Seventh Generation offers a line of six serums called Boosts - today I'm reviewing the Hydrating Boost Serum, which features jojoba oil. Seventh Generation says "give your personal care routine a natural lift with Seventh Generation Boosts. These concentrated, 100% botanical formulas contain natural ingredients show to have powerful effects on your skin." Each Seventh Generation Boosts Serum contains 44ml (1.5 fl oz) and sells for around $13.50. This range of serums is sold exclusively at Walgreens. This moisturizing serum is vegan, 99% bio based, hypoallergenic, and free of parabens, phthalates, and synthetic fragrance. Seventh Generation is proud to be cruelty free. This serum was made in Canada.
Friday, March 7, 2014
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Revlon's new ShadowLinks are a collection of 30 individual eyeshadows that can be linked together to create customized palettes. Revlon doesn't bother to make any specific claims about their newest eyeshadows (a wise decision). This review is for the shade Melon, the only shade that really appealed to me. Each ShadowLinks contains 1.4 grams (.05 oz) and sells for three or four bucks. Revlon products are not cruelty free. This eyeshadow was made in the USA.
Wednesday, March 5, 2014
Boots says their Botanics Shine Away Ionic Clay Mask is a "mineral rich oceanic clay mask" that "contains a negative electrical charge which acts like a magnet, helping to draw deep rooted impurities out of the skin without drying. Its hydrating and oil absorbing properties leave skin soft, smooth, and wonderfully cleansed." This clay mask contains 100ml (3.3 fl oz) and sells for around $9-10. I received this mask from Influenster for review purposes. Boots, an English brand's products are available via the brand website, Target, and Ulta. Boots does not test on animals. This clay mask was made in Canada.