Welcome to another day of “Tosha’s Random Grab Into The Sample Box!” As faithful readers of the blog know, I often just reach into one of my sample boxes and grab a product to try out. Last night before bed, I did this and came out with Juice Beauty’s three step process – Blemish Clearing Cleanser, Blemish Clearing Serum, and Oil Free Moisturizer.
Obviously, I started with the cleanser and was a little taken aback by the smell. I don’t know if it was just a me issue, an issue specifically with my foil packet, or if it was just the way the product smells, but I did NOT enjoy it. Since it was called Juice Beauty, I assumed a juice smell…maybe citrus-y? Honestly, when I tried to describe the smell to my husband, all I could think of was “rotten juice.” Because it’s the “organic solution,” maybe I should have expected this since it would be a more natural smell and less “dressed up” with other chemicals or artificial elements, but I just didn’t enjoy it. I moved on to the serum and it had the same smell. Both products seemed to work fine as long as the smell doesn’t bother you like it bothered me.
Finally, I put the moisturizer on my face. The moisturizer had the same smell, just not quite as potent. It was stickier/tackier on my face than I like, which is a common problem for me. I like moisturizers that feel light and barely there! And this one was NOT that type of moisturizer. On top of that, as I went to bed, I noticed that parts of the moisturizer that had touched my hairline made my hair feel REALLY STIFF and STICKY. Just…no.
The Verdict: I would not personally recommend this product. It may work better for others, but this product was just not for me.
The Website: www.juicebeauty.com
Thanks for reading! Wishing you all your perfect cleanser, serum, and moisturizer regimen!
9 thoughts on “Juice Beauty Review”
I totally agree about the smell of Juice Beauty products. I got a sample of one of their peels in a Birchbox and still haven’t used it up because I just don’t like how it smells. And when there are so many lovely-smelling products out there that do a great job, why suffer?
I completely agree! I want stuff that smells good, not horrible! 🙂 XO Tosha
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