Monday, September 14, 2020
Review: Bloomeffects Royal Tulip Cleansing Jelly #Bloomeffects #RoyalTulip #CleansingJelly
(product photo courtesy of www.bloomeffects.com)
Today I will be discussing the first of four products that I have tried from the line. This review discuss their Royal Tulip Cleansing Jelly. The cleanser is made primarily for dry and sensitive skin types. It is a non-foaming cleanser that removes all traces of makeup and oil on the face and leaves skin velvety soft. What is so nice about this cleanser is that it does not strip skin of its natural moisture barrier. The cleansing jelly is a very light but effective cleanser that removes makeup, dirt and sebum from skin. What is most fun about this product is that it comes with a cute rose gold metal spatula to help scoop out the product from the jar and onto your hands. From there you can then massage onto your face with fingertips where it will gently melt away makeup and impurities. Once the makeup has completely dissolved into the jelly, either rinse away with warm water or wipe away with a damp cloth. The Dutch Proprietary Tulip Complex and botanical oils pump skin with hydration so it feels soft and supple.
2.7 oz/80mL $39.00
Bloomeffects is a new range of clean skincare that is made with primarily made with recycled packaging is 100% recyclable. As are the containers. The line contains no sulfates, parabens, phthalates or fragrance. Their philosophy is to be as sustainable as possible. The co-founders of the brand, Kim Van Haaster and Monica Aurigemma, have a long history in the beauty business. Ms. Van Haaster knew she wanted to start Bloomeffects after falling in love with the love of her life and moving to the Netherlands. She asked Ms. Aurigemma to help her. Ms. Van Haaster's husband introduced her to the tulip that would soon be the inspiration for Bloomeffects. Eventually they would have one of their very own hybrid named after their brand. It was chosen to be the Bloomeffects tulip because of its unique dark purple color and beautiful shape. It is a huge honor for Bloomeffects to the join the likes of Dutch King Willam-Alexander and Sir Paul McCartney to have a tulip christened after them.
At first I wasn't sure if I was going to like this product because it doesn't foam up, as I am used to cleansers doing, but I found it to be very effective at cleansing my makeup. It grew on me. On days where I wear heavier makeup I have to use more of the cleansing jelly but it still does a good job of getting rid of all traces of makeup. I do like that it leaves skin feeling very soft and supple. Since I use Retin-A, my skin has become dry and sensitive. This product is perfect for my new "skin type". Using this cleanser keeps my natural moisture barrier intact and helps keep my skin from becoming irritated. The cleansing jelly is extremely gentle, and I would recommend it for sensitive, dry, mature and combination skin types. This is definitely an effective cleanser and I think it is an interesting one too. I have heard about cleansing jellies but had yet to try one. Now I really like this cleanser and consider it an essential part of my cleansing routine.
Bloomeffects Royal Tulip Cleansing Jelly retails for $39.00 and is available from www.bloomeffects.com. Like Bloomeffects on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Bloomeffects/; Follow Bloomeffects on Twitter: @bloomeffects; Follow Bloomeffects on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bloomeffects; Follow Bloomeffects on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/bloomeffects and Subscribe to Bloomeffects on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt904VVPZZRmFVQnZd4l42w.
Until Next Time~
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