Facebook pixel

Face facts

Posted by Editorial Assistant on 10 July 2024

If you're a social media regular you may have come across another beauty trend causing a stir – #SkinCycling. Super Facialist's resident skincare expert, Charlotte Connoley, recently took Kelly Andrews through the process and the tools for the job.

Night one is your exfoliation step. Try Super Facialist Vitamin C Micro Polish Wash (£10), which also introduces an essential dose of vitamin C into your beauty regime. Next, night two, is your retinol treatment. Super Facialist Retinol Restoring Serum (£19) is ideal for this. This is followed by night three: recovery. Here, you'll be nourishing and hydrating the skin with Super Facialist Vitamin C Sleep & Reveal Night Cream (£17). Finally, night four is a further night of recovery before you start the entire process again. This time you'll be boosting the skin's barrier with niacinamide for which Super Facialist has Clear Skin Breakout Buster Serum (£9). I'm off to give it a go.

Find all of these products at www.superfacialist.co.uk and high street retailers such as Boots and Sainsburys.

orange tube of vit c cream
blue bottle of serum
Tweet
Share on Facebook

Power Play

Meet your new hero product! From the Germaine de Capuccini Timexpert Rides range comes XCEL Retinage Filler (£120.25, 50ml). Its...

Bright-eyed and bushy tailed

If you're on the lookout for products to make you look more bright-eyed than you're feeling, ZO Skin Health Eye...

In The Red

Beauty editor Kelly Andrews is always excited to hear of a new Jo Malone London fragrance hitting the shelves and early 2024 brought news...