As someone who is about to approach her mid-thirties, I have begun to be more diligent about my skincare regime. I am very careful about the products I use on my face because I have sensitive skin which is what made Sibu Beauty a great fit for someone like me.
I recently tried the Nourishing Facial Cream. With it being summer, I need something that will not only hydrate my face, especially after too much time in the sun with the kids, but I also need something that is not oily as well because let’s face it, I do not “glow” in the hot sun.
What I love about this product line is that it is paraben-free as well as cruelty-free. I want no part of something tested on animals. Sibu Beauty is also GMO free, and the Buckthorn berries used are fair trade picked by people in Tibet. I have never heard of the Buckthorn berry before trying this product. It is great source of Omega-7, which is great for healthy skin, hair, and nails. Even before trying out the Nourishing Facial Cream, I was impressed how environmentally friendly and natural the company was.
As I said earlier, it’s summer here, and my face gets incredibly oily this time of year, which means I am prone to acne, blemishes, and other skin issues. However, since I have started using this, my face has been much clearer for this time of year. My skin is smooth and vibrant! Even my friends are commenting on it. My face doesn’t feel greasy after using it, and it doesn’t have a perfume odor with it either. I really don’t like perfumes in my skincare or cosmetics.
After trying the Nourishing Facial Cream, I would definitely be interested in trying more of their products. The prices are comparable to department store quality skin care lines, and the skin cream is high-quality. If you would like more information, please visit the Sibu Beauty website. You can also check them out on Facebook and Twitter.
Have you tried Sibu Beauty? If so, please feel free to share your thoughts below or share your own skincare regime.
*I received this product as compensation for my post, but the review is my own personal opinion.