Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Skin Free: A New Direction in Skin Care

Today I received a few samples of SkinFree products to test and review for you guys. I will update you on how I feel the product works over the coming weeks.

The three items I received are:

Extra Moisturizing Soap & Shampoo Bar™: The Extra Moisturizing Soap & Shampoo Bar™ was awarded the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance August, 2008. Skin Free “superfats” the soap with extra virgin olive oil, which contains natural anti-inflammatory agents, anti-oxidants, and natural vitamins that aid in healing and soothing your skin. Naturally moisturizing shea and cocoa butters are added to reduce the tight, dry feeling normally experienced when using typical commercial soaps. The lack of chemical preservatives, fragrance, or colorants in this soap makes it ideal for individuals of any age, especially the very old and the very young, those with allergies, dermatitis, sensitive, or very dry skin. Each bar sells for only $3.99!

Acai Scrub for Sparkling Skin: Skin Free formulated their new Acai Scrub for Sparkling Skin for those looking to soften, rejuvenate and clarify their skin. Acai berry has become the most popular antioxidant to date. Skin Free has added organic Acai berry powder to their basic scrub formula for you to use daily, weekly, or whenever you feel the need to brighten and clarify your skin. Gently massage this antioxidant scrub into dampened skin and rub slowly in circles. Rinse off with warm water to reveal glowing, rejuvenated, healthier skin. The scrub sells for only $15.99.

Whipped Tamanu Body Butter™: The Polynesians discovered the healing and protective properties of Tamanu oil centuries ago. When the French arrived in Polynesia, they were fascinated by the islanders use of this oil for everything from minor skin abrasions to severe sunburn, and major skin infections.
French scientists discovered the oil contains a unique fatty acid that stimulates skin growth. Tamanu also possesses antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.Skin Free has combined the delicious Tamanu oil with Organic Extra Virgin Olive and rich Shea to make a remarkable whipped body butter to help sun-damaged skin, eczema, psoriasis, and reduce scarring. This 8oz container sells for $18.99.

You can get Skin Free products not only at their website but also at some CVS stores on the east coast and in many Walgreens stores.

And until October 1st, you can get Skin Free Skin care products BUY ONE GET ONE FREE. For details, head on over to the Skin Free Blog for details. On the blog it states that the offer is only available until Sept 1st but it has been recently extended thru October 1st!

1 comment:

  1. some soap are not fitted on the texture of your skin face. So you need another sort of brand that can deal with the sensitive skin you have in your face. And also some soap come up with eye cream solutions fitted for removing dark circles under your eyes.