Andalou Naturals Probiotic +C Renewal Cream and Luminous Eye Serum
Have you heard of the Andalou Naturals skin, body and hair care brand?
As you can probably judge by the “naturals” in the name, Andalou boasts 70% certified organic formulas in their products using fruit stem cells. They even donate $1 to one of four charities for every sale and newsletter subscription, which is pretty cool.
But all of those stats mean very little when it comes to the actual quality of a beauty product. Does Andalou Naturals stack up?
Andalou Naturals Probiotic +C Renewal Cream
The renewal cream is best for those with normal and combination skin.
When I first put this on my face, the light moisturizer soaked right into my skin. Even so, I wasn’t so sure it would keep me adequately moisturized, especially with the cold autumn weather.
Then I realized that my skin was still quenched and super soft 12 hours later. I was very impressed.
I was also impressed with the scent. It has a lovely citrus scent that smells like a cross between lemon and orange zest. Not artificial, but from the real fruit. It was lovely.
Unfortunately, while it was moisturizing and smelled great, it didn’t live up to its “brightening” promise. It didn’t brighten up my skin at all, even after weeks of use. Still, I know I’ll keep using this. For these reasons, I give the renewal cream a…
Andalou Naturals Luminous Eye Serum
The eye serum is good for all skin types.
I had a similar opinion of this that I did with the renewal cream. It hydrated my skin very well and kept it soft and silky for hours afterward.
This one didn’t have the citrus scent. Instead, it has a very light and subtle fresh scent. But, like the renewal cream, it didn’t brighten my skin like it promised. This can be a real dealbreaker for those fighting dark circles under their eyes. I give the Luminous Eye Serum a…