What is it? Lovely range of skincare with three strands – for purifying/mattifying, hydrating, and firming/anti-ageing — from a top London facialist, Úna Brennan.
What’s the USP? Even if you can’t avail yourself of one of Úna’s sensationally good facials, these products are designed to enable you ‘to attain plump, vibrant, glowing, healthy skin at any age and for every skin type from the inside and out’ — at bargain prices.
Hero product? Neroli Firming Intense Facial Serum (£14.99, at superfacialist.com and Boots), though I’m also rather fond of the Tea Flower Deep Clean Pore Purifying Clay Mask, £8.99.
Why the name? Neatly evokes both the expertise behind the brand, and what users hope it will do for their skin.
How new is it? Launched last year.
I’d try…? Any of it – I find all of it very appealing and the formulas are lovely (at this point, I have to put my hand up and admit that this range comes from the same brand-stable as my Good Things range, though that doesn’t necessarily mean I’m predisposed to like it). Úna is one of the most brilliant facialists I’ve had the luck to meet. so I AM predisposed to anything she puts her name to.