Today I’m talking again about a company I never seem to stop raving about. Whenever someone asks ‘What is you’re favourite skincare brand’, I seem to always bring up the wonderful range from Sunday Riley and their latest product is one worth saving for!

Before I start rambling on about my love for their new edition to the collection can I just say that to me, skincare is something you invest in. As I always say you only have one face so why not spend money on looking after it, am I right? Quality products come with a price and for many reasons. Usually (and I say this with emphasis)… better ingredients, better research, better production… and better packaging. However the results are usually a lot more effective and last for much longer.

Tidal Brightening Enzyme Cream, from Sunday Riley is a long awaited/anticipated/hurry-up-and-become-available-to-buy product for me and the build up to this has been incredible. Finally, on a recent trip to Space NK I got my hands on this little beauty and I am well impressed for so many reasons. 

First, the packaging is just like the rest of the range, minimalistic, luxurious and durable. You can see and feel the amount of planning and detail that has been put into making the packaging of this product. Now to the formula itself. The Tidal Cream is a gel based moisturiser that brightens, exfoliates and nourishes your face – using next-generation water technology. You’re probably thinking, what on earth does that mean? Let me explain. 

Tidal uses enzymes to gently exfoliate your skin, whilst intensely hydrating your face using two forms of hyaluronic acid and tamarind acid. Hyaluronic acid is a popular ingredient used for people who suffer from dry, malnourished skin. The formula is also made up from Papaya enzymes and white alpha-arbutin to brighten, illuminate and reduce pigmentation. Sounds very posh right? The cream can increase moisture in the skin for up to 24 hours which is perfect for long days at work or University. The texture of this cream like I said before is a gel form, which I much prefer to a traditional cream as it isn’t as rich/greasy. It also lasts for such a long time as most gel moisturisers do as not a lot is needed and trust me when I say, a little goes a long way with this one!

I remember watching an interview with Sunday herself, and she explains that all of her products ingredients are in there for a reason. I love this philosophy and makes me a lot more confident when purchasing luxury skincare products. All of her products I’ve tried so far do a remarkable job, rejuvenating and treating your skin, so I cannot recommend this brand enough.

What are your favourite moisturisers?

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