Tuesday, February 14, 2017

African Extracts Purifying Range Review

African Extracts | Cleanse, Tone & Moisturise
Happy Valentines Day, my wish for you is nothing by a healthy looking skin!!!

If you have been following the blog & me on snapchat (snapchat - zanelemondi) then you will know that the skincare products I use on the daily to especially cleanse, tone and moisturize with are the African Extracts products.

Last year I won a year supply of their products and I have given away most of the products to family and friends I have also saved some for a huge giveaway I'm planning later this year, I'm just waiting for the products to accumulate and all *wink*.

Today I just thought that I should give you a review because I have been using African Extracts Purifying Range for a while now.

Face Wash:
African Extracts says the following "cleans deep down to the pores for problem free skin. Enriched with Rooibos and Baobab extract, which are renowned for their soothing and calming properties and skin clearing benefits. Spot control face wash leaves skin feeling refreshed and invigorated".

I just wet my face first, apply a very small amount cause a lil goes a long way. I like that the facewash is dry skin friendly as it does not leave my skin feeling dry and looking ashy.

African Extracts say that the toner removes impurities and tightens pores.

My very first experience on using a toner back in high school was very traumatic, the toner was alcohol based and it cracked my face to the core and ever since then I wasn't toning that much. Since the African Extracts Toner is water based I was like let me give it a try, and I have been using it daily ever since because yet again the product does not leave my face feeling dehydrated, but it leaves it feeling clean.

African Extracts says that the moisturizer is "easily absorbed, non-greasy moisturizer works in two ways to reduce shine and help prevent blemishes".

Also I love using this moisturiser as it adds moisture to my face without making it feel greasy, but the only down fall here is has no SPF such a bummer.

My verdict:
I do like that the African Extracts Purifying Range is affordable and dry skin girl friendly. It is also good to know that the range is paraben free and that they don't test on animals.

P.S. Skincare is different for everyone and hey if you just use a facewash and moisturizer then you are good to go - good for you sister. On my side I just feel like the more the better, bring that serum, the spot control, bring that under-eye cream, that scrub, etc....

Hope you have enjoyed my review!!!




2 comments so far

  1. A girl after my own heart....Gonna try this

    1. Thanks I try... Please do and tell me how it goes!!!


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