While Kate has a closet to rival the most stylish department stores, we know she looks just as beautiful in casual jeans as she does in a ballgown. It is not the clothes that make a woman beautiful, but her natural features. And with Kate, her glossy locks and glowing complexion are her crowning glory.
The Duchess of Cambridge knows the key to a gorgeous face is a flawless complexion. All the Bobbi Brown foundation in the world cannot cover up unhealthy skin. Her daily regimen must be amazing to keep up with London pollution, humid summers, cold winters, and trips abroad with nary a pimple. Since her teenage days, Kate has relied on Swiss skincare Karin Herzog to keep her skin smooth and healthy. As her skin changed from adolescence to adulthood and into motherhood, Kate was always able to find the perfect regimen in the Karin Herzog line.
Karin Herzog was founded over 40 years ago in Switzerland by Nobel Institute honoree Dr. Paul Herzog and his wife, esthetician Karin Herzog. The line harnesses a stabilized, active form of oxygen that uses the element’s natural disinfecting qualities to cleanse, treat, and perfect the skin. The Karin Herzog skincare collection includes breakthrough molecular technology where oxygen is converted from liquid to gas upon skin contact. To date, no other skincare brand can tout an equal level of active oxygen expertise in their product line. If that doesn’t sounds like magical, princess-worthy products, what does?
We have tried and tested Karin Herzog products before, including the Professional Cleanser and Vita-A-Kombi 1, with rave reviews. So, when Karin Herzog offered to share their magical products with our readers we were so excited. We can write all day long about how wonderful Karin Herzog’s products are, but we know you want to try them for yourselves. We are giving four lucky ladies (or lads) the chance to add a little royal flair to your skincare.
Enter to win…
The Mild Scrub: High performance, gentle and luxurious exfoliant to reveal a more radiant complexion and healthy, glowing skin. Formulated with perfectly spherical, high quality ground white marble granules to remove dead skin cells and provide a refined exfoliation without abrasion or irritation. Suitable for all skin types
The Essential Face Mask: The instant beauty booster! Oxygenating and deeply nourishing mask for instant radiance and plumper skin.This deeply hydrating mask leaves the skin immediately feeling plumped, refreshed and radiant – the perfect treat before a big event or after air travel.Formulated with 2% active oxygen and retinol, this patented formula provides an immediate lifting and toning effect while reducing visible signs of fatigue and age.Also stimulates collagen production to fight the signs of aging and help skin prone to blemishes. It is reported that Kate used this to prepare her skin for her wedding to Prince William. Suitable for all skin types
The Small Application Brush: Karin Herzog’s unique formulations contain stabilized, active oxygen that reacts upon contact with the skin. Therefore, all Karin Herzog treatments containing active oxygen must be applied without massaging, with a brush for best results. Because the stabilized oxygen reaction is almost immediate upon skin contact, the use of the brush is essential for all oxygen treatments to work properly and most effectively. This will avoid the active oxygen being absorbed by the fingertips rather than the targeted area of application.
WWKD x KH #OxygenSkin Giveaway
Four (4) winners will receive Karin Herzog’s Mild Scrub, Essential Face Mask, and Small Application Brush
Promotion is available to US residents only
Please enter fairly. Any fraudulent, dishonest or unfair entries will be disqualified
The giveaway ends Monday, June 16, 2014
I really enjoy your blog, but the “science” page on the Karin Herzog site that you’re quoting fails highschool chemistry – confusing atoms with molecules, and pretending that liquid oxygen can exist at room temperature (it evaporates at about -350 F and would freeze your face right off). And “hydrogen peroxide, which also contains water”! It would be hilarious if it weren’t so appalling.
Hi Dewarewolfe, it is Rebecca from the Karin Herzog US team here. Thank you for your comment, we appreciate your insight. Please understand, that our company is from Europe, and some of the wording has got mixed up in translation. We are addressing this and if you have any further comments, please do email me at [email protected] Wishing you a lovely day. Rebecca