Dr Hauschka – Regenerating Skin Care Set
What you get in the tin
I purchased this as a little gift to me. Dr Hauschka are a brand I really like, they contain botanical oils with plant extracts to create unique and effective products that don’t make widely optimistic claims.
This kit partly appealed to me because of the tin, I am always a sucker for packaging, especially boxes (tins) etc as I like to re-use them – use them as drawer dividers etc. I was hoping that this tin would be magnetic – i.e. I could use it after as a make up palette, as the plastic ones can be a bit fragile (the clasp always seems to go), but it wasn’t still I will find a use for it.
The contents of this kit are aimed at ‘mature’ skin:
*not in this review – saving as a travel size
I have been using them each morning for the past 10 days in the order above.
It is clear and very easy to use and is absorbed into my skin. I have been rationing it a bit and using it on my frown lines, and cheeks only. Ideally you would use it on your neck too but the size in the kit is quite small. I have also recently started to use a Dermal Roller (post coming soon) on my frown lines and really feel that the roller followed by the serum is doing me some good.
Regenerating Day Cream
This contains shea butter among other things and is quite thick but a delight to use and sinks into my thirsty skin. There is no SPF protection so you do need to top it off with an SPF ideally factor 50 or over.
Regenerating Neck and Décolleté Cream
I am very guilty of neglecting this area and it is starting to show on my neck. I have combined a neck cream into my routine but starting this in your 40’s is too late really, but of course better late than never.
Regenerating Eye Cream
This is quite thick and maybe a little bit heavy for day? And stupidly I got a bit in my eye, and ouch did it sting must be all the essential oils, it went off quickly enough though and all fine after.
I did enjoy using all the products, if I were to plump for just the one product it would be the serum, as I do really think that pesky frown line looks a little better!! 🙂
Until next time – kisses!