As a lot of you already know by now I am a sucker for aloe products and I always use aloe gels for a lot of different reasons like sunburn, moisturizer, hair etc. This one is a aloe vera gel but it also has propolis in it which is good for acne (fighting it that is), moisturizing, soothing etc. I will do a separate post on propolis later on so I will not go in deep in this post. Propolis is basically glue used by bees.
Usually I would not write anything about a product when I only have one sample to try out, but this product really surprised me. Thank you farmer is a brand I am really interested in, since the products I have been trying before really impressed me. This line really made a bad first impression on me, and I really have not seen anyone who didn’t like it. Which is really surprising to me since I really don’t feel I can be the only one with this experience.
This is a really nice cleanser. It is mild to the skin and it made me really interested in the product.
I like it. it has the same scent as the toner though. Since I only received a sample sized product (30 ml) I will only do a first impression on it.
This is a low pH cleanser, around 5-6 (I haven’t confirmed the pH myself yet, but according to other reviews this claim seem to be solid).
I only received a small sample size of this in one of my Bomibags so, I will only make a first impression on it since it is simply too little to give a good review on it.
This is a lotion, which is basically a light moisturizer. I use it as a first moisturizer, but if you have oilier skin you might manage with this as your only moisturizer.
To my skin this is not doing much. It is moisturizing but my skin is super dry and I could not manage with this on its own, instead I use it as a first moisturizer, that means that I add another moisturizer on top of this. If you are using a good sunblock during the day this might also be enough for your skin. It really all comes down to what your skin likes and what it needs. My skin is demanding moisture to the point to ridiculous.