Kinvara skincare review.

Kinvara skincare. 

Hi guys, some of you might remember me picking up these Kinvara goodies at the craft and design fair in the Rds earlier on this month. I have been using them the last month and want to share a mini review on the products. 

Now I know I am not a beauty blogger but what I loved the most about this brand was that it was an Irish business and I love to support local Irish brands as much as possible. What caught my eye (or nose should I say) was the smell of both the cleansing oil and serum as they smelt like a day at the spa, smelt delicious just like when you get a facial. 

I picked up the cleansing oil and the rosehip facial serum. 

I have dry dehydrated skin that feels tight after washing so was on the hunt for something that would replenish and re hydrate my skin. 

I started off by doing a deep cleanse at night and the amazing thing was how this lifted off my heavy make up, as I work in retail I wear quite heavy makeup so I don’t look like a ghost under the harsh lights. 

The one thing I would say is don’t be tempted to be heavy handed with the oil, a little really does go a long way, I massage one small pump on my wet face and then wipe away with a warm damp cloth, the smell is devine and I feel like its a spa treatment. 

Here is a link to their website with full details on the oil cleansing method. 

I found after the first week I had some spots on my chin and forehead but they went away quickly and overall I had more glowing hydrated skin and looked more plump in the cheeks. 

What I love the most is the fact my skin doesn’t feel tight and when I wake up in the morning I have no black marks of mascara, It really is amazing at lifting off my layers of mascara. 

The rosehip serum smells so fruity and amazing and leaves a lovely feeling on the skin especially when you use it at night and wake up the next morning. 

The one thing I will stress is use a tiny amount especially if using under your make up, if you have oily skin then definitely use a smaller amount, as a treat I put a little extra oil on every other night and tie my hair back and when I wake up my skin is so smooth and hydrated. 

As you can see in the above pic I am a fan of a full face of make up so if your looking for something that is strong at removing make up but kind to your skin then the cleansing oil is definitely worth a try, If you pop over to their website you can order a sample size so you can have a try before you buy. 

I think the rosehip day cream is next on my list to try, when these run out I think il treat myself to the full set that is on their site for 60 euro, I think this is great value as my bottles are not even a third gone after using them all month. 

Let me know if you have tried this skincare range and whats your fave item. 

Chat soon, 



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