The collection harnesses a lightweight and calming formula across four products: DHC Beauty Lift Lotion (£34), a soothing and hydrating toner to reduce the look of fine lines, while prepping the skin; DHC Beauty Lift Essence (£35), a soft serum that contains a formula of botanicals, peptides and olive oil to hydrate and fight fine lines; DHC Beauty Lift Milk (£34), a lightweight, milky-textured barrier-supporting moisturiser; and DHC Beauty Lift Cream (£41), a rich, intensive moisturising cream for overnight use. One thing I will mention about the cream is that it is very heavy, so if any area of your face is prone to breakouts (the chin for my Mum and I) then do avoid this area. It's best for those with really dehydrated skin. Although mature, dehydrated skin is the main target, the majority of the products are nice to use for the majority of skin types. However, as I previously mentioned, you're not going to see major changes (apart from being very soft) if your skin isn't ageing. I have given these to my Mum to further try out, so we shall see how she gets on.
Do you think this range is something your Mum would like? It's sure going to help create the perfect beauty 'shelfie', that's for sure. The collection launches 1 March.