To set your expectations this is a luxury skincare brand with the products I'm sharing today ranging from £34 - £41. The packaging meets the price points expectations has sat very nicely atop my dressing table.
Starting with DHC Beauty Lift Lotion*, a hydrating lifting toner. This is an eye watering £34 for a product many consider to be fancy water. The price is somewhat justified in that it has a formula which will moisturise your skin and minimise fine lines and wrinkles thus giving you a smoother complexion. That said, and whether I'd pay to replace it, I really did enjoy using this and my skin has looked better for it in combination with the other products from the range.
For just £1 more you can find the DHC Beauty Lift Essence* which is a 'silky soft lifting serum' and we are used to paying a little more serums. Promoting firm, lifted looking skin it's another unique formula to minimise those lines and wrinkles, you'll see a theme going here. It's typical 'serum' formula in that the pump dispenses a gel like formula which absorbs into the skin nicely ready for your next step.
The next step in my morning routine was DHC Beauty Lift Milk* which contains pentapeptide-18 to help reduce the look of wrinkles and oat kernel extract to help sooth the skin. I found I was able to use this as my day moisturiser as the DHC Beauty Lift Intensive Lifting Cream* could be too rich for everyday use. The latter once again ticks all the boxes for promoting that firmer skin and will deeply hydrate your skin so it's perfect if you've had a long day. It really does feel luxurious to apply, perfect for adding something special to your evening skincare regime. If you have very dry skin you'll love this.
Overall my experience with DHC has been positive. I've been using and testing a lot of skincare over the recent months (not all at the same time obviously!) and my skin is really thanking me for it. Dry patches that plagued me during winter have disappeared and despite being another year old I don't think I've too many additional lines and wrinkles to hide!
Have you tried DHC products before? I'd love to hear your recommendations.
*this post contains press samples