|This is a power-packed trio of botanical anti-aging skin care from Baré Alchemy .|
Nature offers a fully stocked supply of health and miraculous skin care ingredients at our disposal. High-performance botanical beauty products that use advanced biochemistry and molecular biology to target skin at the cellular level can be a complexion’s best defense of healing, normalizing and beating the clock when the two go hand in hand. A promising brand that takes this approach is an Australian company, Baré Alchemy with their Ambrosia Collection of Botanical Skin Care that I have been testing for this review and giveaway.
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Baré Alchemy makes three water-based facial serums to meet the need of each complexion type from normal, dry/sensitive to oily that incorporates the Kakadu plum, coveted for centuries by native Australians for the effectiveness of its antioxidant rich fruit for the skin. Taking a lead from nature, their team combined skin changing botanicals into essential nutrients with their Ambrosia Protect Serum (Normal Skin), Ambrosia Soothe Serum (Dry, Sensitive) and Ambrosia Cleanse Serum (Oily Skin).
The serums come in a glass bottle with a long thin neck. When I first saw it, it puzzled me how it would apply once I pulled it open. However, I understand the design since this fruity-scented serum is a thinner lotion that you need a few small drops into the palm of your hand for a full application. Mind you, I haven’t been using these serums for all that long, but love the results so far.
The Ambrosia Protect (Normal Skin) also has naturally derived hyaluronic acid and moisturizing agents from fruit sugars, AHAs, vitamins, minerals, amino acids and essential oils from the Kadadu plum, lime pearl extract and combretum flower extract as the main ingredients in this formula. This lightweight serum is fast-absorbing and made my skin supple and as soft as baby skin without any sign of irritation.
|This is Ambrosia Protect, a lightweight, but effective dose of nature.|
The Ambrosia Soothe Serum (Dry, Sensitive Skin) gave me long-lasting moisture and seemed to boost my skin’s hydration through the day. Yet, this is another weightless anti-aging serum that absorbs quickly as well. My skin felt smoother and more radiant. Besides the Kakadu plum extract, the formula also has argan oil, oat bran extract, oat bran kernel flour, pichia/resveratrol ferment extract, and Tasman pepper fruit extract.
|Ambrosia Soothe is a hard-working anti-aging product.|
Though my complexion is dry, I also tested the Ambrosia Cleanse Serum to see what it was like. It felt as light as a feather, but still hydrating even for someone with my complexion type as it purged the pores with the help of tea tree leaf oil, Kakadu plum extract, chaulmoogra oil, nigella sativa seed oil, manuka oil, mastic tree resin, lillypilly fruit extract, Davidson plum fruit extract, argan oil, and oat bran kernel flour. The more summer approaches, the more I will reach for that particular bottle with the way the weather affects my skin.
|This is Ambrosia Cleanse (for oily complexions).|
Thanks to Baré Alchemy, three lucky Nuts 4 Stuff readers in the United States or Canada win a full size Ambrosia Serum ($90) in the formula of their choice ($270 total value)!
Giveaway details and How to Enter–
Prize: Three (3) winners from the USA or Canada will win their choice of Baré Alchemy Ambrosia Soothe (Dry, Sensitive), Ambrosia Protect (Normal) or Ambrosia Cleanse(Oily) serums ($270 total value)!
Dates of entry: 05/10/17–05/27/17 at 11:59 PM Eastern Standard Time
Eligibility: Open to the USA and Canada. The winner will need to respond to my email with name and shipping address within 48-hours or another winner will be picked.
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