I think most will agree that Elemis is best known for it’s extremely iconic Pro-Collagen range, especially the Pro-Collagen Marine Cream, so if you’re a fan of the cream and you need to try some more from the range, or you just fancy dipping your toe into this popular collection, say hello to the Elemis 4-Piece Pro-Collagen Real Results Collection, which is launching as QVC TSV on the 17th September 2017.
The QVC TSV Elemis 4-Piece Pro-Collagen Real Results Collection contains four products, two of which are full-sized, with the other two being generous sample sizes. The two products I’m most excited about are the Pro-Collagen Advanced Eye Treatment (15ml – full size) – if you want fast results on any issues with the skin around the eye area, use an Elemis eye treatment – and the Pro-Collagen Marine Mask (15ml – sample), because my mask obsession knows no limits.
The star of this set is likely to be the Pro-Collagen Marine Oil (15ml – full size) since it’s a new product for the brand, and something I think a lot of people will want to try, especially the hardcore Elemis fans. The final product is an oldie but a goodie, the Pro-Collagen Oxygenating Night Cream (30ml – sample) which is a lovely rich hydrator that’ll effectively compliment the other products in this set.
Elemis usually chuck in a vanity/cosmetics purse with their TSVs and this green one is particularly good since it contains plastic sections making it great for travel – I might finally be going on holiday early next year so I’ve put this aside, hopefully! I’m so used to Elemis QVC TSVs being big, bold and packed full of large products that the sizes of these four caught me off-guard, with the largest being the sample sized night cream at 30ml, but the two lead products (the eye treatment and the oil) are concentrated formulas where you only need a smidge of each, so if you look up the price point of each product, this is still a very good value set. The four come in at over £168, but the Elemis September 2017 QVC TSV will be around the £60 mark. It launches at midnight on the 17th September.