When it comes to skincare, I think there are very few brands who can deliver results for an affordable price. Glossier, The Ordinary and The Inkey List have dominated the affordable skincare game. But there’s a new brand on the block – Good Molecules. They sent me a few of their products to try out for myself and so far I have to say I am really impressed with them!
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I thought I would start with the Discolouration Correcting serum because it’s the one I’ve been most impressed by. I’ve been using it day and night recently and I have to admit I’ve been amazed to see the redness my skin usually has noticeably reduce! It’s made me feel so much more confident on my no makeup days and I’ll probably be re-purchasing this once my bottle runs out because it’s just great. I use 2-3 drops and gently press it into my skin after warming it in my hands. It’s $12 (around £9.60) and worth every penny.
I’ve also been using the Super Peptide serum on and off for the past month. This target the signs of aging, and as I am quite young (I’m only 26!) with little to no wrinkles I haven’t really noticed as dramatic a difference from using this one. That said, it does smooth my skin and help to brighten my appearance. It’s also $12 so really affordable for a 30ml bottle of serum.
When it comes to moisturisers, I like a nice, light formula to use during the day. Luckily the Silicone-free Priming Moisturiser is just that! It’s a lovely, light cream that sinks into my skin quickly with no tackiness. I like to use 1-2 pumps every morning after applying a serum, and my skin really loves it. It’s $14 (around £11.20) so not too expensive and comes in a 50ml tune that will last a good few months.
I love having a facial oil in my collection. This one is perfect for use in the evening and comes in a cute mini bottle. The Ultra-hydrating Facial Oil is a lightweight blend of camellia oil and sea buckthorn oil. It’s great for boosting hydration and improving glow. A little goes a long way, I only use 3-4 drops each time, so this 15ml bottle will last me a couple of months. It’s just $10 (around £8) so 100% worth the price tag!