Emma Hardie introduces Lotus Flower

Emma Hardie has launched Lotus Flower, a three-step skincare routing designed to help reduce high colour, blemishes, oiliness and shine.

The gentle, soothing range is designed for oilier skin types, as well as stressed, hormonal, perimenopausal and menopausal complexions.

The range is formulated with extracts of Egyptian and Sacred lotus flower; a combination that helps to reduce excess sebum production in the skin, calming and de-stressing the skin and leaving a smooth, radiant complexion.

Lotus Flower Targeted Blemish Treatment is an antibacterial and anti-inflammatory treatment that works directly on spots and breakouts to help reduce redness and blemish size within 6 days. 

Lotus Flower Treatment Cream is a light gel-cream moisturise that hydrates skin, helps reduce oiliness and inflammation, and strengthens the skin’s microbiome. Formulated with Egyptian and Sacred lotus flower, prebiotic preBULIN AGA, protective Pollustop and calming wild indigo, it leaves skin softer and smoother in 28 days.

Finally, Lotus Flower Treatment Serum is a lightweight gel serum that reduces excessive oiliness and shine on the skin, helps to reduce inflammation, and visibly improves skin tone, blackheads and blemishes. Along with the lotus flower extracts it contains PoreAway to tighten and refine skin and reduce shine, blackheads and microcysts; niacinamide to help regulate sebum and reduce inflammation; and hyaluronic acid to hydrate and moisturise.

In consumer trials, 89% said their skin was left immediately calmed and soothed when using the Lotus Flower range as a 3-step routine, while 71% said their skin as less oily after 1 week of use.

After 4 weeks, 89% said their skin was calmer, 77% saw an improvement in skin texture, and 74% said they had fewer breakouts since using the regime. 

All Emma Hardie Lotus Flower products are vegan, cruelty-free, fragrance-free and dermatologically tested.

The new range is available at emmahardie.com, RRP from £18.

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