Sali Hughes' debut skincare line is the "white T shirt of skincare"

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Photo credit: Revolution Skincare
Photo credit: Revolution Skincare

When it comes to skincare, journalist, broadcaster and author Sali Hughes knows a thing or two.

Just like her fellow beauty expert Caroline Hirons, Sali has a loyal Instagram following who swear by her every recommendation. She’s reviewed thousands of beauty products on social media, and shared her expert knowledge in her books and articles for national and international publications. What's more she's the co-founder of Beauty Banks - a charity working to end hygiene poverty in the UK.

It's safe to say, Sali is a trusted and authentic voice in an ever-growing industry - so you can bet we were excited to hear that she's launching her debut skincare line in collaboration with Revolution Skincare.

On a mission to make your skincare routine easier than ever, Sali has created a line that's simple and low maintenance but uses active ingredients that really do work and work well together (say goodbye to skin irritation from incompatible actives ). Better yet, it's affordable - every product is £15 or less.

Photo credit: Revolution Skincare
Photo credit: Revolution Skincare

It's no surprise the skincare expert has been approached many times before about creating her own skincare line - but, Sali reveals she had a very specific vision, and wouldn't settle for less.

"My shopping list was specific and non-negotiable. I wanted British, affordable, democratic, cruelty-free, vegan-friendly products, plus the freedom and autonomy to make only products I believe in and would use myself," Sali says.

"I spend my life testing thousands of products and am very fortunate to have the very best of global beauty land through my letterbox," Sali says. "But sometimes I want to cut through the noise and slip on the perfect white T shirt of skincare - great, reliable, effective skincare products that just always work."

The collaboration with Revolution Skincare has allowed Sali to do just that. The core range has been two years in the making, and includes six cruelty-free and vegan-friendly products - two cleansers, one exfoliant, one serum and two moisturisers - with every product containing hydrating hyaluronic acid.

Photo credit: Revolution Skincare
Photo credit: Revolution Skincare

It's designed to compliment your existing products and slot easily into your routine. Other key ingredients in the line include niacinamide, lactic acid, salicylic acid and squalane - with no silicones in sight.

The Sali Hughes x Revolution Skincare line launches on the Revolution Skincare website on 28 April before rolling out instore at Superdrug across the UK.


We can't wait to get our hands on this!

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