Enbacci is an Australian skincare brand that prides itself on using the latest technology in conjunction with using premium ingredients to produce its products. Continue reading to learn more.
“The grape stem cells are extracted from a cultivated grape of the Gamay family (a purple-coloured grape variety most known for its use in the production of red wine). This particular variety of grape was selected, as they are very high in anthocyanin, which are powerful antioxidants and free radical scavengers.” – Enbacci.
*Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Gel Cleanser 20ml
This gentle gel cleanser turns into a foam when added with water that becomes a milky texture, as it helps to purify skin from excess oils and surface impurities. This has a lovely, fresh and fruity fragrant that is not hard to miss.
I teamed this with my Racinne lady I facial massaging rejuvenating system. I used approximately 3 pumps into my facial brush and gentle massage my face and down to my neck in circular motion. Together, they work in synergy to cleanse the skin without stripping down natural oils or irritating skin further. This is suitable for all skin types.
*Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Essence 20ml
This essence doesn’t contain alcohol but rather a witch hazel ingredient that is suppose to achieve the astringent quality. This toner aims to remove any impurities that may have been left on the skin. It can also help to minimise the appearance of pores and fine lines. Just like the cleanser, this too has that fresh grape and fruity scent that I enjoyed.
I found that spritzing directly to my face produced a heavy amount of essence rather than a fine mist. My preferred method is to spray onto a cotton round and wipe it onto my skin and bring it down to my neck. Let the product absorb before moving on with a moisturiser.
*Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating Essential Creme 15ml
Saving the best for last. This creme is lightweight with a similar consistency to a lotion. It is a beautiful moisturiser that treats dry skin and leaves a lovely supple and smooth surface. It continued to hydrate skin well into the night and morning. The essential creme is said to be full of vitamin c, which can help to promote the production of collagen and protect first signs of ageing. It has the same grape-fruity fragrance and has a non-greasy finish.
Overall, I found each product in this system worked better when teamed up with other skincare products. I found the first few times I used as a trio, my skin reacted–leaving some red minor blotches on my chin and forehead, but had cleared up overnight.
I enjoyed using the gel cleanser and essential creme in both my day / evening routines, and have become some of my favourites. The essence was a little harsh and the witch hazel ingredient could be the reason my sensitive skin broke out. Whatever it may be, it was the least product I used and perhaps may be more suited for other skin types, just not sensitive skins.
This travel set retails for AUD$69.95 and is perfect for anyone who enjoys trying new skincare products before investing into a full size. You can purchase this set or buy vitis vinifera rejuvenating products individually and more at the Enbacci website.
Have you used Enbacci skincare? Which range is your favourite?