I wish I had been able to share this with you a few weeks ago, because this was one absolute bargain as part of QVCs TSV. In fact, there have been an awful lot of great deals on the TSVs which I have been lusting over, with great sets at the best prices. The only thing you have to keep an eye out for on the TSV is that they literally are only available for just 24 hours, which isn’t great when you have a jet setting lifestyle like mine. The Time Bomb TSV was four fantastic products that had been supersized just for the special offer, however I have managed to get hold of the smaller versions of these top selling products. Out of the four, I have used two of the products before but two were brand new to me so I’ve been very excited to try them out. I’ve been using Time Bomb for several years and the intensive ingredients really do make a difference to my skin.
In the past I have used the Time Bomb Complexion Cocktail with a shot of B12 which has helped my fatigued skin enormously. Having never tried the Complexion Cocktail with the H2Omega, I was really intrigued to see if this does help with dehydrated skin. I suffer quite badly with dehydrated areas, especially around my jawline and on the top of my cheeks. The H2Omega is a powerful blend to help combat dehydrated areas and refills and repairs the natural hydration system. Over the last two weeks of daily use, I can certainly see a difference and the areas that felt bumpy now feel smooth and resurfaced.
Teaming the H2Omega with the Time Bomb Powerball Moisturiser has made these two skincare products into a bit of a dream team. Designed to increase hydration to combat dehydrated, the moisturiser is rich without being heavy and sinks into the skin without leaving a greasy residue. Having used this product before, I have seen a difference over time and having a new pot has been a very welcome addition. The cream, although for dry skin, works well on my combination cream and unlike other creams meant for dry skin, it is really quite light compared to others.
One of the products that I was most excited to try was the Time Bomb Over Exposed Sun Damage Rescue Treatment. Years of sunning myself without the correct SPF has caused long lasting damage to my skin, and although I don’t tan these days, I am really conscious of the damage that I have caused to my skin. I have slight skin pigmentation on the left hand side of my face which is the area that I have been watching whilst using the cream. Although the cream is designed to resurface, smooth and sooth rough skin, I have noticed how the cream has worked to improve the signs of skin damage whilst making my skin look fresh and renewed.
The Time Bomb Troubleshooter Neck and Jaw Cream has been being used for something totally different lately. Bear with me whilst I explain. The properties of the cream are designed to soothe and hydrate skin, whilst giving a firming effect and to help improve the signs of ageing and fill in wrinkles. Rather than using Troubleshooter on my neck and jaw, I’ve been heading further south and using it on my chest instead. Although I’m not sagging as such, my chest has never really been an area of concern up until lately and I feel that a normal moisturiser isn’t cutting the mustard. Although Troubleshooter isn’t working miracles, the tightening effect is noticeable and the fine lines that have become apparent on my chest are now looking less so. Thank the lord!
Although this set was a TSV, all products mentioned are available on QVC individually as well as in sets with other products.
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