skincare May 02, 2023
5 natural products which help lift your face

I believe that when you take care of your skin, you are taking care of your whole body as well. I recently rounded up my five favourite natural face products on my podcast, and I’ve compiled them into a blog post for you as well.

Each product has been a part of my life for a few months or years, and I love them so much that I wanted to share them with you, too.



LED therapy is gentle, painless, but so incredibly powerful. Using light energy to heal the skin from a cellular level, it is a phenomenal way to rejuvenate your face at home. 

Environmental factors and natural agieng reduce collagen production, which can lead to loose skin and wrinkles. Infrared light is clinically proven to improve blood circulation, deliver more oxygen to your cells, and stimulate cell renewal.

CurrentBody uses both infrared and near infrared light to deliver a healing treatment in minutes.

I love taking a few moments to sit back and enjoy some quiet time while I use my mask. I’ve found that sitting back with your eyes closed is the best way to enjoy it as it can be a bit heavy on the eyes when you’re doing activities with your eyes open.

However, CurrentBody has said that they’ve tested their mask for their effect on the eyes, and it is 100% safe to use with them open.

Currently, the mask costs £279, and you can save £35 off your mask by using the code FACEYOGA at checkout.




The Prime Lash Lengthening and Volumising Mascara is one of my current favourite beauty products. I published a YouTube video exploring how the mascara instantly lifts my lashes and gives them so much volume, which you may enjoy.

What I love about Prime Prometics is that it contains ingredients that actually promote stronger eyelash growth. It also has zero clumps and smudging, which is brilliant and oh-so hard to find in a mascara.

The other day, I thought it was funny when a friend I met said, “Oh my goodness, what have you done with your lashes? Your eyes look so pretty.”

I let her know that I’d been using this mascara; its formula features all-natural ingredients and its PH-balanced as well.

The “magic wand,” as Prime Prometics calls it, coats the tiniest lashes that gives you a boosted, polished finish without causing any clumps.

The mascara costs £24.95, and you can receive 10% off your order with the code FACEYOGAEXPERT at checkout. Please note that the code only applies to one product, so you will have to choose which one you’d like a discount on if you plan on buying the next two products as well.


The Prime Prometics PrimeWand Pigment and Prime Prometics PrimeWand Pearl are two other products I love. The pigment is a three-in-one tint that you can use on your lips, cheeks, or to contour. I personally love using it to add some color to my cheeks; it adds a lovely color without looking too intense.

The Pearl, on the other hand, is a beautiful, easy highlighter that adds a nice glimmer to your face. You can apply it anywhere, really, like your eyes, the apples of your cheeks, your cupid’s bow, you name it.

Overall, I highly recommend Prime Prometics’ colour ranges and high product quality; they’re designed for more mature women, and I love that they include nourishing ingredients that nurture your skin on top of looking amazing. 



I received this product about three years ago, and this high-tech anti-ageing device has become a regular part of my routine.

The Sensilift uses radiofrequency therapy to stimulate blood circulation, letting the waves reach deeper into the skin where collagen forms. The dynamic frequency waves has been proven to help penetrate different layers of your skin, leading to stronger results. 

With built-in sensors, the Sensilift routinely adjusts its temperature to ensure its safety and comfort. It’s great for treating fine lines and wrinkles around your eyes, on the face, around the neck, decolletage, and hands.

Using the device is super easy; you turn on the device and apply it to each area for 5 minutes. You can do it for a few minutes on your forehead, and then perhaps the next day target your cheeks. You can also specialize one area for a week, if you’re looking for more intensive rejuvenation.

I tend to use this about once every 2 weeks, and I’ve still noticed good enough results that I wanted to share this product with you. It’s great for using while you listen to a podcast or watch some TV.

The Sensica Sensilift retails for £369, so it’s a bit pricey, but it is a lifetime investment. I’ve also got a discount code for you! Enter Danielle20 at checkout to save t20% off your purchase. 



This overnight sleeping balm is fantastic if you have sensitive skin that is prone to breakouts. It’s super hydrating and soothing to the skin that leaves a lovely dewiness after it’s applied.

The clinically proven complex helps reset your circadian rhythm, and features hydrating hyaluronic acid, enzyme-activated raspberry seed oil, and fermented probiotics to support rejuvenation and restoration. 

It’s got a lovely smell thanks to 100% natural orange blossom that isn’t overpowering at all. You can use it to give yourself a bit of pampering before bed without worrying about that heavy feel so many other products have.



This little cushion is amazing for helping you get a better night’s sleep while preventing lines and wrinkles from forming between the breasts. Although I have small cleavage, I am still prone to creasing in that area. 

Whenever I sleep with this product (which is just about every night!), I am astounded at how smooth my skin looks whenever I wake up. It’s a fantastic preventative tool that’s so easy to use and feels comfortable. 

You can receive 10% off with the code Faceyoga10% at checkout, and the usual retail price is £65. 


If you buy any of these products, be sure to take advantage of my discount codes (N.B this article contains affiliate links and gifted products). When it comes to moisturising with any of these suggestions, I always use my Fusion by Danielle Collins Pro Lift Moisturising Serum, which you can find in my shop.

Have you ever tried any of these products? Or do you have any natural products you would recommend? Share your thoughts in the comments!