Beauty Review- Dr Hauschka Skincare

Everything Beauty, Fashion & Beauty- Online Shopping By May 08, 2013
For the last few weeks I have been testing the above DrHauschkaskincare products. When it comes toskincare I feel one needs to commit to a product for at least 2 weeks before being able to give an honest fair review.The cleansing milk smells divine and is very gentle on ones skins, it glides on and feels silky soft but still manages to give ones skin a thorough cleanse and remove any makeup residue. I usually reach for harsher gritty cleansers so using this one was very interesting to see that subtle works just as well if not better as it reduces redness. The soothing jojoba and almond oils are combined with anthyllis extract to nourish the skin. After using this product I am quite possibly converted to cleansing milk.

I am firm believer in toners and if you have an oily T-Zone they can make such a dramatic difference to sebum control and the appearance of pores. Dr Hauschka’s facial toner comes in a spray bottle and three sprays (cheeks and forehead) seem to work best for me. My number 1 toner ingredient is witch hazel as it is a brilliant natural astringent and helps to lessen visibility of pores and helps with ones overall appearance of skin. I usually use Environ’s AHA toner and pure witchhazel then alternate between the two on different days. So I was very happy to see witchhazel high up on Dr hauschka’s facial toners ingredient list. This toner does it job excellently.

Melissa’s Day Cream was really moisturising and did clarify my skin but I wasn’t too fond of the formulation. I like a cream that absorbs quickly into my skin and ones that I can’t really feel if it is on my skin (if that makes any sense). This one felt a little too heavy for my liking sadly. The fragrance is also very strong and while it is the natural lemon balm extract coming through it started to annoy me that I could still smell it on hours later.

*Products gifted as part of launch invite