I’ve been using Palmer’s Cocoa Butter since my early teen years. I apply it all over my body at least once per day, it’s my favourite moisturizer. Over the years Palmers’ has come out with several other body care products and everyone that I’ve tried I’ve liked.
Palmers recently came out with a cleansing oil for the face. I’ve never used a cleansing oil before this because they just seem like more work than a regular cleanser. I decided to give the Palmer’s Cocoa Butter Formula Skin Therapy Cleansing Oil a go and was pleasantly surprised.
Riversol is a local Vancouver skin care company founded by Dr. Jason Rivers, a board certified dermatologist. He developed his line with sensitive skin in mind, which I have. Dr. Rivers found that a lot of the products on the market for sensitive skin contained irritating ingredients that actually aggravated sensitive skin. I totally agree with Dr. Rivers as a lot of skincare products that claim to be for sensitive skin irritate my skin.
I’m cutting it close to 30 and still have occasional breakouts. I typically get a least one bad one around my time of the month then random ones other times. It’s very frustrating and I’ve been dealing with this for along time now. I have three products that I use regularly to treat my breakouts and I find that they work the best for me.
I know, my reviews have been lacking. I’ve been extremely busy with my business and just haven’t had the time. I had a shower this morning (obviously) and after washing my face with Amie Naturally Kind Morning Clear Purifying Facial Wash I decided I had to write a review on it cause I’ve been really enjoying it for the past few weeks.