Occasionally there’s a beauty launch that gets people talking, and a good example of this is the UK arrival of Tromborg. For those who are unfamiliar, Tromborg is a fairly vast range of make-up and skincare created by Marianne Tromborg (one of those infuriatingly naturally beautiful Scandinavians who you must stand as far away from as possible to maintain your self-confidence…) and both elements are extremely exciting; the make-up line appears to be mostly ‘healthy’ (lots of mineral products etc) but with a solid colour selection and lovely clean packaging, and the skincare range is really quite interesting. It’s broken down into two sections: Mood and Treatment.
Mood covers all the skincare basics such as cleansing, toning and masks, and the Treatment section is, as the name suggests, more aimed at targeted products such as serums and skin type specific moisturisers. There are 189 products in the range in total (seriously!!) with prices ranging from £16 to £250. Other than the make-up (when it comes to make-up of any kind I’m a bit of a magpie; I’m yet to be faced with a range that doesn’t pique my interest at least a little…) the products I’m most keen to find out more about are the masks, cleansing products (there’s an oil, a water and a foam) and the facial waters, of which there are three; Rose, Calendula and Lavender. The style of the range is typically Scandinavian with a very minimalist, unisex design, making this a range that I can see becoming extremely popular once word gets out. The range is available now at selected Debenhams stores, with the full range available at Debenhams Oxford Street and the line will also debut on QVC in January.