I love Earth Science skin care! Their products are cruelty-free and primarily vegan (with the exception of a few products which contain beeswax – read all ingredients), hypo-allergenic and don’t contain any methyl or propyl parabens. Also, their skin care line is pH balanced and works like a charm on my skin. It’s amazing that I haven’t written about Earth Science previously ’cause they are one of my all time favorite beauty companies. My faves include…
A-D-E Creamy Cleanser ($9.85): This time of year my seasonally dry skin always yearns for a nice, moisturizing, non-oily, vegan creamy cleanser. I’ve tried many a cream cleanser and believe me, they are not all the same. My least favorite are the drippy, watery, perfumey kind. Earth Science’s Creamy Cleanser is definitely one of my all time favorites. This natural fruit oil cleanser has the perfect consistency, it’s gentle, light and it comes in a pump bottle so it’s convenient and non-messy. It also contains no artificial colors, mineral oils, soaps, harsh preservatives or irritating petroleum products (which none of your beauty products should ever contain). This cleanser is perfect for removing makeup and sunscreen and works best on normal to dry skin. It’s pH balanced and is rich in plant sterols and vitamins A, D & E. I’ve been using this cleanser every morning and night and my skin feel amazingly soft.
A/B Hydroxy Acid Night Rejuvenator ($21.95): This night cream has an effective combination of time released Alpha and Beta Hydroxy Acids which rejuvenate your skin overnight and fight wrinkles like you wouldn’t believe. A 10% concentration of these Hydroxy Acids, anti-oxidants and hyaluronic acid is delivered to the skin by way of liposomes, where they are then activated by your skin’s enzymes. You can actually feel this night cream work. There’s a slight tingling/stinging sensation when you put in on (even though their website says there isn’t). I honestly don’t mind it though; I like to feel the anti-wrinkle ingredients hard at work.
Earth Science is carried at Whole Foods and other health oriented stores and you can also buy direct from their website. They offer free shipping on orders over $15 and you get 10% off orders over $75.
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