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Pestle and Mortar skincare is another brand I have trying on my rosacea skin. Based in Ireland, I thought these might work on my skin well.
“Everyone deserves to wake up to skin that looks and feels its best. Skincare shouldn’t be complicated. What you put on your skin everyday should provide cumulative benefits and you ought to feel confident that it will cause no harm.
I created Pestle & Mortar so that people who care about how their skin looks and feels can trust that what they are putting on their skin is pure, safe and highly effective.”
Dull and dehydrated skin is a frustration that you shouldn’t have to worry about. That’s why I brought this set with a discount code. Perfect travel size products to see if they react to my rosacea skin. The Pestle & Mortar Skin Hero Set contains full-size iconic products of Pure Hyaluronic Serum & Recover Eye Cream and deluxe midi-editions of acclaimed skin saviours Balance facial spritz and Hydrate lightweight moisturiser. Out of this set, I only loved the Pure Hyaluronic Serum and the Balance Facial Spritz. Just not a fan of the other two. I would only repurchase if I could get these at a good price. They are so expensive for me.
Erase is a lightly scented balm cleanser formulated with hydrating, cleansing and skin- soothing natural oils. Erase thoroughly removes all traces of make-up and grime form the skin whilst at the same time delivering nourishing and hydrating skin benefits.
I will be repurchasing in the future a couple of the products, if they are offer. I will be buying them for either Look Fantastic or Marks and Spencer. I am interested in a couple other products but they are out of my budget due to cost.