Good Science Beauty

Let’s talk about Science.

I’m not an expert, by all means, but I did learn a few things about science in my school days.

But, I, like most people, am still learning, still yearning grow more, and fill my brain as much knowledge as I can.

I’ve researched and learned a bit about Good Science Beauty that I want to speak to you all about today.

Good Science Beauty uses Silicon, a natural element, to carry ingredients. It isn’t the same as Silicone. The Silicon is wrapped in lipids and amino acids, which helps to pull the ingredients into the skin, and this technology has been patented as Good Silicon+. (goodsciencebeauty.com).

Pretty cool stuff. There are many different formulas in the brand to do different things. Their skincare ranges from a polishing powder to firming creams, masks, and more.

I was excited to try the purifying cream*. There isn’t anything like this that I have ever tried, so I didn’t know what to expect. The cream is soft, not thick, but also not runny. There isn’t a scent and it blends in well. I find it nicely moisturizes and it also reduces oiliness as it suggests. It has Willow Bark and Amino Acids to purify in result of all that nasty pollution.

My skin more dry than oily, so I find that I need a bit more in the Winter. I think that this is perfect for Spring and Summer, but the dry air is really affecting me right now.

I am really interested in the Hydrating Cream too. This one would most likely be best for the Winter months. It carries Hyaluronic Acid and Marine Omega-3 to hydrate, hydrate, hydrate!

Overall, I am very impressed with this cream and am so glad I tried it. Have you heard of this or have a good cream you are into now a days?

Wishing you all the bright fireflies,

Jennifer

*gifted

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