Anyone who follows me on social media (Facebook or Instagram) will know I’ve been extra excited this month. Not just because of the beautiful brides’ make up I’ve done or teaching special techniques but because I’m now a trainer for DNA skincare products.

I’ve completed my product knowledge with them to get to know all the products and have been doing some ‘experiments’ on myself with some of their range.  I’ve even dared to leave the house without make-up on a couple of times this month after using the DNA Skincare The Sun Always Shines. I’ve filmed my make-up-less self and the videos are on my Facebook and Instagram pages if you want to see how well they’ve worked for me.

DNA Spotless

But what I really wanted to tell you about today is their DNA Facewash called Spotless. It’s fine for day or night use and contains 5% glycolic acid and 2% salicylic acid. The beauty of these is that they are derived from natural products – the glycolic acid from sugar cane and the salicylic acid from willow bark.

How it works

These natural AHA’s including citric acid help to remove the build-up of dead cells which we all get naturally, while the salicylic acid removes impurities and any excess oil from your skin. The result of this cleanse and removal of dead cells means you are left with new, younger looking skin all ready for your daily make-up routine. Who wouldn’t want to look younger and refreshed?

How to use DNA Spotless

Massage it onto dry skin and leave for a few minutes to work before rinsing off with warm water and patting your skin dry. One word of warning: don’t use it as an eye make-up remover though!

Guess what? It’s not tested on animals, paraben free and all of its packaging is recyclable and made from recycled products so you can use it with a clear conscience.

I can’t tell you how brilliant this product is. If you’d like to see for yourself how well DNA Spotless works, give me a call and book in for a facial.  

About the Author

Eleanor Osmond

Eleanor Osmond

I graduated from the Oxford International School of Beauty in 2009, where I gained a CIBTAC qualification. I then furthered my career in makeup and permanent cosmetics, with Jemma Kidd, Airbase and The Clinical Academy. I now have over 10 years experience in the beauty and cosmetic industry.

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