I love beauty products and am always willing to try brands that come with high recommendation. For the last 4 years I’d been hearing great reviews of Dallas area skincare brand Actifirm but never tried it, until recently.
Actifirm, a natural skincare line founded by Elysiann Bishop, for the last 15 years has been redefining skincare through their focused development of effective botanically-based skincare for daily in-home use.
I tried products from the Actifirm Natural Basics set, and am beyond pleased with the results.
The set contains:
Antioxidant Cleanser that cleans and helps remove surface oil – to be used twice a day (works well with a Clarisonic)
15% Z-Peel that serves as a very gentle method of exfoliation with the brands patented ingredient – natural Mucor Miehei mushroom enzymes – every other day use is what I found worked best for me
Renovation Serum that hydrates without oil and calms the skin – to be used twice a day
Actimoist Booster Moisturizer that targets moisture in the places that need it…like the dry patches I get in the winter – use this in the morning
All of these products are available separately but I love the set because it takes the guess-work out of that goes together and the order products should be used for maximum results. I also love that the exfoliator is part of the daily routine. Yes – it is THAT gentle that some choose to use it everyday!
Since using the products a few things have happened. First, people began commenting on how refreshed and alive my skin looks. Second, the tone and texture of my skin improved by leaps and bounds. Third, I actually found my skin to be less oily. Obviously these results are not typical; they are my own and are why I am impressed with Actifirm.
So…what Actifirm product am I dying to try next?! The Nice Body Exfoliator! This power body exfoliator is on my radar.
(Scoop: Stay tuned because my 12 Beauty Must-Have in 2013 will feature the Actifirm product I cannot live without!)Pop Goes The City™ does not accept compensation for reviews. Samples may have been provided. The opinions expressed in this post are my own.