As this post goes live I am finishing up my last day at work for 8 days and I am so glad. I’ve been really stressed this week, suffering from lucid dreams which leave me feeling like I haven’t slept, and I had a panic attack at work yesterday. I definitely need a break. I’m looking forward to having time to read other people’s blogs and most of all I am excited about VegFest tomorrow. I will be posting photos on Instagram tomorrow so if you are interested in seeing what I find then you can follow me here.
Today I am reviewing some skincare, I actually finished all my food reviews for now so if you are interested in skincare then strap in because I have a lot of reviews to write. This time it’s the Pai geranium and thistle rebalancing day cream.
I made a purchase from Naturisimo and something that I really like about this website is that they offer a wide range of samples of products for which I wouldn’t be able to justify paying the full price.
I was interested in trying some of Pai’s products because they are certified vegan and cruelty free, even the lactic acid in this cream is plant based. This cream is a light organic moisturiser which is supposed to refine skin and clear clogged pores. It rebalances oily skin, is non greasy and hydrates to leave a luminous complexion. It’s supposed to leave a velvet matte finish and can form a base for makeup. It’s also great for sensitive skin. The thistle and borage help to even out skin tone, the thistle and safflower contain omega 6 and can clear congested skin and reduce pores. The geranium is great for balancing combination skin, which I would say I have.
Inrgredients: Aqua, carthamus tinctorius seed oil, simmondsia chinensis seed oil, cetearyl alcohol, glycerin, borago officinalis seed oil, cetearyl glucoside, pelargonium graveolens oil, tocopherol, lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil , leptospermum scoparium leaf oil, cymbopogon martini oil, sodium levulinate, sodium anisate, glyceryl stearate citrate, sodium lauroyl lactylate, lactic acid.
I hope you’ve had a great week, are you looking forward to the weekend?