Circcell

 
 
 

Had the chance to work with one of my favourite skincare companies, Circcell again! If you saw my last post with them, you know how pleasantly surprised I was with how well their products have worked for me, so when I had the chance to work with them again, I jumped on board.

It’s worth noting that although they sent me the products, they haven’t asked me to write a review about them, but I am constantly impressed with their products and inspired by their dedication to environmentally friendly and ethically sourced ingredients; so I felt the need to share how great this company is!

Their products are:

  • Vegan

  • Cruelty free

  • Made in America

I love how these photos turned out, but it turns out I was entirely unprepared to take them. First of all, I didn’t charge my camera battery. Then, I was woefully ignorant in understanding the extent of mess a rose petal milk bath entails in the aftermath, and not to mention dropped my phone in the milkey tub—but it seems to be all good and functional for the time being! I also did shower before taking these photos only to realized I would have to re-shower after dipping my head in a tub of milk.

Above is their Vitamin C Ampoules which are great for all kinds of skin. I found it leaves my skin feeling immediately softer and smoother. I’m not certain of the true function of capsuled products, but I somehow always feel much more expensive when I whip these open, does anybody else get that?

 
 
 
 

This luxuriously packaged face oil is their Extraordinary Face Oil for Healing/Sensitive Skin. They have a couple different types of oils for different functions which is a great way to find the formula that works best for your skin. They weren’t even planning to send me this, but I asked for it anyway because I wanted the chance to try our this product and had a couple photo ideas in mind—so lucky for me they agreed! I’ve been using this in conjunction with the Vitamin C Ampoules; rotating between the two every other day, just because I’m too excited to use both products.

Anyway, enough about me gushing over skincare, go try it out for yourself and let me know what you think! These products tend to lean on the pricier side, but I think spending a little extra to use products that work well for you is always worth the investment. Also, they have lots of products for a more budget-conscious price range on their site. I tried their Dew pH Perfector ($60) and Mandarin Cleansing Milk ($45; and it’s not actually milk, it’s still vegan) the last time I worked with them, and I have to say, the Mandarin Cleansing Milk is still one of the best cleansers I’ve tried. Also, their Geothermal Clay Cleanser ($40) is super affordable and I’ve been seeing it all over Instagram lately. I’m yet to try it, but that will definitely be what I look to next!

You can see the pictures I took for them last year here if you like!

 
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