I had a conversation with one of my sisters recently about whether or not it was truly necessary to be using anti-aging skincare products at my age. I guess I was in denial because I didn’t think that I needed to worry about yet. Heck, I am only 39 years old! Even so, my sister, the skincare product guru, insisted that it was never too early to start caring for my skin. Prevention, she insisted, is the key to success. So, I gave in, and I have begun to research products that would be healthy to use on my face in my quest to delay the aging process.
Mom Fuse came to my rescue and invited me to review some decadent skin care goodies from Om Aroma & Co., a luxury organic spa and skincare product company. The Luxe FACE Collection takes wonderful ingredients like Caviar, Truffles and Champagne and fuses them with organic ingredients to create a line that is not only naturally great for the skin, but has anti-aging results. Champagne and Caviar and Truffles, oh la la!
The Om Aroma & Co. Luxe FACE Collection is available in both regular and travel sizes and includes Elixir de Beautè (a Champagne Facial Cleanser), Extrait de Caviar (a Caviar Eye Cream), and Crème Luxe (a White Truffle Face Creme).
The Elixir de Beautè is a gently exfoliating cleanser. I like how I only need to use a small dab of the cleanser. It cleans my face without feeling harsh, and once I rinse the product, leaves my face feeling soft and refreshed. The Crème Luxe is my favorite of the three products. My skin has never before felt as soft as it does after using this moisturizer! I appreciate that it doesn’t leave a greasy residue on my face, and doesn’t interfere with my makeup either! I have found that I can only use the Extrait de Caviar at night before bed as it seems to be too heavy a cream for my skin.
Bottom Line: The Om Aroma & Co. Luxe FACE Collection is luxurious and healthy for my skin. I will absolutely continue to use these products.
Colleen @ Living Life One Day At A Time
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Posted by Nicole Ibarrondo, former editor here at Mom Fuse