Croma Vs. Croma – The Truth Behind The Battle

Croma Vs. Croma – The Truth Behind The Battle

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Shopping for the perfect skincare product can be a whirlwind experience considering the overwhelming number of products on the market. How do you decide which product to buy or which ones will agree with your skin type? That is the truth behind my battle against skincare shopping. Firstly, the hurdle we must all face is understanding our facial skin condition. For those with dry skin, believe me when I say you are not alone. Only in the last few years I have discovered a handful of signature products to combat dry skin, which are organic and vegan-friendly. The Croma Farewell skincare range offers serums and facial masks, the newest addition to my skincare collection. Croma vs Croma (pun intended) sprung to mind before testing the products to ascertain how my facial skin might react to each one (may the best product win, I thought, in retrospect!).

  • Croma Masks
  • Croma serums

Croma Farewell Serums

Although my skincare care fridge is bursting at the seams with organic products, there is always room for more, upon which any skincare enthusiast would agree. The Farewell range targets specific skincare problems, the common denominator between each product. Made in Austria, Croma’s range of vegan and cruelty-free farewell™ face serums have a mixture of high and low molecular weight HA, combined with ingredients to target specific facial skin conditions without containing harmful components.

The Croma skincare range consists of five serums from which I chose Ageing Skin (30ml), £109.00 and Dry Skin (30ml), £109.00. Before applying such products, I used a calming face mask, after which my skin felt somewhat rejuvenated. I suggest using either one of Croma’s hyaluronic acid or calming face masks after cleansing, along with an energising eye mask.

  • Croma Dry Skin Serum
  • Croma serums

Farewell Skin Problems. Hello You

Serums help combat specific skin conditions such as dry skin; hence, I find them more beneficial than face masks. The latter helps keep your skin hydrated; therefore, I recommend applying a facial mask twice a week and serum before moisturising daily. Each Croma serum comes with a minimalistic wooden display stand which adds to the brand’s authentic feel and purpose to deliver natural, effective and individual skincare. Moreover, Croma’s dry skin serum is oil-based, feels light on the skin upon application, and, like most serums, helps boost your moisturiser’s hydrating effects.

What more is there to say than a farewell to skin problems – Hello you! Other serums from the range include Irritated Skin (30ml), £109.00, Oily Skin (30ml), £109.00 and Puffy Eyes (30ml), £109.00. All products aim to regenerate the skin barrier for softer skin and a glowing complexion.

Written by @styleiconnat | Gifted Collaboration.


Style Icon Nat

Award-winner of the 2020 UK Enterprise Awards for most innovative celebrity stylist & lifestyle writer, Natalie is London based. Additionally, she is known for her work as a content creator and launched her blog in 2017 - Style Icon Nat's The Lifestyle Collective. The latter consolidated her creative skills and supports lifestyle, fashion and beauty brands. Natalie's fashion journey began in Harrods and Browns - South Molton Street, where she worked as a fashion consultant. In 2004, Natalie continued her fashion career as a personal shopper in Selfridges and set up Style Icon Ltd (a personal shopping company) in 2005. This led to worldwide travel for private clients, red carpet styling, student mentoring, public speaking at LFW, Clothes Show Live and British Airways corporate events. The end goal is to inspire, motivate and educate people globally. Natalie has a BA (Honours) degree in social policy & politics, PGCE and creative writing certification from Central St Martins.


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