OxyLift part 1 – Dead Sea Facial Polish

I was recently sent a couple of products for review from OxyLift, and have decided it would be easier to talk about them in two different posts.

OxyLift products use natural ingredients, which I love to hear. The first item I tried is theย Dead Sea Facial Polish. I have to admit, I’m generally not a huge fan of facial scrubs. However, I have to say that this one pleasantly surprised me. I have sensitive skin, and find most scrubs to be pretty harsh and drying. My skin is often tight and red after using one.

I noticed right away that this “polish” has beads like any scrub, but they are smaller and not as hard, if that makes sense. It didn’t feel like I was rubbing sand on my face, is what I mean! The scent is light and nice – it smells like the Dead Sea… although I don’t know how I would know that.

After rinsing it off, my skin definitely felt nice – bright and clean, yet hydrated. I followed up with my routine nightly moisturizer, but I didn’t feel like I needed to. I find it interesting that this product is to be used on the neck, hands and cleavage area as well, for its anti-aging benefits. Interesting! I am definitely going to keep using it 2-3 times a week and consider myself a convert!

Product: OxyLift Dead Sea Facial Polish, $24.95/80 g.

OxyLift Dead Sea Facial Polish

2 thoughts on “OxyLift part 1 – Dead Sea Facial Polish

  1. This is really great advice! Thanks for letting the world know about a polish that isn’t as hard on the skin! That’s funny it smells like dead sea to you ๐Ÿ™‚ I guess it must be right ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Hi
    I’m a new reader, and love being able to find info on cruelty-free, Canadian made products …… Thank you!
    Reading the article on facial scrubs, though, brought to mind a growing concern with micro beads. These are a looming environmental disaster, as they do not break down, and are rapidly polluting our waters.
    They do become saturated with toxins, and when ingested by water creatures, they are causing terrible suffering.
    I wrote to Crabtree & Evelyn, as I had a hand scrub that I loved, and asked if there were micro beads, or something non-threatening (like maybe sea salt)….. Their reply was non-committal, and when I wrote back with a more specific question and also voicing my concern, they never responded at all.so, I have had to stop buying that product.
    I have just started actively trying to avoid products that test on animals, and am shocked to see how few familiar names are on the “cruelty-free” list. Very disappointing.

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