Image Skincare has made it top of my skin care favourites list the last while. After I got their 02 Lift Facial (see review here) I have been obsessed with their products. They are better than any other salon brand I’ve used in my time as a beauty therapist.
The best of research goes into every ingredient of their products and they are ‘dedicated to offering safe products without the use of chemical preservatives like parabens’
Their ‘the Max’ range which includes an eye cream, face cream, serum, and cleanser, is part of their anti-ageing range to help prevent the effects of ageing as well and repair already damaged skin.
The ‘the MAX’ facial cleanser has plant derived stem cells which work with your own skins cells to protect and nourish them. It is sulphate, paraben and acid free and keeps your skins PH n balance. It also contains rice protein which promotes collagen ans oat kernel to reduce inflammation and redness making it perfect for all skin types and those wanting to protect their skin against everyday environmental damage. The cleaner is really silky and lathers into a nice foam.
A little goes a long way like I’ve found with all Image Skincare products so far.
The ‘the Max’ eye creme, again also contains the powerful plant stem cells so it helps reduce the appearance of wrinkles already visible around the eye area as well as preventing further ones.
I’m really enjoying using this as looking after the skin around my eyes is something I’ve been aiming to do more this year.
I’ve noticed the black rings under my eyes a lot less visible since using this and the skin is more supple and hydrated. I apply it every morning and night and think its great for reducing that morning puffiness too! It also doesn’t sting at all which is what turned me off using eye products, especially after I used a Dr.Nick Lowe eye cream that stung the life out of me after paying almost €30 for a tiny tube!! So I’m very happy with this one by Image Skincare.
For more information on Image Skincare and to find you nearest stockist see here