I’m SO Uberly Crazy In Love with Fiafini!

June 10, 2013By 0 Comments

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Seriously, I’ve NEVER experienced a skincare line quite like Fiafini. I’ve also never used a skincare line where every product contained marula oil, so that’s probably why. The 411 on marula oil: it contains powerful antioxidants, high concentrations of nutrients, minerals and essential fatty acids that protect against environmental stressors, reverse photodamage, boost cellular activity, hydrate at the deepest levels, and repair the skin! Dude, and I thought argan oil was the motha of all anti-aging oils! NOPES.

Fiafini, which is all-natural, vegan and cruelty-free, makes my skin feel DIVINE! Ha, I don’t mean to sound all conceited (or maybe I do), but my skin is more the shit than it’s ever been since I started rockin’ these marula-infused beauty products! ;)

More deets:

Delicate Cleansing Emulsion, $28: This lightweight, creamy cleanser is super potent, and a little goes a long way. When I use this, my skin feels like I’ve just had a posse of magical skin fairies come vacuum out my gunky pores. Seriously, my skin feels immaculate, smooth, baby soft, and so ready for some fancy-schmancy Marula Oil serum!

Exceptional Skin Serum, $38: Anti-oxidant rich allstars Marula oil and Vitamin E make this bad boy a wrinkle fightin’ machine. On Fiafini’s website it explains that the “Chronobiological Cell Energizers actively help keep skin firm and lifted.” You had me at Chronobiological Cell Energizers. F’reals.

Deluxe Ant-Aging Eye Cream, $40: If Marula Oil and “Chronobiological  Cell Energizers” already made you tingle in special places, get ready for a dose of ooh la la Malus Domestica Fruit Cell Culture Extract (breakthrough apple seed stem cells that help maintain the healthy functioning and replication of new skin cells). This rich eye cream has the power to reverse the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. This cream also contains chamomile and licorice to help decrease inflammation, improve circulation, and prevent puffiness and dark circles. I kid you not, when I put this eye cream on for the first time, I told me hubby that I had vegan beauty super powers – I could feel it working almost immediately.

Divine Hydration Moisturizer, $38.50: This moisturizer contains Marula Oil, Vitamin E, Prickly Pear, Avocado, and Evening Primrose, which all fight fine lines and wrinkles and help firm and lift the skin. Ladies, let’s all swear off future face lifts and voluntary botulism poisoning and simply get serious about our beauty regimens. It all boils down to all-natural, nurturing, nutrient-dense, quality skincare (VEGAN, of course).  It’s hard to put into words how I feel about Fiafini… it goes beyond “awesome,” “amazeballs,” “fantastisch”… it just makes my skin feel magical. :)

Disclosure: I received these product samples for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the products.

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