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First Aid Beauty: Sensitive Skin Saviours

First Aid Beauty: Sensitive Skin Saviours
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For lots of us with sensitive skin, the First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Cream has been a game changer, but that isn't all the brand is about. Discover more about them and some of their newest launches that are just what tired skin needs after a busy fashion week.

Hello FAB from First Aid Beauty

The First Aid Beauty founder Lilli Gordon specifically wanted to fill the gap in the market for skincare that would protect and care for sensitive skin, whilst still feeling fun and enjoyable to use.

They have definitely done that and the brand is now known for their incredible range of basic skincare; their moisturisers like the Ultra Repair Cream and masks like the Skin Rescue Purifying Mask have avid fans.

Developed with a Dermatologist, all the formulas are free from sensitising ingredients like Parabens, Alcohol and Fragrances, making them ideal for managing your skin's other needs without triggering sensitivity.

Now, their newest launches in the Hello FAB range are all about a little more fun, going above and beyond just the basics. More lifestyle orientated, incorporating new superfood ingredients and Korean beauty trends, these makeup-skincare hybrids are just what you need to perk up your skin.

  • 1.First Aid Beauty Vital Greens Face Mist and Setting Spray

    First Aid Beauty Vital Greens Face Mist and Setting Spray
    We love a face mist; they work for every skin type and are the perfect way to refresh your skin. This one is packed with greens like Kale, Spinach and Spirulina, but not just as a gimmick. They are rich in antioxidants, so help to fight against pollution, and paired with ingredients like Glycerin, Rose and Aloe, help to soothe and protect your skin. We love misting this over the skin both before and after we do our makeup, for skin that looks fresh and dewy.
  • 2.First Aid Beauty Coconut Skin Smoothie Priming Moisturiser

    First Aid Beauty Coconut Skin Smoothie Priming Moisturiser
    4.7 Stars 30 Reviews
    With ingredients like Quinoa and Coconut Water to help hydrate and fortify the skin, this moisturiser feels beautifully nourishing and lightweight on the skin. However, it is designed as a skincare-makeup hybrid that also helps to perfect the appearance of your complexion. Thanks to the micro-pearls that help reflect light and blur the skin for a beautifully smooth appearance, it is the perfect way to prep your face for makeup.
  • 3.First Aid Beauty 3-in-1 Superfruit Colour Correcting Cushion

    First Aid Beauty 3-in-1 Superfruit Colour Correcting Cushion
    Thanks to K-Beauty, cushion applicators are everywhere and we love the lightweight feel they give. This Colour Corrector cleverly helps to even out your complexion, with green to fight redness, pink to battle pigmentation and purple to brighten; just pat and bounce it over your skin to refresh and even out your complexion. With ingredients like Dragon Fruit, Kiwi, Blueberry as well as Niacinamide, the formula isn't just about covering up either. It really helps to balance, calm and nourish your skin all at the same time.
  • 4.First Aid Beauty Caffeine Matcha Wake Up Face Wipes

    First Aid Beauty Caffeine Matcha Wake Up Face Wipes
    4 Stars 1 Reviews
    At the end of the day, the first thing we want to do is take off our makeup. Whilst wipes will never be a replacement for a cleanser, they are brilliant for a first makeup removal, especially if you are on-the-go. These are infused with skin-loving ingredients like Vitamin C, Caffeine, Hyaluronic Acid and Aloe Vera. Easy to use, just sweep over the face to take away the day, any time of the day.

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Major fan of scented candles, Make Up brushes and Highlighter. I’m always on the hunt for those Holy Grail products and my dressing table is covered in more beauty products than I like to admit. As an adopted Northerner originally from Brighton, I spend most my days wondering what all this rain is about. My hair isn’t grateful for the move. Currently loving: NIOD Photography Fluid