I've only recently signed up for Instagram - and I've got to say, I love how decent it can make my complexion look after even the biggest nights out. Hello, Juno filter (my fave)!
So when I heard word of a new beauty product that promises similar results - beautifully glowing skin in an instant - my interest was piqued.
And here it is: Magic Minerals by Jerome Alexander
Now this product has got TV shopping channel written all over it; packaging-wise, it just looks like something you'd see on those adverts, each one touting the next big 'wonder' product you think you need, but actually don't.
But does this live up to its hype? That being a blemish, age spot, fine line and uneven skin cover up?
Mmmm, not quite. But hold on one cotton-picking, Instagram filter-ering minute...
It's still well worth a look.
Basic black packaging and wiry application brush aside, this is a pretty-looking product. And we all love something that looks as great on our dressing table as it does on our skin, don't we.
What does it do for your skin, though?
For me, it acted as quite a nice skin booster. I'm prone to redness (that'll be the damn adult acne) but a good sweep or two of this really calmed down my angry-looking skin tone. It also brightened the skin a bit.
I wouldn't say it's a miracle product (few beauty products actually are), but it's well worth a look if you're looking for a subtle glow. Perfect after those nights out, Juno Instagram filter aside.
Available for £9.99 www.highstreettv.com over here, this could become a go-to product when your skin's in need of brightening up. Plus, it looks lovely. Like a unicorn has just sprayed its glittery loveliness all over it. Or something.
Have you tried this product? What did you think?