Skin Deep | Elizabeth's Daughter

I'm starting a little three part series

on skincare and face products.


Let's call it Skin Deep, shall we?


I'll be honest...

up until this past year,

I hardly every even took off my makeup 

before going to bed.


I know, right, I'm disgusting.


 I'd wash my face on a recreational basis only

when I was bored

or primping for a party or event.


Otherwise.... couldn't be bothered.


And then... well, motherhood/baby loss/age

kicked me in the butt.


I stood in front of a mirror this fall

and couldn't believe how much OLDER I looked.


I was aging faster than Mel Gibson

after he pops out of the freezer in Forever Young.


It was insult to injury.


I hardly recognized myself...

and I decided to start trying to do a bit more

to slow down the process.


I chunked down some cash on products

and have been spending the last few months

seeing which is the best fit for my skin.


I figured it was time to share what I've learned with you...

just in case you wake up one day and find the same surprise

awaiting you in the bathroom mirror.





I honestly wasn't familiar with this Brit-based line until trying it....

I really like it!


I got the travel kit

that includes the facial gel cleanser, purifying mask and daily moisturizer.


I can't say that the products are anything magical 

when you first use them,

but they are a solid daily lineup

that will eventually leave your skin healthy.


(Which is the goal, right?)


I've used them for several weeks now

and my skin is smooth and my complexion is clear.



The moisturizer is nourishing without making me breakout...

and the mask is a nice treat to use every few days.




My face has felt really nice using this trio for the past few months.


What else I like about the brand?

It's void of the crap. No harsh chemicals in these.


It's packed with vitamins and natural elements

to brighten your face and keep it healthy.


It's affordable! The gel cleanser is only £12.


So there you have it...

Check out Elizabeth's Daughter for yourself.


(I think you'll like it, too.)





*photography by Noah Darnell

*products c/o Elizabeth's Daugther