Brand Overview: Marlowe

Marlowe sent over their skincare products. Paraben, phthalate, and cruelty-free, they use their proprietary M Blend in their products. This blend contains passionflower extract to restore and moisturize, green tea extract for cell repair and to protect from environmental stresses, willow bark extract to reduce inflammation, deep sea algae extract to soothe.

The No. 103 Men’s Body Wash ($10.99) contains willow bark extract, deep sea algae, passionflower fruit, and green tea to nourish, smooth, repair, and revitalize the skin. Compared to most body washes I use, this is more watery. It also doesn’t foam that much. It’s also not as moisturizing so I still prefer my other body washes.

I was most excited to try the No. 002 Extra Moisturizing Body Lotion ($10.99) because it promises to soften, smooth and restore dry skin in a non-greasy, quick-absorbing formula. I use a generous amount every time as I liked how it applied to my skin. It wasn’t too sticky even in warm weather. It also leaves my skin smooth and moisturized.

The No. 141 Men’s Shave Cream ($10.99) has shea butter and coconut oil to soothe the skin while forming a barrier on the skin to prep face for a close shave. I let my husband use this and he liked the texture and how it feels moisturizing right after shaving. I used this on my legs as well but, personally, I prefer shaving foams.

The No. 124 Lip Balm ($10.99 for 3) aims to moisturize and protect the lips with coconut oil. It also has UVA / UVB SPF 15 for daily protection. It moisturizes the lips the whole day. It’s also not that thick and it doesn’t apply glossy so I can easily apply this over or under lip colors. My husband swiped this from me already and loves it.

I think the Extra Moisturizing Body Lotion and the Lip Balm are standouts here but I’m just amazed by how inexpensive these products are. They also have a fresh and clean scent that will be enjoyed by everyone.

Marlowe Men’s Body Wash, Extra Moisturizing Body Lotion, Men’s Shave Cream, Lip Balm were provided by @marloweskin. Available at marloweskin.com

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