Sarah Chapman is such a popular skincare brand within the beauty community, and they’ve just launched the Sarah Chapman Glow Illuminating Elixir which is a limited edition release but not just any release.
Sarah Chapman have created the Glow Illuminating Elixir to be a way to raise money for charity. With every purchase of the Sarah Chapman Glow Illuminating Elixir, Sarah Chapman is going to be donating £10 to The Prince’s Trust to support their Women Supporting Women initiative.
A cosmeceutical approach to inner and outer beauty, Glow delivers instantly luminous, lit-from-within radiance. Skin is smooth, hydrated and brighter from first use. Expertly blended to help soothe frazzled nerves, Glow provides a moment of serenity, helping to boost skin and spirits.
Sarah Chapman Glow Illuminating Elixir
The Sarah Chapman Glow Illuminating Elixir combines a glow-inducing scientific serum with an uplifting therapeutic oil blend to reveal a visibly fresh, radiant complexion and supercharge skin’s defences against modern environmental challenges and digital pollution.
The Sarah Chapman Glow Illuminating Elixir is £64 and contains 30ml, in the same style packaging as the rest of the Sarah Chapman skincare range inside a grey and clear coloured bottle with a silver metal pump dispenser. The directions are super simple, you just apply 1 to 2 pumps to freshly cleansed skin, morning and evening.
The limited edition product embodies Sarah’s dedication to rejuvenating skin at a cellular level. The scientific formulation boasts a cocktail of high-performance actives to promote a rejuvenated glow.
Among them are Blumlight™, a new-gen ingredient that tackles blue light pollution from digital devices and Nelupure™, an extract inspired by the lotus flower.
The lotus symbolises purity, serenity and opportunity, aligned with the charity’s mission to support and encourage new beginnings.
A luxurious essential oil blend of frankincense, neroli, jasmine, lavender and clary sage works wonders to relieve stress and restore flagging energy levels, while petigrain, palmarosa, fennel and rose absolute boost feelings of confidence.
The initiative behind the Sarah Chapman Glow Illuminating Elixir, really is fantastic and a £10 donation per sale is really very generous.
Some brands create charity products with a very small percentage per sale, which is then capped at a specific amount. £10 per sale really will make a massive difference to the charity, and the fact the Sarah Chapman Glow Illuminating Elixir is limited edition means it’s even more special.
It sounds like an amazing product, especially for this time of year when skin can be feeling particularly dry, dull and lacklustre.