Happy Tuesday everyone! As you may have seen from this post, I have a soft spot for SkinChemits. I’ve yet to be disappointed by the products I’ve tried. And all of them have become firm favourites in my skincare routines. Which is why I was excited to try the Bee Venom Facial Serum from them. And I was not disappointed!
Now I have to start by saying that is definitely a luxury skincare product. It costs £135, which is more than I would usually spend on skincare. But as the Skincare Guru Caroline Hirons says “If you would spend more on shoes, handbags, lipstick, jeans or fashion in general than you would on high quality skincare – you will be a sixty year old woman with a vintage wardrobe and a face like an alligator.” So is it worth the hefty price tag. In a word, yes. This serum will smooth and revitalise your skin giving it a more even toned appearance. While the bee venom works to increase blood circulation which plumps the skin and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
It’s a little miracle serum and my skin loves this stuff! Not only does it contain bee venom but there is also Manuka Honey which nourishes and moisturises your skin. Hyaluronic Acid which helps your skin retain the moisture. And Tegocosmo C2500 which works to blur age spots and imperfections. All in all this is working wonders on my skin at the moment. Although it’s incredibly lightweight it packs a punch when it comes to moisture. After using it my skin instantly feels nourished and moisturised and that lasts throughout the day.
So if you want to get your hands on the Bee Venom Facial Serum, not only can you win one of these yourselves using the widget below. But I also have an exclusive discount code that will allow you to get the serum for just £19.99 until the end of the month. Now seeing as this retails for £135, that’s a huge saving!!! Just use the code ‘Merryblog’ at the checkout.
The competition is open to those in the UK and Europe. The prize will be posted out by SkinChemists and the last day for entry is 31st March. Good luck!
And don’t worry, SkinChemists do not harm any animals. The bee venom used in this product comes from a sustainable source and no bees are harmed.