When I first tried Clockface Beauty, I was impressed by both the brand’s ethos and the immediate effects of the products themselves. Now after using the products for around eight weeks, I can honestly say that they have continued to have a positive effect on my skin.

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Facial Serum: Signature Collection for Women


Oil based serums are my go-to skincare products for the Winter months so it is no surprise that i’ve been loving Clockface Beauty’s Signature Collection Facial Serum. The beautiful formula, which is full of rich oils such as grapeseed, avocado and argan oil, means that it’s incredibly nourishing on the skin yet absorbs beautifully and doesn’t leave behind any residue. The scent is heavenly, as the nine essential oils that defines the signature collection fragrance is a treat for the senses as it is luxurious, earthy and ever-so-slightly zesty.  After application, my skin instantly feels softer and moisturised, and after using this continually for a couple of months, i’ve noticed that my skin is smoother in texture and has been less dry and flaky throughout the day – even when exposed to the elements. The best news is that despite using it twice daily for around 8 weeks, I still have some serum left making this fantastic value for money. My first impressions were very positive, and the long term effects have certainly exceeded my expectations. My skin feels balanced, nourished and has worked well alongside the products in my existing skincare routine. Overall my skin looks radiant and more settled than it usually does during the Winter months. I have been very impressed by the performance of the Signature Collection for Women Facial Serum, and would not hesitate to recommend to anyone – especially as it is suitable for all skin types.

Clockface Beauty: Signature Collection for Women Facial Serum – £44.00/30ml

Face Mask: Green Clay and Rosewood


I initially enjoyed using Clockface Beauty’s Green Clay and Rosewood face mask, but if i’m honest, I wasn’t expecting its long-term performance to differ far from other pre-mixed clay masks i’ve used in the past. After prolonged use, I have to say that i’ve certainly been proven wrong. The Green Clay and Rosewood Face Mask goes beyond a detoxing mask as it not only softens the skin but also rejuvenates too. The mix of green and white clay, vitamin e, coconut and moringa oil, and essential oils of rosewood and tea tree, makes for a beautiful mask which really is an all-rounder. Not only does it soften, smooth, exfoliate and repair the skin but it also helps to reduce scarring, fight signs of aging and calm irritation and inflammation. After using the mask twice a week, for the full 8 weeks, I have been loving both the look and feel of my skin. My face is smoother and hydrated after use and the mask has improved the appearance of my pores around my nose, chin and cheeks. The texture is where this mask in unlike any other, as it is creamy enough to apply but actually has a dryness to it that doesn’t make it sticky. It is silky smooth and takes the guesswork out of masking, which is perfect when you don’t have a lot of time, especially in the run-up to Christmas. The scent is fresh and light, but has that spa-like fragrance that makes it an incredibly special product. This is certainly a mask you’ll want to try as it really delivers on its promises.

Clockface Beauty: Green Clay and Rosewood Face Mask – £24.00/60ml

Lip Balm: Signature Collection

Lip Balm

As far as lip balms go, I have my firm favourites that I use continually until they run out and then have a drawer full of half-used lip balms that never see the light of day. I am glad to say that Clockface Beauty’s Signature Collection Lip Balm has made its way into my favorites, as i’ve been reaching for it more and more in the cooler weather. As it comes in a traditional wind-up tube (which is fully recyclable), it has been the perfect lip balm for on the go. The smooth formula, which contains nine ingredients to nourish even the most chapped lips, glides on perfectly and has lovely texture which is slightly greasy but not sticky at all. The scent, similar to the facial serum, gives it a luxurious feels during application yet doesn’t have a taste or scent when on your lips. My lips feel smooth, plump and hydrated, and the effects certainly last all day. This balm has everything you’d want from a lip balm and is incredibly good value for money. I can’t wait to try Clockface Beauty’s Peppermint version too, as it sounds equally as effective and just as beautiful.

Clockface Beauty: Signature Collection Lip Balm – £5.95/5ml


Clockface Beauty have certainly wowed me with their extensive range of luxury, natural, organic products that are vegan friendly and made right here in the UK. The mother and daughter team have certainly produced an incredible array of products that work wonders on the skin and I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend them to anyone. They also differ from many other brands as they also have a range of products that are unisex or designed for the man in your life – so there is certainly something for everyone.

If you haven’t tried Clockface Beauty yet, then make sure you head over to their website to find out more. You can find out more about the brand, as well as my initial thoughts about each of these products in my previous post here.

Take Care,

Emma @ Beauty Folio x

Disclaimer: These items were sent to me free of charge for a review. I was under no obligation to give positive feedback, and all the thoughts and opinions in this post are both honest and my own.

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