Tuesday, August 11, 2015

Vitamin C Cleanser Review

I confess I tried to wax the fine little hairs above my lip with wax strips. What happened? A chemical burn of some kind. Seriously that's how it feels. I'm plucking with tweezers for now on! I don't have very many hairs. Just a few on the sides of my lips that I want gone. 

Of course this happened right before school started. I think I'm going to white lie to my students, and tell them I put a lotion or make-up on my face that I was allergic to. They don't need to know that I was trying to wax my little hairs. If I told teens that they'd picture me having a full blown mustache. 

So what do you do when you have a chemical burn? As long as you show no signs of vomiting, fever, or faintness you just need to keep the area clean. This isn't that major, so no doctor visits for me. I imagine some do get that bad because they can lead to staph infections.

I've been cleaning my face that's non-irritating formula. It's Vitamin C Cleanser. It's a face wash that has natural and organic ingredients. 

Cost $29.95, but on sale for $17.95

Contains:
  • No harsh chemicals
  • No Sulfates
  • No Parabens
  • No Artificial Fregrances
  • No Colors
  • No Dyes 
  • 15% Vitamin C 
  • Nourishing Aloe
  • Rosehip Oil 
  • Tea Tree Oil
  • All Plant-Based Ingredients 
This product is safe for all skin types. It maintains a healthy moisture balance without stripping your skin. One thing I really like is that it doesn't make the skin feel tight, or dry. 

I Love That it's:
  • Vegan
  • Cruelty-Free
  • Made in the USA
  • Never Tested on Animals
It Does it's Job: 
  • Removes Dirt
  • Removes Excess Oil
  • Removes Makeup 
  • Brightens the Skin
  • Smooths the Skin
I don't have to worry about this product making my skin worse. 

What product(s) do you use to keep your skin clean?
 
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6 comments:

Madilyn Quinn said...

I once got a chemical burn from trying to use that nair stuff on my legs. It hurt like hell, but wasn't bad enough to go to the doc. Needless to say, have never used it again!

I like the sound of this face wash, though. I've got super sensitive skin and break out really easily. I've tried everything under the sun, but the only thing that tends to work are organic/nature cleansers or bars. That gets to be pretty expensive though :(

~ Noelle said...

I need to start taking care of my face. Right now j don't use anything...

Theresa Mahoney said...

I love using Vitamin C on my face. I also like to break open Vit. E capsules and dab it around my eye area.

Masshole Mommy said...

I would love to use this to help clean my face.

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I hear you on those little hairs on your month on the sides of your mouth I mean . I have them too and I don't like them

indah nuria Savitri said...

I have some hair too but I leave them ;). This product looks good and save..

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