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You may have noticed my small obsession for rose in just about any beauty product, and that obsession may have really escalated with a sample of by Terry Cellularose Brightening Serum that I tried quite some time ago. Enter a sample size of by Terry Cellularose Baume D'Eau*, and I realized I had to buy myself a bottle of the Brightening Serum!
Not sure how that thought process came about, to be honest - who buys a full size of something else when they like a sample?? - but I feel sufficiently luxurious when I slather on one or both of these products during my skincare routine.
The Brightening Serum is a light, almost liquid like serum with a light rose scent similar to scents throughout the by Terry range. I find that this serum keeps my skin looking radiant, if it isn't being pestered by breakouts or any other irritation, which unfortunately has been a bit more frequent the last few months.
The Baume D'Eau, which typically comes in a tub, is quite creamy rather than the balmy texture that I was expecting. It has less scent than the Brightening Serum, and adds a nice bit of hydration overall.
With my recent bouts of skin irritation, (hormonal issues, I suspect), these two products have not been as effective as some others I've been trying. The Baume D'Eau sometimes feels like it just sits on top of my skin, and I really am enjoying my sample packet of Sisley Hydra Global Intense Anti-Aging Hydration more. I'm also finding that a few products from Tatcha are soothing my inflamed skin more effectively.
However, I do think that these are nice, albeit pricey, products if you're not experiencing inflamed or irritated skin. I don't plan on purchasing the Baume D'Eau and probably will put away the Brightening Serum for a time when my skin feels less crazy.
Have you tried anything from the by Terry Cellularose line? I'm curious to try the CC Cream despite my mixed feelings on the skincare rage! If you've tried things from the range, how did they work for you? I'd love to know!