New Facial Moisturiser Collection

New Facial Moisturiser Collection

No grooming arsenal is complete without a protective moisturiser. Hawkins & Brimble present two brand new hydrators that are tailor made to suit your skin’s specific needs. Epitomising cool Britannia, the products take pride in barber grooming rituals using simple, natural ingredients, expertly crafted in England and tailored for the modern gent of today.

 

 OIL CONTROL MOISTURISER (£14.95)

To tackle excess sebum production and mop up excess oil, this silky lightweight moisturiser harnesses oatmeal extract to instantly mattify skin. Enriched with Vitamin E, this powerful antioxidant and helps to keep skin moisturised and healthy looking. Added Ginseng helps to brighten and tone while Caffeine Powder has the ability to awaken and de-snooze a tired complexion no matter how many late nights you’ve had.

 

DAILY ENERGISING MOISTURISER (£14.95)

Work hard but play harder? This luxurious moisturiser is for you. Thanks to nourishing Avena sativa kernel oil and oatmeal extract, this quick-absorbing hydrator feeds skin with fortifying omegas 3 and 6 and vitamin E to help boost your skin's defence against dullness and roughness and restore pH balance. Ginseng is renowned for its skin brightening properties while Caffeine Powder helps to revive skin

 See here for our Launch Day Event Blog

Note to Editors:

•All Hawkins & Brimble products are free from Parabens, Colourants, SLS/SLES, Mineral Oils and Alcohol.  No products have been tested on animals and are suitable for vegetarians.

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