Skin issues have plagued me for months, mostly due to stress. I get breakouts right along my jawline, on my temples, and forehead and I was 100% OVER it. Usually I try to remedy these things with diet, water, sleep, stress reduction, etc. I also heavily rely on face maps like the one below to help me determine what the cause of my breakout is.
But this time, I was finally done and ready to take a larger step. I decided to try Juice Beauty, which claims to be an “Organic Skin Solution”. After using the products in the Daily Hydrating Solutions Starter Pack, I wanted to write a review of Juice Beauty about the good, the bad, and the ugly.
What comes in the starter pack:
- Facial Cleansing Milk
- Green Apple Peel Sensitive
- Antioxidant Serum
- Hydrating Mist
- Nutrient Moisturizer
Pros (The Good):
- The products don’t leave the “residue” feeling on your skin
- They smell good
- It’s non-greasy
- In just one week I’ve noticed a significant difference in how tight my skin feels
- My breakouts are going away
Cons (The Bad):
- Price – the starter pack was $40 and if you were to buy each product individually it was be $175 – if that lasted you 3 months you’d be paying about $58 per month
Major Con (The Ugly):
- One of their big endorsers is Goop Blog’s owner Gwyneth Paltrow. If you’ve been following my blog for any length of time, I think that living sustainably and organically should be accessible for everyone. Goop is founded on an Elitist mentality that makes living eco-friendly seem unattainable unless you can buy moon dust to put in your smoothies… Ok sorry, end rant.
So far, Juice Beauty Skincare has been a great experience. Financially I’m not sure it is sustainable for someone like me who’s on a budget, but we will see. Stay tuned for updates!
To shop the products I used click here Juice Beauty’s Daily Essentials Skin Care line is made with rich antioxidants that feed your skin every day. This collection provides everything from cleansing to hydration to sun protection.