Natural skincare reviewed: Speak

Skincare

Hello lovelies, we’re back from a nice holiday in Sweden! What a lovely country! Such a beautiful nature and nice people! There’s also a lot of movement concerning an ecological way of living and planet friendly producing. I liked it a lot! It seemed like coming home!

During this time in our camper I took my time to test these honest products from the sweet girls of @speakskinbeauty !

What can I say, I was so impressed!

Deodorant cream:

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I had a lot of troubles with my armpits, due to the use of deo’s which I couldn’t tolerate. I wanted to get rid of propellant spray cans. I tried Nuud with micro silver but this didn’t work out for me. I tried Ben and Anna, but I got very bad infections. My friend is completely fine with Ben and Anna. I also tried “lekker in een potje”, but the same thing happened as with Ben and Anna due to the baking soda. This one, really it cured the rash I had from all the above. It contains arrowroot powder, kaolin clay and magnesium with a combination of butters and oils. It is only lightly scented with lavender essential oil. For me this is the solution after a desperate search of one year. I have no troubles at all with bad smell, my pits feel fresh and moisturized, and I can wear a parfume on top without interfering with a too obvious scent of my deo. I’m in love , thank you Speak!

Powder cleanser:

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I first didn’t like the idea of mixing a powder with water before being able to second cleanse. But I got used to it really fast! I mix it in my hand and splash it on my face rubbing gently. I use it after my cleansing oil from DHC (at the moment), and sometimes I mix them together. It is a delicate cleanse, the scent is really earthy due to the kaolin, the oats and a little lavender touch. It’s an ideal cleanse if you experience some redness like I do. It’s soft, gentle and it does move excess talg. There’s almond oil in it, which I guess makes it the gentle it is. I like the fact that there are no bubbles on my face, I don’t have to use a cotton swab, I just use a washable muslin cloth or my bare hands to rinse off. Love it!

Prickly Pear seed oil

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I’m using it now in the evening before moisturizer. In the morning my skin feels soft and hydrated. For the effects on long term, I want to test it a little longer to experience the anti-wrinkle effect. I need at least 5 drops of only oil to be able to cover my whole face and neck because it sinks in fast, but than I do feel a little to heavy in day time. Speak recommends using only 2 to 3 drops but after misting your face or added to your moisturizer. In this way it works really fine and is light enough during daytime in a hot and humid summer! It promises to have an effect on dark under-eye-circles due  to the vitamin K, but I don’t suffer from them. It really helps out my redness and reduces it visibly! I continue using it, to see the effect on my fine lines and keep you posted!

All items were friendly gifted, but opinions are our own (this time Ilse).

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3 thoughts on “Natural skincare reviewed: Speak

  1. Wow that was odd. I just wrote an very long comment but after I clicked submit my comment didn’t appear. Grrrr… well I’m not writing all that over again. Anyhow, just wanted to say excellent blog!

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