All I want for Christmas is clear skin. I know, I know- there’s no easy way to achieve this. Because of my A-type personality traits, I tend to get stressed and get break outs no matter my beauty regimen. But eliminating black heads & keeping my skin bright and glowing is my goal. It’s nice to have an exfoliator to keep my skin prepped for healing afterward too.
As I’ve mention in previous beauty posts, I strive to use mostly natural products so that my skin is not absorbing chemicals on the regular. I am impressed with the effect I’ve seen on my skin using two Tula products the past few weeks… I get sent a lot of products to try and many of them never make it to my blog, because I find that they make me breakout, sting upon application or sometime smell like chemicals right upon opening…
The Tula hydrating day and night cream I have been using day and night and despite my oily skin, it does not lift off my face or leave it feeling oily. I wake up with dewy skin in the mornings. My favorite is the exfoliating mask however. I am a firm believer in the healing properties of probiotics so it was fun to try it on my skin for the first time. I usually just take the pills to keep my digestive tract in balance. The Tula exfoliating treatment mask does not sting or leave my skin dry afterward. It exfoliates very gently and makes my pores look smaller after each use.
“(Their) scientific technology stimulates production of vital defense cells to make your skin healthier and more resistant to the damage it is exposed to every day from stress, air pollution, chemicals, the sun, and most of all, aging. Plus the dairy ingredients in TULA products promote a natural balance of the skin flora, supplying the same nutritive elements to your skin that help your gut while stabilizing its immune system and re-awakening cellular activity that slows with age.”
What a great property to include my beauty routine!
It helps that I’ve stopped wearing makeup daily, but I can tell that this is nourishing my skin on my makeup free days as well as protecting it beneath my foundation when I choose to wear makeup.