Let’s Chat: Lindi Skin Care

I am all for trying out new skin care products, and since one of my new year’s resolutions is to take better care of my skin, I was more than happy to try out some Lindi Skin. Today I am talking about my review of the Face Wash, Face Serum, and Eye Hydrator.
The Face Wash did well to hydrate my skin, but it did not leave me with that “clean feeling” I usually get from the face wash products and cleansers that I usually use. The product has a nice consistency, but I think I prefer my usual face wash and cleanser. I found the Face Serum to be hydrating, but it did take a long time to absorb into my skin. I applied it after using the Face Wash in the evening. 
I think that the Eye Hydrator was my favorite Lindi product. It’s consistency was a lot like that of honey, and I mostly used it at night. I tried using it in the morning but it didn’t absorb into my skin very well so it was harder to put makeup on after using it. After using it for over a week I didn’t notice any difference in the skin tone under my eyes, which has always been a problem area for me. It did its job by hydrating around my eyes, but it did not correct any of my dark circles. 
Overall, I wasn’t very fond of the lemon citrus smell of any of the products I reviewed. The majority of these products also come in lavender scent, which I think I would have preferred. 
I’m all for skin care products made with great healthy ingredients that are good for your skin, so you can try out Lindi Skin for yourself and let me know what you think! Use code BLOG25 at lindiskin.com to get 25% off your purchase and get free shipping!
*These products were sent to me free of charge for the purpose of review.

Xx Tracie
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    kenzie negron
    January 7, 2016 at 1:25 pm

    Have never heard of this company before! It looks awesome though 🙂 x, kenz http://sincerelykenz.com

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    January 13, 2016 at 7:32 pm

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