Last week I attended the launch of a new range to reach our shores, Bryt Skincare.
Bryt was designed by Catkin Wemyss-Bodmer who gave a very passionate and poignant speech about the origins of the brand and the inspiration behind it. Catkin spoke of the importance of a good skincare routine and wowed us all by telling us she was 53. The woman doesn’t look a day over 30! I think that in itself is reason enough to try the brand.
Speaking of lovely ladies, the event was run by he very talented Naomi McElroy. Naomi is a genius and organised a fabulous event that was a floral hub of beauty. The flower wall at the entrance was a thing of wonder and the prettiness extended to the tables and floral crowns which were scattered around both rooms. The whole place provided the perfect show case for all things Bryt and beautiful.
The range of skincare really does have something for everyone. There is a range for the gentlemen but you can head over to www.joeblogsaboutstuff.com for more on that. I sampled lots of lotions and potions at the launch and I really fell in love with the serums, eye gels and make-up removers. I tested the eye make-up remover with a little bit of liquid liner on my hand and it removed it perfectly and in one go. I can’t wait to get my hands on it.
The ethos behind the brand is a three step process: cleanse, nourish and protect. There is a facial cleanser with a muslin cloth mitt for the purpose of cleansing the skin (another item that I can’t wait to try). In terms of nourishing, there is a range of serums as I mentioned above and for protection, moisturisers include SPF.
What I really liked about the brand was its sense of ethics. In Catkin’s speech she discussed the charitable and ethical work they carry out and also talked about how the brand is cruelty free and organically sourced and produced.
I’m delighted Bryt has visited our shores and I look forward to trying more of their products in the future.