Introducing the Cettua Skincare Range

Introducing the Cettua Skincare Range

Introducing the Cettua Skincare Range

Introducing the Cettua Skincare Range

I am extremely picky when it comes to my skincare due to having sensitive skin. I am thrilled that I was introduced to a new skincare brand and today I would love to tell you about the gorgeous Cettua Skincare Range.

I was lucky enough to receive a few Cettua products to try out and as soon as I laid my eyes on these products I simply couldn’t wait to start testing them! The first thing that grabbed my attention was the cute packaging of the products that really made them stand out! This was the first time that I’ve heard of Cettua and that made me even more excited to try their products.
 

A little bit about Cettua and their range of products

Cettua is a skincare range all the way from South Korea and their products are hypo-allergenic (perfect!), contain pure plant extracts, suitable for all skin types and dermatological tested. Another great thing; it’s paraben free, fragrance free and the winner: It is NOT tested on animals!

They have a range of 12 gorgeous products that help you deal with any skincare disaster, help you maintain your skin and achieve healthy and glowing skin. Some of the products that you can expect to find in this range are under eye patches, nose strips, spot patches and some great facial sheet masks.

There are so many plus points with this brand and the best if all: It is really affordable! You can look forward to buying them at Clicks from May 2016 and the products start at R32,99.

I got to try out the Halfmoon Brightening Eye Patches, Spot Clear Patches, Oil Control Facial Mask, the Hydrating Facial Mask and I am loving them! I will be posting reviews of these products the next few weeks so don’t miss them!

About Lynne

I’m Lynne, a lover of all things creative and a beauty addict! My favourite topics to blog about are nail polish, make-up, health & food.

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