Summer is finally here and I am both in love and scared of the unknown future that is to come. I just finished studying in Oslo, and I’m trying my very best to figure out what to do next.
Haven’t had much time for myself lately, so now that summer is here it’s feels right to have a little pamper session whilst listening to Daddy Lessons.
I want to feel well with myself and wanted to try out some new products. I believe in the power of natural and green products to help smoothen and moisturize our skin. I just started testing out 3 products from an Australian plant-based brand called Hello I’m Roar.
Camelia Seed Detox Serum
I use this after cleansing my face with Origins – A Perfect World Cleanser and before I apply the radiance mist.You just massage the oil into your skin. It helps boost radiance and it’s the perfect travel size.
Cucumber & Plum Eye Makeup Remover
This one has a lovely smell of cucumber and plum. I have only tried it ones and will have to continue trying it to see how it works on my skin. Unfortunately this product didn’t do my skin any justice the first time but I will give it one more shot.
Cocunut, White Oak & Jasmine Radiance Mist
This on the other hand I really like. It feels soothing on my skin and can be used on both face and body. Whenever my skin feels tired or not well, I just mist some on my face and I’m good to go. Can be used with serums, masques and make-up.
Hello I’m Roar is an Australian vegan skincare brand. They provide products with natural ingredients, both the products it self and the packaging is Australian made and they’re all against animal testing.
Another thing that I found really great is the price. It’s affordable and you get good value for the money. It suits students like myself very well.
If you have any plant based products to recommend, feel free to write it in the comments. Would love to know. Have a beautiful day!
x Live Henriette ©
One thought on “Getting my skin ready for summer”
Oil can be a good makeup remover, but it makes my eyes cloudy. Did you find the Cucumber and Plum Eye to cloud your eye?