Expect goodie bags, pro advice and refreshments galore as REN Clean Skincare celebrate the launch of their Radiance PHA Exfoliating Facial in south London. See you there!

Written in partnership with REN Clean Skincare

What are you up to this weekend? Might we suggest you come on down to London’s most chic shopping mecca, Battersea Power Station, on Saturday or Sunday, to help celebrate the launch of REN Clean Skincare’s Radiance PHA Exfoliating Facial.

The REN party cart will be parked up outside the whizzy new Boots Beauty Store (well worth a browse, by the way) awaiting your arrival. Treats on offer include goodie bags worth a whopping £40 (when you buy anything  from REN in Boots), delicious pomegranate-flavoured refreshments (fyi the fruit is a key ingredient in the new launch), personalized skincare recommendations from the REN Clean Skincare experts, interactive games and more.

Part of the much-loved Radiance range, the new REN Clean Skincare Radiance PHA Exfoliating Facial is a nifty two-minute treatment, designed to be used two to three times per week. Powered by a blend of chemical, enzymatic, and physical exfoliants (including pomegranate enzymes and powder), it’s an ultra-gentle exfoliator that cleverly gives maximum glow but with zero irritation.

Some acid-based skin products should be approached with caution but not this one – containing PHA, the gentlest chemical exfoliant of them all, it is specially formulated for sensitive skin. Also in the mix are prebiotics to support the skin microbiome, plus vitamin C, niacin and pentavitin to aid hydration and boost the skin barrier. So your face is in the safest of hands.

Simply apply to cleansed skin, wait two minutes and then rinse off to reveal J.Lo levels of gleam and glow. Easy peasy!

When is the REN beauty pop-up? Saturday 2 March, 10am-8pm and Sunday 3 March, 10am-6pm.

Where? Just outside Boots Beauty Store, Ground Floor, Battersea Power Station, 26 Electric Blvd, Nine Elms, London SW11 8BJ

Do I need a ticket? Nope! Just turn up and enjoy. Happy shopping – and save us a pomegranate spritz please.