Good Medicine Artisan Organic Skincare

I love artisan skincare if you can’t already tell and I like to give my skin a break from chemicals. Good Medicine Beauty Lab is a chemical-free company. I love the ingredients they use, but I still have to get used to the funky no perfume smell. I know, I know it’s so much better for you sans perfume in skincare but I’m still getting used to all that.  They create nutrient rich products like Honey Dew serum. cheeks and forehead. It reacts with your own skin oils,resulting in dewy smoothness. In addition to honey, it’s packed with cucumber, lime, grapefruit and calendula. The antiseptic oils reduce pore size and redness dramatically. They also craft light and fresh perfumes that keep you free of chemicals. They weren’t my favorite, I’ll stick to real perfume I’m not quite ready to switch to all natural ones just yet. 

Honey Bee blossoming mask is a quick one-minute treatment packed with vitamins and minerals. I’m loving this so much I need to break down all of the components:

Wild Desert Honey :Powerful humectant, fights free radicals, treats irritated skin, promotes healthy cell turnover, plumps, calm, rejuvenates, smoothes

Apple Pectin: Protects skin’s natural barrier, improves elasticity, supports new cells, reduces fine lines, moisturizes

Aloe Vera: Heals, calms, soothes, softens

Frankincense Essential Oil: Antiseptic properties, calms, soothes, supports healthy cells, reduces inflammation or red blotchy skin tone

Myrrh Essential Oil: Soothes dry skin, cleansing, brightens

Amber Attar: Purified, promotes new cell growth, improves elasticity, treats acne

Clarity is a thick fave cream that can be worn underneath makeup. It contains wasabi extract to promote circulation – this is the first time I’ve seen wasabi in anything but sushi! Coconut oil and aloe vera soothe the skin. It also contains olive oil – I love olive oil in skincare!


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