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New Juice Beauty Review – Hydrating Mist and Stem Cellular Repair Moisturizer

I have been a Juice Beauty devotee since the beginning of the year after viewing author Karrine Steffans’s blog posts in which she sang its praises. Initially, I surfed the company’s website, thought the products were too pricey and put off ordering. This past January, I took the plunge and ordered the Blemish Clearing Cleanser, Blemish Clearing Serum and Oil-Free Moisturizer and fell in love. I became dedicated to Juice Beauty products, however, after going back to my previous skin care line (like I said, I found Juice Beauty rather pricey) and cringing as my skin reacted negatively to the change. I broke out in little patches all over my cheeks and chin. Mind you, my previous skin care product was for sensitive skin. When I switched from my previous skin care routine to Juice Beauty, I did not have the same reaction; only when I switched from Juice Beauty back to my “sensitive” skin product line. That’s when I knew the Juice Beauty product line is truly organic.

I recently added the Hydrating Mist and Stem Cellular Repair Moisturizer to my Juice Beauty collection and, like the Blemish Clearing Cleanser and Blemish Clearing Serum, these products are winners.

The Hydrating Mist is a light and refreshing toner that I spritz on after cleansing my skin with the Blemish Clearing Cleanser. Only a light mist is needed. I have read some reviews where there were complaints that the Hydrating Mist made one’s skin too sticky. I have not experienced that problem. After letting the Hydrating Mist air dry, I apply the Blemish Clearing Serum. I finish with the Stem Cellular Repair Moisturizer.

This moisturizer is light and has a clean, lemony scent. It has softened and brightened my complexion. I have also noticed an improvement in my skin’s texture. The jar comes with a pump that releases just the right amount to apply. It is one the more expensive products on the company’s website, but it is well worth the money.

I highly recommend Juice Beauty’s Hydrating Mist and Stem Cellular Repair Moisturizer if you are looking for an organic skin care line that produces noticeable results.

Juice Beauty Revisited!

I have been using Juice Beauty products – the Blemish Clearing Cleanser, Blemish Clearing Serum and the Oil-Free Moisturizer – since early January. My initial review of the product was good but questioned whether one needed to spend so much money on a brand with results comparable to other, less expensive brands. Prior to using Juice Beauty, I was (and still am) a fan of Oil of Olay Foaming Face Wash for Sensitive Skin and returned to this product after exhausting my bottle of Blemish Clearing Cleanser.

There was a difference within hours. A not so good difference. I

developed an outbreak of tiny bumps that extended from my chin to my left cheek. I realize that sometimes it takes a while for one’s skin to adjust to beauty routine changes. However, I never experienced an outbreak when I switched to Juice Beauty. Hmmm, that got me thinking. One, Juice Beauty make actually be the real deal, a truly organic cleansing system. As gentle as Oil of Olay Foaming Face Wash for Sensitive Skin is, it still shocked my skin. And two, sometimes you have to pay the price for the results you want. Not only had I noticed how clear Juice Beauty was making my complexion, but others had noticed as well.

So, looks like I’m headed to the Juice Beauty website to order another bottle of Blemish Clearing Cleanser. I still have a fair amount of the Blemish Clearing Serum and Oi Free Moisturizer. It is, for me, an expensive product, but it is well worth the money if you want clear skin.

A Month of Juice Beauty – Product Review

After hearing so many positive comments about Juice Beauty’s organic facial cleansers and moisturizers, I decided to give the Blemish Clearing Cleanser, Blemish Clearing Serum and Oil-Free Moisturizer a try. While I am impressed with the effectiveness of the products, I don’t think they are any more effective than many of the facial cleansers and moisturizers on the market.

Admittedly, I did not follow the directions to a T. That is, I only cleansed and moisturized my face the recommended twice daily for about a week. After that, I dropped it to just once a day because it is something about the scent that does not agree with me. This is an organic product and there is definitely an earthy scent. While not altogether unpleasant, it still seemed to stay with me for a while after I cleansed my face. I sometimes thought I could actually taste it, but that may have just been my imagination.

The Blemish Clearing Cleanser will get your face clean. Squeaky clean. I used it with my Clarisonic Mia and was amazed at how bright and healthy my skin appeared. Per the instructions, I followed the Blemish Clearing Cleanser with the Blemish Clearing Serum. The serum is dispensed through a dropper. I used four drops, rubbed in my palms and applied over my face and neck. I haven’t seen any change in my blemishes, though. Then again, I am not using it twice daily, as recommended. Lastly, I applied the the Oil-Free Moisturizer. The moisturizer is excellent; it dissolves into my skin leaving it very soft.

The only issue I have with Juice Beauty is the price. I ordered directly from the Juice Beauty website. The Blemish Clearing Cleanser is $22. The Blemish Clearing Serum is $29 and the Oil-Free Moisturizer is $28. I’ve seen facial products that cost a lot more than this, but, to me, it is still pricey. I guess I paid for the “organic-ness” of it all. Which begs the thought that one could pay a lot less and still receive the same results by choosing a less expensive product line. A plus is the product will last a while. This post’s picture shows just how much I have left even after a month’s use

Overall, I give Juice Beauty four out of five stars. It really will leave your face radiant and soft to the touch. Since I feel one should give facial products longer than one month’s use to realize the full results, I plan to continue using Juice Beauty until it runs out. I’ll post a follow-up review then.