Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Beauty Review // Evan Healy Skin Care Kit

If you are a regular here you'll know that I'm a huge fan of all natural beauty products. I've talked before about my love for Evan Healy hydosouls and how refreshing and replenishing they are for the skin. The other day while stocking up on all my essentials at Whole Foods I decided to pick up their Ayurvedic skin care kit to try. I've had my eye on it for awhile and I loved the idea of getting a bunch of smaller products to test out before really splurging on the real deal. This kit retails for $35.95 and contains up to 21 days of product. I think it could probably be used longer if it is not your everyday routine. I decided to use the entire kit one night before bed, they include instructions on how to get the most from your kit and how to use each product. Each item has a distinct smell, some delicious and others that may take some getting used to. The Cleansing milk for example has a lovely fresh smell but the Tulsi Holy Basil Hydrosoul (a personal favorite of mine) has a very smokey fragrance that might not be for everyone. I also really love the Lemongrass Facial Polish but my husband did mention that I smelled like Indian food and he wanted to eat my face, so that could be a plus or minus depending on your personal preference. All in all, I would buy every single product in this kit over and over again. The next day I woke up with a fresh face still and my skin felt supple and ready for a quick cleanse.
I was very happy with this purchase and I am obsessed with how my skin feels and smells after using the products in this kit. It comes with a Rose Cleansing Milk, Tulsi Facial Tonic Hydrosoul, Argan Intensive Serum, Neem Immortelle Purifying Serum, and a Lemongrass Facial Polish. These products cleanse, exfoliate, replenish and moisturize almost any skin type and the ingredients used to create these products are natural and organic. They don't test on animals, they don't use parabens or GMOs, and they source their ingredients from family farms, tribal villages, and women's co-ops which all help to give back to the communities that really need it. That's they type of company I like to give my moolah to!
Have you ever tried Evan Healy products? What is your experience with them?