This Trinny London serum sold one every MINUTE on launch day

This Trinny London serum sold one every MINUTE on launch day

This Trinny London peptide-infused serum sold one every MINUTE on launch day – and customers say it will transform your skin ‘overnight’

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Trinny London has launched a new Plump Up Peptide + HA Serum – with one unit sold every minute on launch day.

The recently launched serum from style and beauty guru Trinny Woodall that contains skin-plumping peptides is already being hailed as ‘magical’ by fans. One 58-year-old reviewer claimed they saw a difference in their skin tone and texture ‘overnight’.

Clinically proven to visibly firm and lift, the Trinny London Plump Up Peptide + HA Serum is formulated with three types of peptides that together help boost collagen production in areas experiencing loss of elasticity for a firmer and plumper complexion.

It’s also loaded with hyaluronic acid, enabling the skin to retain more water, leaving it feeling hydrated, smooth and bouncy. In other words, it’s a powerhouse serum for ageing complexions.

The Trinny London Plump Up Peptide + HA Serum launched at the beginning of September, and it’s already garnered plenty of glowing reviews

The £65 serum contains not one but three types of peptides that together help boost collagen production in areas experiencing loss of elasticity for a firmer and plumper complexion.

But that’s not all that’s included: It’s loaded with hyaluronic acid which has been shown to enable the skin to retain more water, leaving it feeling hydrated, smooth and bouncy. In other words, it’s a powerhouse serum for ageing complexions.

‘Plump Up is the most instantly transforming of our serums, and it also has incredible clinical trial data,’ Trinny Woodall, founder and CEO, told MAIL BEST.

‘The combination for me is unique because you will apply it and feel that you’ve got plumpness back in your skin, but long term, those peptides are actually improving the firmness and elasticity of your skin in a major way in skincare.’

KEY INGREDIENTS  

Hexapeptide-9:   This peptide encourages the skin to make more collagen, which in turn will reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

Oligopeptide-1:  Supports skin structure boosting collagen and elastin production.

4-peptide complex: A high-tech 4-peptide complex works to increase skin elasticity and firmness.   

Hyaluronic acid: Quenches the skin, plumping and visibly smoothing fine lines.

According to the brand’s clinical study, users saw a 105 per cent increase in skin hydration in just two hours, up to 64 per cent increase in skin firmness, and a 63 per cent increase in skin elasticity after eight weeks of use.

The Trinny London Plump Up Peptide + HA Serum launched at the beginning of September, and it’s already garnered plenty of glowing reviews from users who call it ‘amazing’ and the ‘best serum ever’.

One reviewer said that it ‘leaves skin feeling hydrated instantly’, while another shared that they saw a ‘visibly noticeable improvement in the parenthesis lines around my mouth’.

They wrote: ‘Best Serum Ever. I love this serum! I have tried so many different products over the years. Some of which have made my skin feel nice but never with real, true results. This serum is different.

‘I have had visibly noticeable improvement in the parenthesis lines around my mouth. They have softened so much. My skin looks so much more hydrated and vibrant. My before and after pics are incredible! I have already recommended this product and purchased it for a gift.’

‘Your skin feels so soft and smooth and plump after just a few one-pump applications,’ a third customer raved. ‘I’ve already ordered a refill!! Don’t want to be without this baby.’

Shop: Trinny London Plump Up Peptide + HA Serum (£65 for 30ml) at trinnylondon.com.  

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