8 Faces Boundless Solid Oil
The Boundless Solid Oil from 8 Faces promises to many things for your skin. It uses amla berry to rejuvenate the skin, reduce age spots, and sun damage. It also has baobab seed oil to soften, tangerine oil to rejuvenate, babassu oil to calm, camelia seed oil to replenish, evening primrose flower oil to improve elasticity, and sea buckthorn oil to nourish. Apart from being used as a face and hair oil, 8 faces works terrifically as a makeup primer, an after-sun salve, and even a hair treatment.
It melts like butter upon contact with the skin. The product has a fresh and uplifting citrus scent that I find calming. I first tried this product before heading to bed and I woke up to healthier and more supple skin. My face felt nourished and I noticed I had no dull-looking or dry areas anymore. I also tried the product out on the tips of my hair which have gone dry and this product made them feel soft and bouncy again. My favorite thing about this product is how uncomplicated it is, you can get however much product you need and apply it to areas that need some TLC. It can be applied on chapped lips, chaffed skin, or even dry elbows and knees, basically anywhere you could use some repairing.
The product is certified organic and 100% natural making it safe to use for skin sensitive to harsh chemicals. This product worked wonders on the dry parts of my skin and I would recommend this to anyone with normal to dry skin who needs a skin savior.
Lavender Water Sleeping Mask
I have raved about kbeauty and Laneige a thousand times over. So when #Laneigegiftedme the Water Sleeping Mask in Lavender, trying it is just natural. The OG #sleepingmask, the Water Sleeping Mask, is still one of the best sleeping masks I have tried and even have turned a lot of my friends and my mom to it.
The Lavender Water Sleeping Mask promises to hydrate and moisturize the skin with hydro ionized mineral water and the calming scent of lavender. It also has Sleepscent, infused with orange flower, rose, and sandalwood to relax and comfort combine with apricot and evening primrose extracts to brighten and purify the skin.
Of course, it looks and feels like the Water Sleeping Mask with an additional relaxing feeling from the scent of lavender. In short, I don’t think there are any differences, which is actually a good thing. It’s still moisturizing, hydrating, and cooling. It sinks in quickly and doesn’t sit on top of your face. I think, but this is just really a minor difference, this dries feeling a little more powdery than the water variant but I still get the same results – I wake up with soft, hydrated skin after every use. If you are also a fan of the Water Sleeping Mask and wants an added layer of relaxation, this is worth a try.
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Huxley Moroccan Gardener Body Oil
I have wanted to try the Huxley Moroccan Gardener Body Oil for so long and I was wrong on waiting. Having this body oil is not just about having soft, smooth, and glowing skin (though, this one does that perfectly), it’s about that distinct Huxley smell that’s unlike any other.
Their key ingredient, the organic sahara prickly pear cactus seed oil sourced from morocco, is hand-selected and cold-pressed to get its maximum benefits. This oil acts as an antioxidant and promises to nourish the skin. Huxley products also have their signature scent is inspired by an exotic garden with notes of green leaves, jasmine, rose and white musk.
Aside from the prickly pear cactus seed oil, this body oil contains sweet almond oil, sunflower seed oil, rosehip oil and green tea seed oil to refresh, hydrate, soften, and smooth the skin.
The oil has a lightweight consistency that sinks in quickly and leaves a silky finish to the skin. The smell is so amazing that I don’t wear perfume when I use this. It feels moisturizing as well and has prevented my skin from getting dry patches and has moisturized the already dry parts of the skin. If there is something I always expect from Huxley, it’s the ability of their products to moisturize and hydrate the skin while leaving a fresh and clean scent in its wake that always makes me smile.
Loli Beauty Chamomile Lavender Water
Loli Beauty, where Loli stands for Living Organic Loving Ingredients, creates products using ingredients that are organic, wild-harvested ingredients that are raw, fair trade, non-GMO and upcycled from food for zero waste.
Promising to work as a toner, cleanser, and moisturizer, the Chamomile Lavender Water ($38) uses chamomile hydrosol, lavender hydrosol, witch hazel, glycerin, apricot oil, and jojoba seed oil to calm, cleanse, hydrate, and tone the skin. Its ingredients are both very calming in both their scent and texture, which is why I love to use this product before turning in for bed and a good night’s rest. The product naturally separates so to use it, I give it a shake before applying it on a cotton pad and then my face. It effectively strips my face of dirt and residual makeup then leaving it feeling cleansed. It also leaves the skin feeling nourished and hydrated.
MGC Derma CBD Stem Cells Dermabrasion Facial Scrub
I usually prefer to exfoliate with wash-off masks instead of face scrubs but the CBD Stem Cells Dermabrasion Facial Scrub from MGC Derma was an exception because it looked and felt like a wash off mask.
This gentle face scrub contains CBD stem cells to remove dead skin cell and revitalize the skin. It’s meant to be applied once a week into a thin layer on cleansed skin and then rubbed in circular motions for 2 minutes before rinsing.
This looked more like a creamy mask than a face scrub. It’s gentle but deeply exfoliating so it’s a good way to end a tiring and busy work week. It feels a bit warm when applied to the face but feels relaxing. It has small exfoliating particles that exfoliate the skin. It also has an aromatic clean smell and fine creamy texture making it different from other face scrubs. It’s not as abrasive and severe and my skin doesn’t feel raw after wash. What it does, instead, is it leaves the skin feeling reenergized, bright, and smooth.