In Review: Blissoma Skincare

17 April 2013

Most of you know I'm pretty natural when it comes to my food and beauty routines, mainly because when it comes to makeup I've stumbled upon allergy upon allergy which makes things a little trickier for me. And while this sometimes is a major annoyance, the realization that I'm doing more good for my skin by sticking to the naturals makes me feel a little better. With that being said, I'm always on the hunt for good organic skincare that doesn't necessarily break the bank or my face out. So when I heard about Blissoma I was quick to give them a try, and they were sweet enough to send me a a handful of full sized products and a couple of samples, two of the products have become a serious part of my daily routine while I'm still dying to try the others..
 (I'm slow because my 'snobby' skin..). 
My first love was the Smooth A+ Moisture Serum ($21.50), it's quickly replaced my serums, moisturizers and gasp, coconut oil. It keeps my breakouts at bay and my skin feeling silky smooth. The herbal smell is calming, and not overwhelming which can occur sometimes with 'natural products'. 
Second found the Amend Facial Solar Repair Anti-Aging Serum ($49) to be pretty amazing too, keeping my pores unclogged and greaseless I was able to apply makeup right on top!
Now, The Refine Clay Renewal Treatment ($26.75) was amazing, I got a deluxe sample and oh my gosh, I'm almost done because I cannot stop using it. It's the perfect exfoliant mask and again it keeps my breakouts on the down low, while brushing off whatever dry skin I have. The smell is super strong but as I sit for those 15 minutes, I believe I'm in a spa getting a facial so it's soothing to me. It's definitely worth trying out, great for detox!
Another one that caught my attention but didn't get too much use yet was the Free Rejuvenating Gel Cleanser ($26.99), so far I've used it as a makeup remover and it's gotten the job done with no residue.  

Now, I just need to try out the other and check back sometime in the future. What do you think would you go natural? 

Don't forget to check out Blissoma, They have candles and perfume too!

*disclosure: this is not a sponsored post, Blissoma was kind enough to send my product free of charge for the sole purpose of this review, as always all opinions are my own.