are free from dark circles and puffiness. 

Overall I have been loving trying out the Christian Breton skincare range, and this has me curious to try out more!

Have you tried anything from them yet? Which items are you loving? Let me know in the comments below. 




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*These items were sent to me for review, but has in no way altered my opinion on them, and all words are my own, unless stated otherwise (usually in quotes!) 

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