In A Ren State Of Mind At Skins Institute Amsterdam

A facial treatment works as an instant pick me up for me. It will keep me from the winter blues that is slowly trying to get between me and my very good mood. And I am not fond of the winter season, I can tell you that. When you’re able to snuggle under a blanket and totally relax, you go for it any chance you get.

We started with a thorough cleanse of the skin with express make-up remover which is a cleansing milk that quickly and effortlessly removes make-up including stubborn waterproof mascara. After that the Rosa Centifolia gentle exfoliant cleanser was applied.


I love this product as it has it contains mini microbeads of Jojoba that gently buffs away last bits of make-up, dirt and dead skin. As I am visibly relaxing and quietly dozing off the keep young and beautiful is applied.

This serum has a slightly tightening feeling due to Hexapeptides from Yeast that stimulates skin renewal. The Native Peptides act as a safe alternative to Botox (ooh, love that) to smooth expression lines, also encouraging natural collagen filling of fine lines. This serum visibly tones while smoothing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.


I might be adding this to my basket when checking out is all that comes to mind. Then another serum is added. It’s called: the anti – redness hydrating and hyaluronic acid. Not that I have a lot of redness, but I understood that it contains a high percentage of hyaluronic acid that really boosts the skin. More boosting in the form of a facial mask is applied.

This is left on my face for a while. When the mask is wiped off with a warm cloth I can feel my skin feeling content with all of this extra pampering. and massage in one. To finish the treatment a bio retinol anti – aging crème is applied. This little miracle delivers retinol results without irritation. What else could a girl want? Interested in a Ren treatment of your own?


Find a few of my favorite Ren skincare cleansing products below.

Rosa Centifolia Cleansing by REN

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