High-End Skin Products: Are They Worth the Money?

For the past two weeks, I’ve been using high-end skin products. I received them in my subscription boxes, and I wanted to see if they’re worth the money.


Tula Purifying Face Cleanser. This stuff is amazing. It gets deep into your pores and cleans out the nasty stuff. The cleanser is actually affordable at $28 for 6.7 oz.


Along with the Tula cleanser, I used my Foreo face scrubber. The combo worked great.



Dr. Brandt Microdermabrasion Age Defying Exfoliator. There’s no debate. This scrub works. There’s a noticeable difference after the first use. I use it two to three times a week. The exfoliator costs $79 for 2 oz. Shop around and you might be able to find a sale.


Grown Alchemist Repair Day Cream. This moisturizer is loaded with ingredients like aloe vera, sweet almond, and rosehip. Don’t expect a miracle from this cream. It’s full of good stuff, and I didn’t have to pay the $50 for it. So I’ll use it up, but I wouldn’t buy it.


AHAVA Hydration Cream Mask. This can be put on and rinsed off or you can leave it on all night. I like it. It contains Dead Sea Mud and gives your skin a nice boost. I also used it during the day as a moisturizer. $33


Korres Wild Rose Night Cream. Fantastic. The smell is incredible, and it’s my favorite product that I tested out. $48


I’ve always had bags under my eyes and sometimes concealer is not enough to hide them. Dr. Brandt’s Needles No More, No More Baggage eye depuffing gel is incredible. Dab some on your eye baggage in the morning and the puffiness diminishes. It’s expensive at $42 for .5 oz, but it works!

Stay blessed,










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