14 July 2019


This has been yet another skincare brand that I have been introduced to through
one of my Beauty Advent Calendars and a brand that I knew very little about.

This Works was created in 2003 by former Beauty Director of Vogue UK and International journalist, Kathy Phillips, as an antidote to modern life, its impact on skin and well being.
As both yoga teacher and beauty expert, Kathy understood the link between lifestyle and skin health, creating intelligent, targeted solutions that optimise skin performance 24 hours a day, based on the body clock.
The result was and is a collection of high quality, efficacious products that deliver on their promise without using unnecessary chemicals,that work with your natural circadian rhythm to support and maximise skin performance 24 hours a day. This Works was among the pioneer brands to replace sulphates, phalates, GMOs and parabens with cleaner alternatives.
Over the past week I have been trying out their
 in transit camera close-up
which is a unisex multi-tasking product that works as a mask,moisturiser and primer
all-in-one, ideal for a long-lasting make-up finish.
The camera close-up forms part of the in transit range of products which was created with the busy "on the go" person in mind.

Formulated to even, plump and brighten your skin, this product is a mask, moisturiser and a primer all in one that contains a powerful blend of repairing plant oils,Hyaluronic Acid, Argan, Starflower Oils, as well as a boost of caffeine to erase signs of fatigue and make your skin look radiant.

How To Use:
Apply to clean skin, including eye area, and massage gently until absorbed.  
Skin will feel slightly dewy and perfectly prepared for make-up.

I'm not generally a huge fan of multi-tasking products, but I did enjoy using this product
as an individual mask, a moisturiser with no make-up and a primer over my normal moisturiser, but this product really came into its own when used as an all-in one multi-tasking product and as an added bonus it can be used around the eye area.

I found it to be very handy, especially if you're short of time in the mornings and its also great for holidays where skincare products have to be kept to a minimum .
It was moisturising enough for my normal/dry/mature skin, but I would be a little wary if your skin leaned more towards combination/oily, as it may feel a little greasy on the skin.
My make-up generally lasts well and looks fairly radiant, so I can't comment too much on these benefits and whilst I cannot say anything bad about the 
in transit camera close-up
it just didn't wow me enough to part with £32 anytime in the future.


in transit camera close-up


Not Available in South Africa




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