I hope everybody is enjoying the new year. Let's hope it brings us more love, more happiness and more money than any other year before it! ;)
I also hope it will bring me a better complexion, because between my bad skin, my acne scars, the post baby rosacea, and the melasma on my forehead, I am a walking wet-dream for any dermatologist!
Soooooo, here I go looking for the best moisturizer for my skin, which means I will research it for a couple of weeks before I'll be ready to buy it.
The first brand I'd like to explore and share with you is Boscia. What I like about this brand is that is preservative free and like it says on their website:
To achieve superior results without compromising skin health (sensitive or otherwise), boscia products are formulated without the following:
Preservatives (boscia contains none of the 150 industry-recognized preservatives – not just parabens – that can irritate skin and cause blemishes, redness, eczema and more).
As for the products I'm looking at, while they do have a nice collection to choose from, I was able to narrow it down to:
This oil-free B.B. Cream is the ultimate multi-tasking treatment. The gentle botanical formula creates a lustrous, flawless finish as it hydrates, firms and soothes the skin. Helps diminish the appearance of pores, fine lines and uneven skintone while providing long-wearing, natural coverage that conceals imperfections. $38.00
An advanced hydrating cream that delivers high levels of moisture and helps diminish the appearance of uneven skintone, dullness and fine lines while protecting skin from future damage with broad spectrum SPF 15. $48.00
An oil-free moisturizer that provides weightless hydration as it controls excess oil, minimizes the look of pores and protects skin from future damage with broad-spectrum SPF 15 protection. $36.00
Boscia seems like a good brand with a great philosophy, and while I haven't tried any of their products yet, I think that I will very soon. And their prices are not prohibitive at all.
Please feel free to share any of your experience with Boscia in the comments below.