Macaroons and Organic Skincare | Melvita at Laduree
Last week, I paid a visit to my local Laduree at Covent Garden Piazza. Though I’ve been living in the area for over a year, I had yet to enjoy the decadence of French patisserie and hospitality. So, when the organic skin brand Melvita invited me to join their lovely team for an education on their new products over macorons and tea at Laduree, I must confess, I was delighted!
You may have already read my previous post, detailing the ethos behind Melvita, so you’ll be well aware that it is a French organic beauty brand, with nature at its heart. If you haven’t read that particular post, you can do so, here.
At the event, myself and other press were introduced to Melvita’s Algascience Contouring Cream and ProSun Self-tanning Moisturing Gel-Cream. The former contains complex algae; pink Coralline, red Palmaria and brown Fucus and claims to provide contouring, anti-cellulite, firming and draining actions around so-called problem areas. And according to 94% of volunteers, it really does work. The self-tanning gel-cream isn’t one that I’d use (I don’t do fake tan), but it sure did smell gorgeous – not unlike an orange grove in Summer.
The products I was especially interested in, were those in the Melvita Rose Nectar collection. I’m a huge fan of rose in beauty products – it makes a fantastic toner (and reminds me of home baking – specifically, gulab jaman). I got to try the moisturiser, which of course smelled amazing, but it also felt great on my skin; light, non-greasy (absorbed easily) and refreshing. This range may just find a place in my life.