Latest in Beauty Advent Calendar Opening - Day Six!

ESPA Lift & Firm Skincare

Right so I have a bit of a dilemma with this advent calendar, as lovely as it is (which is really, really is), I think it's making my skin a bit confused! Obviously I'm writing this way after I opened the 6th door, so I don't know whether it's this or the other skincare products I received after this opening. But between my eyebrows I've now got a slight skin irritation, there's just loads of tiny little bumps, which is making me a very unhappy bunny, as it's making my foundation look crappy. I don't know if it's this product in particular, the abundance of different products I'm shoving on my face or another sample that I'm using. Rant over, now onto the product review. 

I've always seen ESPA around but it had never really crossed my mind to try any of their products. The first out of the two products was the 'Lift & Firm Moisturiser'. It claims to smooth lines, help lift the skin's structure, minimises line and boosts cell regeneration for younger looking, smoother, soft and supple skin. Right so I've never actually purchased an anti-ageing product myself before, at least I don't think so. In my mind, I still myself as being too young to start layering on the anti-ageing stuff, but I suppose that it might be better to start off young? I'm not sure, still very undecided on when the right age is to start using them is. I've used it alongside the 'Lift & Firm Intensive Eye Serum' a couple of times, but neither times have I really noticed any of the list of promises. Again, I don't know if it's because there's nothing really to minimise or lift. But it smells very herbally but I quite like it, and it does leave your skin feeling soft. As for any of the other promises, no such luck. They're nice products and I've enjoyed using them, but I think it's safe to say that I won't be running to John Lewis to purchase these anytime soon. What's your opinion on using anti-ageing products in your early 20's downwards? When do you think is the primetime to start using them? 

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