Last weekend my bathroom turned into a spa, because I got an opportunity to test out the whole range of Skintruth products. For those of you that haven’t heard of this brand before, Skintruth is a skincare line that is mostly used at beauty salons, but you can also buy the products online for your personal use. The products contain tons of natural ingredients and are overall very lovely. I obviously can’t talk about any long-term benefits, as I’ve been testing the products only for a few days, but there are quite a few of them that caught my attention and ended up on my wishlist.
The two products that impressed me most are their Rejuvenating Hot Cloth Cleanser and Skin Refining Dermabrasion. The Hot Cloth Cleanser is seriously amazing! After only one use, my skin was feeling soft and looking super lovely, so I’ll definitely buy this product as soon as I use up my mini Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish Hot Cloth Cleanser. I haven’t tried it yet, but from what I’ve read, I have a feeling that these two products are pretty much identical. The only difference is that the Skintruth one is quite cheaper, as it costs €18,90 for 200ml, while Liz Earle’s 200 ml tube will cost you €10 more. As for the Skin Refining Dermabration goes, I just love the consistency. I’ve always been struggling to find the right face pilling, because they are either too harsh for me or have those tiny balls in them that do nothing for my skin. This one, however, is very fine and I really feel like it is doing something without damaging my skin.
Skintruth also carries many hand products, so I decided to give myself a little treatment before applying my nail polish. I never do anything to my hands besides using a hand cream in the winter, but after testing out these products, I feel like I need to invest in some cuticle oil. And that Replenishing Hand Mask wasn’t that bad either… Oh god, I already see where this is going. I’ll be broke again as soon as I am no longer broke. If that even makes sense… I’m sure you know what I mean. 😀
Lastly, I decided to ditch my beloved Bioderma for the weekend and tried out some Skintruth’s make-up removers instead. I don’t see myself using a Cleansing Oil any time soon, even though it perfectly removed my face makeup, but I kind of developed a crush on the Eye Make-up Remover, which was very unexpected. I remember using cream-type make-up removers when I was little and was trying to remove my carnival face paint (think Halloween make-up), and let me tell you, I hated them. They always stung my eyes and made my eyes all blurry. But this one is completely different. It did not irritate my eyes at all, and removed my eye makeup like nobody’s business, without any dragging or pulling. Overall, I am quite impressed with Skintruth products and as you can see, I have my eye on quite a few of them. Have you heard of this brand before or maybe even tried some of their products?