I was introduced to the Tula Probiotic Skincare range at the start of the year, and I was so impressed with it, as it really is a lovely range of products that are great for correcting, balancing and generally improving all types of skin woes. Therefore, I was hugely excited to hear that they had extended their range to include a collection of Kefir products, and consequently couldn’t wait to get my hands on them. The Tula Kefir range is all about replenishing and repairing dry and/or dehydrated skin. I think we all suffer from a bit of dehydration occasionally, so these are handy products to keep in your stash.
The Tula Kefir Cleansing Oil (£22 here – link) is a beautiful product to use, that feels light yet nourishing on the skin, and perfects the balance so skin feels hydrated without any greasiness. Most importantly, it’s a great make-up remover that works on all make-up, including stubborn and waterproof mascara, making it a really lovely cleansing treatment to slot into all routines.
The Tula Kefir Moisture Repair Pressed Serum (£50 here – link) is a really interesting product, sold as a replacement for both serum and moisturiser. It’s like a rich, thick balm (think Decleor Night Balms) that sits on the surface of the skin, providing a cushion of deep hydration. It was definitely too rich for my skin, but if you’re someone who’s extremely dry and struggling to find anything that’ll really help, I think this would be a great investment.
The final product is the Tula Kefir Hydration Mask (£34 here – link) which is a wonderfully milky, creamy product that feels like a rich, thick moisturiser on the skin. I use this in the bath by applying a thick layer and letting it do it’s thing, and within 10 minutes it’s all pretty much absorbed. It’s one of those lovely products that just does exactly as you would hope, leaving skin feeling and looking noticeably hydrated and plump without looking or feeling greasy. It’s also great following an exfoliating cleanse.
I notice that QVC UK have the trio available as a set for £55 here – link – which is a brilliant saving of £51, so if you want to try the full range, now is the time to take advantage.