Alpha H Balancing Cleanser*
Alpha H ABSOLUTE Eye Complex*
Alpha H Liquid Gold*
I’ve been an Alpha H Liquid Gold fan for a while, and I was recently sent some other products from the Alpha H range to give a whirl. The three products are well known in the Alpha H range and cult classics within the beauty industry. I know Liquid Gold is very much talked about in the blogging world but I havent heard an awful lot about the rest of the range.
The Alpha H Balancing Cleanser is really lovely to use, it takes off all my makeup and leaves my skin feeling fresh and clean. I've been using it as a first cleanse in the morning as it's great at refreshing the skin in the morning and leaving it nice and clean. It’s a creamy formula which leaves my skin feeling cleansed without stripping the skin of moisture. I really like this as it's perfect for my combo skin, especially as its learning towards the dry side at the moment. The Aloe Vera in this makes me skin feel soothed. Then I used the Alpha H Absolute Eye Complex. Im not sold on eye cream really, but I have to admit I really liked this. I’ve been developing darker and darker circles recently, and I really think I’ve noticed a difference since adding this to my routine. It feels very nourishing and sinks in quickly. I've noticed my concealer creases less, and it doesn't look as cakey on the under eye area.
Then we have the my personal hero product of the Alpha H range... Liquid Gold - a Glycolic Acid exfoliating toner which is an absolute dream to use. It’s hard to explain the effect without actually trailing it because it’s hard to describe. Used as an overnight treatment It just leaves my skin feeling incredibly glowy and fresh. It gives visible results and within a week I noticed my skin looking clearer and less scarred. It’s an absolutely must have product from the Alpha H range. I've done a full review on the product here if you want more details on it, but to be honest it's just fantastic and I highly recommend it!
The Alpha H range is available from QVC for a much cheaper prince compared to other online stores. The three products talked about here have a retail value of £91 but are on QVC on the 24th if you wanted to bag a bargain!
What do you think of these?