superdumb supervillain: Skin Energizer

Thursday, June 10, 2010

Skin Energizer

I received a massive box of skin care products a few months ago and I've been working on trying them out so I could give you some opinions. I wasn't familiar with their products but according to their site, SkinEnergizer manufactures and distributes high quality skin care products using natural-based, botanical ingredients that are targeted to specific problem areas. There are a lot of problem areas to work on, apparently! Here's the run-down from their website:

Extensive research has produced truly effective, high-performing products for anti-aging, anti-wrinkle, face & body firming, and treatments for sun damage, stretch marks and scars, cellulite, brown and age spots, psoriasis, acne, dark circles, and a broad range of best-selling lotions, creams, body scrubs, moisturizers, exfoliates, and spa and body luxury skin care. A natural-based, botanical solution is our mission.

• Natural-based, botanical active ingredients and essential oils
• Minimal and recyclable packaging
• Development and adoption of industry best-practices
• Continued process improvement for corporate efficiencies
• On-going ingredient research, development and sourcing
• Customer education on ingredients, solutions and skin care
• Solutions for Cleansing, Rejuvenation and Growth
• Results and Benefits Based product objectives!


Like I said, I received a lot of products to review and I was a bit overwhelmed. SkinEnergizer offers solutions for just about any skin type or condition. The products I've enjoyed the most have been:



Nourish Skin Tight Body Firming Lotion (Smooths and refines belly and thigh skin, plus the Orange Love Spell scent smells like a creamsicle!)



Nourish Dark Spots and Age Spots Fade Cream (Really amazing and seems to work quickly; extremely useful since I scar easily from bug bites)



Nourish Complexion Cream (Regulates my horrifically oily skin without drying it out)

Other cool things about SkinEnergizer are their commitment to reduce packaging waste and marketing expenses and they even have a gigantic advice section so consumers can educate themselves on the proper products for them. Nice.

Disclosure: I received a big box of SkinEnergizer products and was asked to post my honest opinions. No compensation was received.


1 comment:

  1. They sound great. It's weird how skin is constantly changing, at least in my case.

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