We asked Pilates expert and beauty enthusiast Dominique Rohan to review both the Probiotic Skin Mylck And Nivea Hyaluronic Celluar Filler. Below is her verdict.
Esmi Skin Minerals‘
This product felt super nourishing from the first application and absorbed straight into the skin without leaving any residue. Gently hydrating this will benefit those wishing to use a serum but have had adverse reactions to products containing irritants such as perfumes and preservatives. The interesting ingredients are the probiotic lysates which boost the natural ecosystem of the skin allowing for a barrier between our skin and the elements.
This serum was particularly light and fresh on the skin, allowing for easy application of moisturiser. Very pleasant texture and perfect for super sensitive skin types.
More details here:
esmi Skin Minerals were created by Gold Coast based Evette Hess in 2017.
- A gentle, lightweight moisturising lotion and great for extremely sensitive, compromised skin
- Features specially selected Australian made probiotic Lysates ideal for skin application that can help create an ideal environment for your skin to thrive when compromised by outside elements and bad-bacteria
- First ever skincare brand to use a 100% Australian made probiotic
- Anti-inflammatory and hypo-allergenic
If you are needing slightly more hydration, you will enjoy the Nivea Hyaluronic Cellular Filler serum which helps to reduce the apparition of skin spots by slowing the production of melanin in the skin. Lightly fragranced, this serum seems to immediately hydrate and densify the skin, without leaving an oily film – a very good night cream booster.
I used this both morning and evening with very pleasing results and no extra oiliness or excess shine. This product felt like it energised my more mature skin.
Dominique Rohan is the owner and founder of P4Pilates.