Antonia Burrell Creme Supreme moisturiser review

Finding the perfect moisturiser for combination skin can be a bit of a nightmare. You need something that won't overload the oilier areas but that will also pack enough moisture in the hydrate the drier bits. If this sounds familiar, then Antonia Burrell's Creme Supreme* moisturiser is for you!

Creme Supreme is a lightweight moisturiser that's been designed to work with oily and combination skins to reduce acne bacteria activity and redness in the skin. It balances out oil production while also adding hydration and also works to increase radiance in the skin.

Antonia Burrell Creme Supreme moisturiser review

My skin tends to be quite dry but it definitely has oily areas and I've found this to be a great moisturiser to use in the mornings as it doesn't overload my skin before I apply my makeup. It also hydrates my drier patches well throughout the day. If you have oilier skin, then I think this would be a great product to use both day and night, but due to my dehydration I tend to use something a little richer overnight.

Like all of Antonia's skincare range, Creme Supreme is made up of 100% natural ingredients and features larch extract (a plant alternative to collagen), olive leaf extract (which reduces inflammation and redness in the skin) and mango seed (with high levels of Vitamin A, C and E).

At £68 for a 50ml pot, this is definitely a premium skincare item, but one I think is definitely worth the investment. My pot has lasted me almost 4 months with daily use - you really do only need a small amount per use.

You can find Creme Supreme and all of Antonia's skincare range online from her website and also from Look Fantastic and Naturismo.

If you're ever in London, then I'd also recommend booking in a facial with the lady herself. I had one last year and my skin was glowing for days afterwards!

Do you like the sound of this moisturiser from Antonia Burrell?

*PR sample

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