With Earth Day, Boscia wants you to “preserve the earth” and remember to make more natural choices. This company has developed a line of preservative and chemical free products that are worth a look.
We in the Product Girl household have been using some of Boscia’s products for a little while and so far, we like what we see. My favorites are the Purifying Cleansing Gel and Oil Free Daily Hydration with SPF 15. The cleanser feels soothing even though it deep cleans. It doesn’t leave my skin feeling tight all. All you need is a little bit to form a nice lather and off you go. As for the moisturizer, it’s not greasy or heavy which are things we look for in a moisturizer. It has a thinner consistency so it spreads easily and sinks in very quickly. This moisturizer also helped to control excess oil on our skin and has SPF 15, so we’re definitely happy about that. It would be nice to see a little more SPF but this is a good start. For oily skin gals, this is great stuff.
While I just started using the skincare recently, like me, you may be more familiar with Boscia’s Blotting Linens. These little books of 100 linens helps absorb excess oil on your skin with 100% natural abaca leaf fibers. They comes in six different scents: Fresh, Green Tea, Lavender, Rose, California Orange and Peppermint. I’ve been bouncing back between Green Tea and Rose and I love how they leave a soft scent on your skin. I can still smell the rose scent on my skin after I’ve blotted.
A few interesting facts about Boscia on Earth Day…
- Boscia features two unique ingredients in every product: organically-grown jojoba leaf and willowherb. The preservative-free products not only free your skin of chemical irritation, they also reverse the symptoms that preservatives have been known to trigger, like acne, redness, and inflammation.
- Boscia uses “clean room” technology to insure the highest level of cleanliness and have designed a “green” facility that mandates energy-efficiency and environmentally-friendly practices throughout production. The facility is designed on a vertical structure and accordingly, the assembly line begins on the top floor of the building and moves down, using gravity to move products from one process to the next.
Next time you’re in Sephora, take a look at this line… Mother Earth will thank you for it.