Since I've started doing reviews on here, I've mostly gotten the chance to try out products from many different companies that sell organic, natural, hand made skin care. Because of the opportunities I've gotten to review these products I've been introduced to the world of chemical- free skin and hair care and have never looked back since. I've encountered awesome products from great companies that sincerely want to make and sell only 100% natural products, but I have also encountered several companies that claim to sell products that are organic and chemical free when they are in fact actually not. All it takes is a glance at a product's ingredients list to see what it's truly made from.
But I'm happy to say a company I recently found out about called Foreue is seriously the real deal. Foreue wants their customers to know that they can take comfort in knowing that only the best ingredients from nature, that bring no harm to animals yet bring high quality to humans, are included in their formulas.
Foreue also wants their products to WORK and strives to educate and offer the best natural products possible while doing their part to make the world a greener place.
Now when I say these products are 100% natural I am not even slightly kidding. All their beauty and personal care products are formulated with hand picked quality ingredients, featuring herbs, flowers, seeds, nuts, spices, clay, essential oils, vegetable base oils, and or oatmeal. Their soap is made from scratch, the old fashioned way. Using the cold processed method, it takes 5 weeks to complete a batch.
And as I've mentioned before, chemicals, synthetics and parabens in skin care products should be avoided. These additives can get into your bloodstream as toxins or clog your pores preventing good skin health (a little as a time). The detergent bars (some call soap) in the supermarket may seem harmless but in fact they may strip away our skin's natural sebum.
I was lucky enough to get a chance to try out several of these fantasic skin care products. First was their Rosewater Toner. Normally, I make my own toners because when I do I know exactly what I'm putting into them and can be sure that no toxic chemicals are being included. I was thrilled to read that the only ingredients in this toner was literally just Rosewater and Vegitable Gylcerin. That's it! It smells incredible and works great as part of my skin care routine before moisterizing. Next, I got to try the Replenish, Facial Moisterizing Serum. I've always wanted to try facial serums but was always afraid that since they have an oily texture to them (and I have oily skin) that they would some how clog my pores or make my oily skin even worse. But I've been pleasantly surprised that this serum hasn't done either of these things. Going on your skin it's pretty slick and greasy but after about 10-15 minutes my skin simply soaked it right in, leaving no oily residue behind. It's a great night time moisturizer and I've been looking for a good organic moisturizer for a long time now. The Replenish, Facial Moisterizing Serum is also made from some very comforting ingredients. It's made out of Jojoba Rose Hip (organic), Avocado, Wheat Germ, Borage (organic), primrose oil, carrot oil, Vitamin E and proprietary floral essential oils. Can't get anymore natural then that and most serums I've looked into had tons of weird ingredients in them. I can't wait to see, in the long run, the effect of using this serum will have on my skin. Especially since moisturizing is one of the most important things you can do to combat future signs of aging.
Now I've mentioned endless times how I'm an avid user of facial masks. I'm always on the look out for the best skin mask and lately I seem to keep coming upon some really terrific ones. As much as I love using face masks that I make in my own kitchen out of fresh, natural ingredients, I'll still buy face masks that are the type I cannot exactly make myself, like Foreue's Le Mudd Clay Mask. I've always loved using both Mud masks and Clay masks but haven't tried one that was combined. Clay is terrific for detoxifying your skin and drawing out all impurities. The Le Mudd Clay Mask is known as an acne mask. You can use it to clean and condition the skin daily or as a weekly mask to detox. It has high levels of trace minerals which remove toxins, smooth dermatitis, and soften the skin. I think it's interesting that it's gentle enough to be used as a daily cleanser but still strong enough to draw out deep problematic impurities. After using it as a weekly face mask I loved how soft and smooth it left my skin and how clean my face felt overall. I will definitely alternate between this and my usual face masks!
So I'm really glad I got a chance to review products from a company that is completely 100% honest about their products and that can proudly state that they are genuine in providing completely natural and vegan skin care products.
If you are interested in trying out natural products such as these, or want to try a more organic approach to your skin care regiment, then Foreue's product line is definitely something I recommend!