New From Elizabeth Arden

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Elizabeth Arden released quite a few new products recently! I have been focusing a lot on skincare and my skincare routine recently. My skin has been going through a lot and the cold weather has done quite a number on my skin. Elizabeth Arden knows what a girl needs so they sent over some new products for me to trial. Here’s what’s New From Elizabeth Arden.

As mentioned here are three new skincare products from Elizabeth Arden which I am putting through a trial.

Superstart Probiotic Cleanser

This whipped mousse cleanser which transforms into a mineral-rich clay to purify, prep and infuse skin with protective probiotics to support skin’s natural defences. With water, it gently foams into a soft lather to rinse away makeup and impurities.

PREVAGE City Smart Broad Spectrum SPF 50 PA++++ Hydrating Shield

Elizabeth Arden introduces the first of its kind invisible skin shield to combine pollution and UV protection with our DNA Enzyme Complex to strengthen skin. Sheer, hydrating, invisible protection to help skin look younger, longer.

Ceramide Lift and Firm Sculpting Gel

A lightweight, invisible gel that helps redefine the look of your natural facial contours. Applied with the innovative massage roller applicator, skin feels instantly tighter. With continued use, ceramides and a blend of redensifying activators support skin’s natural collagen and elastin for a firmer, toned and more youthful appearance.

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I will definitely be doing an in-depth review of these latest Elizabeth Arden skin care products after trialling them for a while.  Also, I do have really high hopes for these products. I am an avid user of Elizabeth Arden and really enjoy their skincare products, they are of really high quality.

 

 

Have you guys tried these new Elizabeth Arden products before? Let me know what your thoughts are in the comment section below. Would you also recommend these to others who have not tried them before?

 

 

 


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