Revolution Beauty Night Restore Oil and Skincare Tonics: What we know so far

Posted: 29 July 2019 10:55 am


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If you're in the market for inexpensive skincare, you need to know about Revolution Beauty.

Revolution Beauty is globally recognised for developing cheap and affordable skincare that actually works. Why is it so great and popular? The products are fuss-free so you know exactly what you are putting on your face! The latest items to drop from the brand include a nourishing Night Restoring Oil, as well as a complete range of unique skincare tonics that you need to try!

Where can you shop Revolution Beauty? The beauty brand sells both makeup and skincare products. You can shop everything from ASOS or you can shop just the makeup at Priceline. We aren't sure when the skincare items are dropping into Priceline, but we are sure it will be soon!

Revolution Beauty's new Night Restoring Oil is a midnight miracle in a bottle, formulated with squalene, evening primrose oil and lavender oil. These items work together to create a powerful serum that can restore the look of your skin's texture. The magic happens as you sleep, as this is prime-time for skin cell turnover. You'll wake up with skin that is dramatically more radiant, and we are obsessed!

What about the skincare tonics? You can shop a range of new items from Revolution Beauty include a rose tonic, a caffeine tonic and a CBD tonic. The rose tonic is great at restoring the skin as it contains Vitamin E extract, whereas the caffeine tonic is super energising and leaves you with a radiant complexion. It's formulated with witch hazel, so it can also help in keeping your skin clear. Finally, the CBD tonic containing tea tree extract is nourishing and kind to the skin.

All of the new skincare items from Revolution Beauty are vegan and cruelty-free.

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