I’ve ignored Lulu’s skincare up until now. I don’t really know why, but I just find celebrity tie-ins rather gimmicky, and ordinarily I’d prefer to buy my skincare from certified skincare professionals rather than ex-popstars, but that’s me being a snob, I guess.
Complexion cocktail is a lightly viscous pale pink liquid, which is packed full of hydraluronic acid and vitamin B12, it’s designed for tired, dehydrated skins (which has been a bit of a theme this week if you’ve been paying attention) and I think it’s a bit more of a treatment than a daily toner. I think it would be excellent for sorting out hungover skin. Which I never have, of course. EVER.
I use this after my Clarins Gentle Exfoliating toner, and it soothes cools and refreshes whilst adding a shot of moisture before I follow it with Hydraluron, Aquarysta and my normal moisturiser. I really like it. It’s great for adding a shot of moisture when you need it, and if I could change one thing about it (besides the pea-green container, which is rather hideous), I’d put it in a spray bottle to make it easier to refresh your skin with the product during the day.
Lulu’s Time Bomb Complexion Cocktail costs £24 for 100ml from the Timebomb website, or you can get kits containing a full size of the product from £35 on QVC. I might even investigate the range further, myself.
The Fine Print: PR Sample.