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Skin Free Review

I am always very careful about the products I use on my skin. Because my skin is so sensitive and prone to breakouts, I have to make sure I use only natural products without added chemicals. You would think at age 31 that acne would be a thing of the past, but unfortunately for me that’s not the case. I have very oily skin too which I guess is good for slowing the aging process. Thankfully I don’t have to worry about wrinkles just yet.
I had the opportunity to review Skin Free Skin Care Products recently and give my thoughts on how they worked for me. I liked the fact that their products are 100% natural and 100% non-toxic and are recommended for people with skin sensitivities and allergies. In fact, Skin Free Products were designed so that people could have skin free from toxins, irritants, fragrances, colourants, petroleum derivatives and animal products.

I had the opportunity to review three products from the Skin Free line: Corrective Face Nectar, Niaouli Scrub for Blemish Prone Skin and Green Clay Mask for Blemish Prone Skin.

The Corrective Face Nectar is a special blend of healing oils including Squalane, Tamanu, Sweet Almond, Carrot Seed, Evening Primrose and Virgin Olive which are all known for the regenerating, soothing and anti-inflammatory properties. Its designed to reduce capillaries and scarring, prevent wrinkles, heal eczema and acne, reverse sun damage and stop invisible signs of aging.

This is my favourite product of the three I tried. I used a small dab on my breakouts after washing my face at night. It does have a strong smell, but its not an unpleasant one. A little goes a long way too so it will last you awhile.

I was very impressed on how it worked. By morning, my pimple would be almost gone. I sometimes get cystic acne- you know the big painful pimples- and by morning it would be shrunk down majorly in size and no longer hurt. This is definitely one of the better products I have used for my pimples and I love that it is all natural.

The Corrective Face Nectar comes in a 1 oz. bottle for $24.99 and its worth every penny. I definitely recommend it if you have a stubborn skin condition like me.

The Niaouli Scrub can be used daily or once a week and its great for gently removing excess oil, minimizing pores and removing dull, dead skin cells. The Healing Organic Niaouli essential oil is a cousin to tea tree oil, but it has a forest type smell. I wasn’t crazy about the smell because I am not one for outdoorsy smells. I used it once a week since using it everyday seemed to be too much for me. It does make your skin feel very smooth and clean after using it. The oil slick is gone too which is a big bonus. This one costs $15.99 for 4 oz.

The Green Clay Mask is made from French Green Clay enriched with Extra Virgin Olive Oil and Macadamia Nut Oil. It is designed to draw the impurities out of your skin without overdrying. You are supposed to apply it to your trouble spots and leave it for 15 to 20 minutes. I didn’t leave it on my skin for that long because of some initial stinging, but the end result after washing it off was great. My skin did feel much healthier and looked brighter. This one costs $15.99 for 6 oz.

Overall, I like Skin Free Products and I am going to continue using them especially the Corrective Face Nectar. It’s awesome!! If you have problem skin or prefer natural skin care products, then you should definitely check out Skin Free Products.

To purchase Skin Free Skin Care Products, please visit their site or visit these,, or Skin Free wanted me to mention that they are looking are looking for people to sell their products in Canada so if you are interested, please contact them via their website.

Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. The opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product.

Stacie Vaughan

Stacie is the mom of two girls and lives in Ontario, Canada. She enjoys cooking/baking, photography, reading, DIY and is fueled by lots of coffee!

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