Top of the morning! I’ve got the scoop on more healthy skin care–#teamorganic! Have you ever heard of Boots? Sure you have. But have you heard of Boots Botanics? Well, never fear–I received products for free in exchange for my honest review. And being the kind girl I am, I’m so happy to share with you what I’ve learned ;). Let’s get started!
The first thing I used was Boots Botanics Organic Hot Cloth Cleansing Balm. This gets an A+ for uniqueness at the very least, I’ve never used something like this before! The consistency is similar to Chapstick or Carmex and it also smelled AMAZING. Very natural, very light. It contains Jojoba Oil, Shea Butter and Rose Hip, so it didn’t leave my skin dry at all.
“Massage balm over face and neck. Soak the cloth in warm water and use as a gentel compress to draw out impurities. Remove remaining Balm. Finish by soaking the cloth in cold water and press gently over face to close pores.” Ok? Done!
I was provided with the opportunity to try Boots Botanics All Bright Hydrating Day Cream which I also loved. It too smelled amazeballs USA! It has a really creamy lotion-like consistency which I enjoy! It’s on the thicker side, but not at all too heavy for the face. I also love day creams that have an SPF! I’ll likely add a stronger one on top of this when I plan to be outside more, but SPF 15 is a great start! It also contains hibiscus which is said to brighten the skin tone, and Hyaluronic acid to boost moisture levels. Remember when we discussed the perks of Hyaluronic Acid in my previous post?
Boots Botanics Hydrating Night Cream has a great consistency to it as well. To be honest, it has a little bit more of a perfumy scent than what I enjoy–a scent very different than the other 2 products. But as I’m sure you’ve noticed, and as I’ve said, I’m really sensitive to scent and very picky! My skin felt great when using this overnight, and I woke up to really soft skin!
Some key points about Boots:
-Included in each product is a unique key extract, selected to target a specific need
–All products are free of parabens, mineral oils, paraffin waxes, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate and Sodium Laureth Sulfate (doesn’t this sound like the name of twin girls?!), replacing with man-made chemicals and natural ingredients when possible
–Not tested on animals
–Packaging uses recycled materials where possible
What do you think, have you tried these products? And if so, was it a win for you? Will you incorporate Boots into your skincare regimen?
Cheers to fashionable skin,