|Collective Wellbeing Skin Care Assortment|
As you all know, I have been experimenting with lots of wonderful skin care products. Some of these companies you may have been aware of and others you may have discovered through me as I shared them with you. Lately I have been using three exciting skin care products from Collective Wellbeing that were sent to me for this review.
**Disclaimer: This post has been compensated through a free product (s) and/or monetary payment. Opinions are solely mine. **
This company started in 2004 by Jack and Ellen Davies to beautify you and the planet through effective natural formulations and giving back as a member of the 1% For The Planet to stop their carbon footprints. After three years of working with dermatologists, microbiologists, green chemists and naturopaths, Collective Wellbeing offers a wide range of safe, natural products.
The first thing I used was their Weightless Daycream, a sheer blend of concentrated botanicals like chamomile, aloe vera, and natural antioxidants like vitamins C and E, zinc and free radial sponges to protect from the environment without scent or heavy waxes and fillers to clog your skin. This product absorbed quickly into my skin and refreshed my face, without any greasiness or irritation, just a comfortable light hydration, which makes this an ideal choice for the perfect summer day cream!
Eye cream testing was next as I applied their Category 5 Eye Cream. For starters, I loved how little of this unscented, hypo-allergenic cream you needed to use for each application. The delicate skin around my eyes that has some tiny creases looked less noticeable once I began using this product in the mornings and nights. Some puffiness you wake up in the morning with from my allergy appeared lessened slightly also, which was nice to see.
Night Quenching Cream was last to experiment with. This gel-cream has high concentrations of marine and botanicals to replenish your skin from the harshness of the environment and fight aging. I loved the silky feel and how the extreme antioxidant power behind this formula with the use of Astaxanthin (from sea algae) and NDGA (a compound found in the desert chaparral) worked to rejuvenate my complexion more with each new application. My soft skin glowed more each day and overall keeps gaining a healthier radiance!
I really think Collective Wellbeing has an excellent collection of effective and affordable natural products that you would be glad to use. I’m happy with the results I achieved with my three products and am eager to try more of their line, including hair care products in the future. Do check the company’s website.