Sunday Riley Pink Drink Firming Resurfacing Essence Review

Famously known for their Good Genes and A+ serum Sunday Riley, the Pink Drink is an exciting addition. It’s a firming resurfacing essence that helps to rebalance and firm your skin.

Before we get into the deets of the Pink Drink, let’s cover a little bit about the brand for those who aren’t familiar with it.

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The brand

Sunday Riley is a skincare brand that calls itself a ‘YES brand’. They are all about being truthful and honest, be it with their ingredients or their workers.

Through their products, they are sending a message to the world that using the right skincare can change your skin for the better. They also believe that everyone should trust the products they put on their skin. A brand after my own heart!

I am extremely sceptical of skincare in general, and always nervous about the ingredients. Being able to trust a brand and its ingredients is very important to me!

Sunday Riley is a cruelty-free, brand with most of its products being vegan. They advocate for sustainability and human rights as well as only using the highest quality ingredients.

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Pink Drink Firming Resurfacing Essence

Sunday Riley Pink Drink

Made with loads of beneficial ingredients like advanced green tea and tons of antioxidants, you can be sure your skin will benefit from this product.

It is also infused with peptides that help to create firmer, younger-looking skin and ceramides which help strengthen your skin’s natural barrier.

This helps keep the skin soft and rejuvenated. Formulated with fermented honey, it means that the product is not vegan.

However, it is cruelty-free, sulfate-free, paraben-free, gluten-free, soy-free, phthalate-free and fragrance-free.

How to use the Pink Drink

Sunday Riley Pink Drink Firming Resurfacing Essence Review

Back to the product- the Pink Drink Firming Resurfacing Essence is a peptide-infused power drink for your skin.

It’s made for all skin types, it helps balance and firm the look of your skin, fights the signs of aging and reduces any redness.

It’s really easy to use, all you need to do is spritz a little on your dry skin after you cleanse. Either spray directly onto your face or if you aren’t a fan of that, you can simply spray some into your hand and rub it onto your face. For best results, use it twice a day.

Apply the essence after cleansing and before moisturizing and using any serums.

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Sunday Riley is a transparent brand that has some amazing products to date and the Pink Drink is no exception. From dehydrated skin to sensitive skin and combination skin to dry skin, everyone has something good to say about this spray!

It’s lightweight, easy to use, improves the skin dramatically, hydrates the skin, reduces lines, smells amazing…and the list goes on!

The packaging is super cute and simple. The Pink Drink Essence comes in a pink and gold classy bottle with a spray. I love that it’s a spray, it makes applying the product so much easier, and you don’t need to get your hands involved!

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My Thoughts

As with all products, the Sunday Riley Pink Drink Firming Resurfacing Essence has its own fair share of good and bad.

Firstly, it contains some fragrance which makes it unsuitable for those with sensitive skin.

Secondly, an essence is never a must in a skincare routine, so for a product that you don’t actually need, it’s very expensive.

Aside from that, it’s an enjoyable product with really beneficial skincare benefits.

Sunday Riley Pink Drink Firming Resurfacing Essence can be bought from Ulta / Harvey Nichols

Hollie xx


About Hollie

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