I’ve been testing a couple of new facial products this year and this Ujene range from Switzerland is the latest. Somehow I find products from Europe work particularly well for me and this is one of the reasons I agreed to take three of their products for a complimentary review. The other reason is that these products contain Oviluxe, which is 99% purity collagen that acts as a moisture-magnet in skin, drawing and plumping up vital moisture within skin’s epidermis. Well, my skin can definitely do with more collagen, whether it is from food sources or from topical application of products.
After noticing the increase in eyelash fall out during the removal of my mascara, I have been on the lookout for a natural alternative of mascara that functions as well as the commercialized ones but without the harsh chemicals. I have tried a few organic brands of mascaras before and found them to be average and a little pricey for their less than stellar performance. But I think I may have finally found my holy grail of natural mascaras in Dr. Hauschka’s Volumizing Mascara.
Some of you may recall my feature of the Oskia Glow Facial at Bud Cosmetics earlier last month. Besides experiencing the facial, I also received this award winning Oskia Micro Exfoliating Balm and a couple of other samples in my media kit. So today, I’ll be sharing my review on this product, along with reviews on their Bedtime Beauty Boost and Eye Wonder.
I am feeling very sad while writing this review. It’s got something to do with this product all right but it’s not what you’re thinking and you’ll see why in a minute. Moving along, let me introduce you to Botáni Rescue Eye Treatment from Australia, a product I’ve specifically requested to be sent to me. Now, very rarely do I request for products but this one piqued my interest because of the ingredient list. Plus, I am on a quest for effective eye products too!