LifeStyle

BioEsse: Beauty Promoting Properties

There is nothing that I love more than great skin products that helps keep skin looking clean and healthy, while smelling and feeling great. So when I was given the chance to try out the BioEsse Hydrating Cleanser, Rejuvenating Serum, Renewing Facial Lotion, and Regenerating Eye Cream, I was ecstatic. I’m also a sucker for great smelling products.

THE CULTURE,CRAFT AND CODEINE (PART 2)

Beauty infused with essential oils? Count me in.

The Hydrating Cleanser started off my nightly routine. After cleansing my face of my workday makeup, I lathered up with the cleanser, which smelled like lavender with a hint of mint. After lathering up my face, I moved to a warm water rinse and lightly dried my face.

The Rejuvenating Serum came right after. It felt like an oil that had a stronger sell, thanks to the infused frankincense. I let the serum sit for a few minutes then gently rinsed it off.

I finished off the routine with the Renewing Facial Lotion and massaged it all over my face. It’s lighter than most lotions and smelled wonderful. Of course, I didn’t forget the Regenerating Eye Cream, which I applied under my eyes. Since the products are made for sensitive skin, I didn’t break out, see any redness, or feel any stinging around my eyes and face.

What’s great about BioEsse, is that it’s a one-of-a-kind skin care line that supports good bacteria on the skin while keeping skin looking great. So whether you use the products during the day or night, BioEsse has you covered.

So how do I rate these products? I would give them 5 out of 5 stars for creating an entire product line (which I love), for their soft and natural scents, and the ability to work well with sensitive skin.

Samantha Reba

Samantha Reba is a full time copywriter. In her free time, she maintains and blogs for Radiant Review, a beauty review blog. Additionally, she is a blogger/tester for upcoming L’Oreal products. When she’s not writing for her blog, she’s handling their social media and connecting with beauty brands. She’s a freelancer for Symbiosis, where she reviews and edits graduate level fashion courses for universities across the country. She loves to travel, explore fashion trends, and binge watch Netflix. She’s been a sister of Phi Sigma Sigma since 2011.

You may also like...

Leave a Reply