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When it comes to treating yourself to a new high end skincare treat, I know how difficult it can be to decide. I have put together a list of five of my favourite high end skincare brands that I believe you could check out and a few products from each to look into.
Origins has been a favourite of mine for many years, it was one of my first ever high end skincare brands that I tried and I feel like I've stayed rather faithful to them ever since. The Ginzing Moisturiser has been one I've repurchased a handful of times what with it being a favourite with both my boyfriend and I, but the stand out product for me at the moment is the Makeup Removing Jelly which I've sadly come to the end to.
There's just something about Kiehl's always entices me. The simple packaging and gentle, yet effective formulas are just part of the reason I love this brand so much. The Ultra Facial Cream is another firm favourite in our household and it's lightweight, yet nourishing texture keeps my complexion hydrated all year around. A lot of their other products are also worth the hype and if I ever see a store when I'm around, I can't help but pop in!
Clinique is a cult brand for a reason, the Take The Day Off Balm being the first product I ever bought from them and one that kept me coming back for more. The Dramatically Different Hydrating Jelly* has over taken the balm as my top product from Clinique due to the fact that it's incredibly nourishing, lightweight and sinks in quickly - plus it feels like I've had this a lifetime!
Ahh... Pixi. The brand that deserves all the hype it's getting. From the famous Glow Tonic* toner to the highly coveted Peel and Polish*, they really are a brand that offers some incredible skincare products up. I've done a full blog post on my favourites here, but honestly I recommend checking out their whole site and collections as I'm sure you'll find something to suit your skin type and concerns.
The next two brands I'm going to talk about are high end brands on the more expensive end. Starting with Fresh, this brand has taken my skincare routine by storm and I can safely say I haven't tried a product from them I haven't liked, in fact I'd say I loved the majority of their products. Of course you'll probably know by now the Deep Rose Hydration range* is my all-time favourite especially the mask, toner and moisturiser - which helps to add a boost of moisture, making my complexion look brighter and feel softer.
Last up and number five, would be Drunk Elephant, a brand that I've recently discovered last year and it's now in the UK. The sleek packaging definitely entices me in and due to Instagram, I was certainly influenced into trying it out, but honestly some of the products are worth the hype. The Virgin Marula Oil* is absolutely fabulous especially during the colder seasons and the D-Bronzi Anti Pollution Sunshine Drops*.
Honourable mentions would be Glossier, Charlotte and Sunday Riley, three brands that have made it's way into my skincare routine on regular occasions.
What are your favourite high end skincare brands?