Monday, April 7, 2014

Favorite Vegan Skin and Face Products

As a person with mature skin, I'm always looking for great moisturizing products.  I also have sensitive skin, so many products will make my skin red or burn.  For that reason, I am always trying new products and when I find a new vegan product that works for my skin and makes it soft and healthy-looking, then I have to share.

First, the Cleansing Cream from Aubrey contains organic ingredients and is for normal to dry skin.  I loved it from day one because when you put it on your skin it feels cool and fresh.  It has organic menthol oils and this just makes your face feel so good.  In addition, it takes off my eye make-up without burning my eyes.  Most of the cleansing creams that I have burn my eyes but this does not.  It is made with aloe vera, camphor, coconut, jojoba and olive soap.  The product is vegan and cruelty free.  I really love this product and am now on my second container.  The only con with this product is the dispenser.  I don't want to waste a drop and I think I would prefer a tube.  It is 3.4 oz. I purchased it from Vitacost for around seven dollars.

Second, the C for Yourself from Nature's Gate is an exciting new product for me.  It is a clarifying lotion. It is for all skin types and I found it at TJ Maxx for under ten dollars.  I've seen it online for up to thirty dollars.  The best part is that it works on my skin.  When I use it, my skin has less red and the pores in my skin are reduced.  I can see a visible difference when I use it. The packaging says that it is paraben free and is also used to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.  I can tell you first hand that when I use it, I can visibly see the difference in my skin.  I cleanse my face and apply this first, then after it soaks in, I apply my moisturizer.  I take good care of my sixty year old skin so I'm always looking for great vegan products.  I love this product and I will be purchasing it again.  

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