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Discover Melvita - Delicate Skin Discovery Kit

Melvita Discovery Kit Sensitive Skin

Sometimes my Boyfriend actually pays attention to the hints I drop around my birthday and Christmas. He scored brownie points on Christmas day when he gave me a Melvita Discovery Kit. For those not familiar with Melvita, it is one of France’s leading natural and organic cosmetic brands. Natural beauty lovers will be pleased to hear that Melvita products do not contain paraffin, silicone, PEG (polyethylene glycol), PPG (polypropylene glycol), ethoxylated products, parabens, phenoxyethanol, formaldehyde, chlorine derivatives, synthetic fragrances or colouring agent, di-ethyl phthalate, nitromusk. 

Melvita Discovery Kit Delicate Skin

The Delicate Skin Discover kit contains - Cleansing Micellar Water 35 ml, Rose Nectar Day Cream 15 ml and Nectar Night Cream 15 ml. 

All the products have a delicate hint of fragrance and feel gentle and soothing on the skin. If you prefer cleansing water then I highly recommend this one. Whilst it is not my preferred method of cleansing, I still have enjoyed using it. It is refreshing, soothing and does not leave skin feeling tight. I adore the creams. They are the perfect consistency (not runny or heavy) and my skin absorbs them easily. Even though the products are trial size there is ample for a week, in fact I may have got two weeks out of the creams (I wasn't monitoring).  

Overall, I am very impressed and would like to try more Melvita products. This Kit retails for £12.50 (other sets are available).  If I was to purchase regular sizes of the products the Micellar Water is £13 (200ml), Day cream £24 (50ml) & Night cream £26 (50ml). I do not incorporate a night cream into my current routine as I find them expensive.  If you decided to invest in full sizes, I feel as if these products are interchangeable so do not feel obliged to purchase them together.

Have you tried Melvita? What did you think?


Please note: Melvita's Parent Company is L’Occitane who do not have a good track record when it comes to their Animal Testing Policy