As promised, I told you all that I would do a Natura Bissé product update after I had used it for awhile. It has been almost six months since Paul bought me several of their products for Christmas – & although I’ve used their Vitamin C Scrub before, I had never used any of their other products.
Let it be known before I go into my mini-review…
No, I’m not an expert.
Yes, this is all MY opinion.
Yes, I use other brands of beauty products, not just BeautyCounter.
However, with that being said, my daily routine consists of about 97% of BeautyCounter products.
I do think it’s best to use one line because it’s specially formulated to work together for a particular skin type, like: oily, dry, acne prone, etc. However, always do whats best for you & your skin. But, make sure that you’re using products that are actually helping you, not hurting you.
I’m sure some of you are asking, “What does that even mean Kate… “Not hurting you?” – What I mean is, some products have Retinyl Palmitate or Retinol, Formaldehyde or Benzalkonium Chloride all of which are NOT GOOD FOR YOU. Before you use a product, just check the labels. Make sure you know what you’re putting onto your skin… just like you do when putting food into your body.
So, without further ado, let me introduce to you the Natura Bissé products from left to right.
Natura Bissé C+C Vitamin Cream – promoted to “prevent & protect against free radicals”, “improve skins firmness” & to “provide hydration & suppleness”. After about 2 months of using this on & off, maybe two-three times weekly… I came to the realization that it just wasn’t for me. The texture of the cream is a little too oily for my likening.
Natura Bissé C+C Vitamin Souffle Mask – promoted to “repair damage”, “improve skins elasticity & firmness” & “recover the luminosity of the skin”. – I used this simultaneously with the C+C Vitamin Creme & I can say that they benefit each other in a sense that you have to use them as a daily/nightly regimen. They both promote skin firming, which after 30… is something to start considering. However, it’s never to early to start. Masks are always a great, regardless if you do them once a week, twice or daily.
Natura Bissé C+C Vitamin Eye – promoted to “prevent & correct dark circles, puffiness, etc.”, “hydrate, brighten, etc. & improve skin firmness”, & “reinforces & protects skin against premature aging”. – The texture is just what you want in an eye gel, light & dries quickly. I didn’t use this product as much as I thought I would. So, I really don’t have a good analysis to give.
Natura Bissé C+C Vitamin Scrub – promoted to “exfoliate”, “restore radiance & luminosity” & “eliminate impurities & dead skin..”. – I used this for over two years. The smell, the texture, & the results are always perfection. I also used to use this more so than I’d like to admit. I just haven’t ran out to find a different product to try.
Natura Bissé C+C Vitamin Complex – promoted to “anti-aging formula”, “restore firmness & luminosity” & have “superior antioxidant power”. – WOWZA. This is on another level of anti-aging & antioxidant “super-food.” However, it’s quite pricey.
Overall, I wouldn’t personally buy these products again. Their price point is on the higher side. When Paul purchased these, I still wasn’t deep into doing my research about what I was putting onto my skin. I’ll never be perfect, I know I cant control a lot… but my skin care is one of them that I can.