Interest in natural and vegan skincare is on the up in the UK - according to The Vegan Society, sales of vegan beauty products increased by 38 per cent between 2017-2018, with skincare launches accounting for the most significant area of growth. One such burgeoning vegan skincare brand to watch is Romilly Wilde - a “clean, conscious, no compromise” company loved by the likes of Trinny Woodall and making a name for itself in a crowded industry thanks to its effective, high tech yet naturally derived skincare.
Two stellar examples of the lineup have been united at a 20 per cent saving to celebrate Mother’s Day and will become particularly handy for your mum/ mum mate’s PM skincare routine. The exclusive gift set comes in at a spendy £160, but you’ll be getting the following bestsellers for less (and they’ll last for months).
Night Duty Face Cream
A nourishing blend of potent antioxidants derived from gardenia flower, Chinese hibiscus, cherry blossom and white water lily (this sounds like quite the serene garden scene to me), this night cream helps to speed up skin cell metabolism and give collagen synthesis a boost. Hyaluronic acid keeps skin supple and hydrated and probiotic lactobacillus helps to strengthen the skin barrier and keep the skin’s natural microbiome in balance. All in all, the kind of nighttime care the dry skin among us especially could do with.
Active Boost Face Oil
Facial oils have the power to immediately add life and luminosity to even the most tired and sleep-deprived of skin - they’re a particular godsend for new mums. This blend combines gentle yet restorative rosehip, sea buckthorn and prickly pear oil with amino acid rich microalgae to reduce inflammation and sensitivity. It’s a silky fusion of antioxidant loaded actives and glow giving plant oils and you don’t need much - just a few drops per night does the job.
If this nurturing set sounds perfect for any mum you know, get on it - it’s a limited edition bundle and won’t be about for long. Get set for sweet dreams of the skincare variety.
The article was written in partnership with Romilly Wilde