Hello! Many of you have recently asked me to do some skincare reviews. I absolutely love trying new skincare, but it does take time. In order to know whether a product is worthy of its claims, it can take anywhere from 4-6 weeks for me to do the proper testing before reviewing. So, please be patient with me as I am currently testing 5 new products. As soon as I feel I have a good grasp on their functionality, benefits, and disadvantages, I will provide you with some in-depth reviews. To hold you over, though, here’s a sneak peek at the upcoming skincare products I’ll be reviewing for you.
1. Boots Botanics Gentle Cleansing Cream Ultra Calm for Sensitive Skin. Claims to remove makeup and impurities, as well as calm skin with marshmallow. Made in England.
2. Lush Buche De Noel Facial Cleanser. Claims to exfoliate, brighten, nourish and soften skin. Limited Edition. Not tested on Animals. Made in Canada.
1. c.Booth Honey Almond Nourishing Dry Oil Mist. Claims to impart a light lasting glow for instantly touchable skin, and moisturize. Not Tested on Animals. Made in the USA.
2. Fresh Lotus Youth Preserve Face Cream with Super 7 Complex. Claims to be age-defying in that it prevents the signs of aging. It also claims to boost radiance and provide 24 hours of significant moisture. Made in France.
3. Beauti Control Restructuring Eye Crème . Claims to be an anti-aging complex of algae extract and peptides target the loss of firmness, fine lines and wrinkles around the eye area. The Advanced Antioxidant Complex consisting of encapsulated Resveratrol and vitamins protects skin from damaging free radicals. Made in Canada.
1. Sesha Skin Therapy Rejuvenating Anti-Wrinkle Mask for Mature Skin. Claims to smooth fine lines and wrinkles with peptides and botanical extracts, and to calm the skin from environmental stresses, therefore rejuvenating it back to a youthful glow.
Are there any I’ve listed that you’re particularly looking forward to? If so, let me know in the comments!