Facetheory Reviews are here!
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I’ve been planning some Facetheory reviews for a while now and have around 11 skincare products that I’ll be reviewing.
So I can give facial skincare products a real crack at a fair and unbiased review, I like to use them for at least a couple of months on the target areas so I can monitor not only the results but also if there are any side-effects or allergic reaction.
I first found Facetheory products via a Facebook ad in 2019. There was a 20% off voucher on the ad so I followed the link to the website and liked what I saw so made a purchase.
Which Facetheory reviews are coming?
The products I’ve been using (and will be reviewing), are:
- Porebright N10 Serum
- Organic Marula Oil
- Exaglow Serum S10 – review added here!
- Regena-C Moisturiser M4 with retinol – review added here!
- Amil-C Whip M5 with niacinamide – review added here!
- Sunfragma SPF 25 Melting Balm
- Relaxing Night Cream M10 with hyaluronic acid
- Retin-C Vitamin Scar Treatment Oil O9
- Ocuwake Eye Cream EYE1 with Chamomile
- Hand care set
- Pink clay AHA face mask MK1
Why am I doing Facetheory reviews?
First off, this is a beauty without cruelty brand; all Facetheory ingredients are vegan and none are animal-derived (I’m not a vegan, by the way).
Secondly, they’re in the fight against single-use plastic. Most of the products are packaged in glass jars with aluminium caps and they also use 100% aluminium tubes which are easy to recycle. Postal packaging is also eco-friendly.
Last off, they love combining botanical extracts with high-performing active ingredients such as retinol and vitamin c.
Ooh, I should also mention that the Facetheory products I’ve tried/use last ages as you don’t need to apply as much as a regular face cream – just a few dabs and that’s enough! In my experience, I would say that the products are mainly non-comedogenic (see this blog post on what that means), so my skin doesn’t feel clogged or congested after use.
I can’t wait to share the results in my upcoming blog posts. In the meantime, if you want to see what kinds of creams and serums are offer from Facetheory, you can click the button below to get a code for 20% off everything – click to get the code, then click through to Facetheory.com.
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The marketing spiel about this face mask promises to quench your skin and give a youthful, dewy glow after use. I’ve mainly used this when having a bath so the results may have been skewed with my plumped pink face from the heat.
I’m always being asked how I manage to work from home without a) murdering anyone, and b) becoming a social recluse. To be fair, I’m a bit of a hermit anyway, although I’m sure friends from my youth would disagree!