? It’s a new day…. and I’m feeling good ♫
Good Skin Day, resurfacing serum by Tropic Skincare*
Whilst I exfoliate all year there is something about Spring ? that makes me want to rev up my skin care, and exfoliating your skin – speeding up the renewal of skin to reveal the good stuff is just what you need to do.
Luckily for me along came Good Skin Day which is a restorative serum packed with natural ingredients including Papaya, fruit enzymes, AHA fruit complexes and hyaluronic acid (which boosts moisture levels)… SO, everything your skin needs for a Spring clean and to show itself off!
This serum, is just the right texture, not too runny and I really like the ease of the pump dispenser (no chance of spills). It smells very different from any other sort of skin care product I possess – to me it smells fizzy, fizzy in a good way, reminds me a bit of the kids sweets Refreshers!
As with all of Tropic Skincare products the packaging is beautiful and well thought out, so happy to have this out on display, not just because it looks good, but because it WORKS.
In the bottle Good Skin Day looks a soft apricot, when you dispense it (a couple of pumps is all you need) it is more of a pale apricot/white colour.
Tropic call it a resurfacing serum which could sound a bit scary but it is so gentle, my skin is loving it! I have been applying it to my face (concentrating on my lip lines and forehead) and neck 2/3 times a week, in the evening after cleansing then topping it off with my M&S Formula Night Cream.
After only a few days of use I started to notice results :)- my skin is looking smoother, brighter and more even in tone, not just a good day, but Happy Days! I even liked the way I looked in a photo!
I am now also using it on the back of my hands as I am loving the results so much on my face. I have received a lot of compliments recently about my skin and even my facialist remarked on how good my skin was looking.?
Like all Tropic Skincare products it doesn’t contain any parabens, palm oil, alcohol, etc and is certified by the Vegan Society and Cruelty Free International ?. Reassuringly Tropic are very open about all the ingredients they use, so you can know exactly what you are applying to your skin.
You can purchase direct from Tropic Skincare or if you want a treat for you and your friends you can arrange a Tropic Skincare Party at home. My local Tropic Ambassador is the lovely Sharon, you can contact her here.
I am also using Tropic’s contouring face masks – you can read more here.
Do you use Tropic Skincare? Or are you thinking about it. They have so many fab products, Skincare and Make up. I need to know more… so please leave a comment.
Oh yes – and make sure you Have a Good Day!! ☀️
* post includes a PR sample