I’m sure you’ve heard claims of life-changing products before. I can’t really claim that the products I’m suggesting will totally change your life. But one or two of them just might be life-changing for you! Check out a copper-centric skincare brand called Lexi Skin. b.glen is an award-winning skincare brand that encourages the ritual of self-care. Blossom & Stone has a full-moon-charged rose quartz aura spray I really like.
Life Changing? Could be Lexi Skin:
Hot Pink cartons with white lettering first caught my eye on Lexi Skin‘s cartons, before I ever opened the boxes to test the products inside. But I laughed a bit when I realized that IN BIG TYPE the Lexi Skin website proclaims “copper is your skin’s best friend.” All the packaging is pink and white. I’m wondering why this copper-centric brand used that color for the packaging.
That aside, there are plenty of products from Lexi Skin. Copper is an antioxidant that can help to deal with fine lines and wrinkles, among other things.
Accessible, Affordable, Pleasure to Use
Made in the USA, Lexi Skin products are cruelty-free Leaping Bunny. Worthy of note is that Lexi Skin has created gentle products for all skin types and women of all ages, They wanted the products to be accessible, affordable, and a pleasure to use.
The Lexi Skin Face Cream:
Inside the pink carton is an ombre-tinted oxygen-free, push-type dispensing jar. I love these. You push down and the product comes up through a hole. You never have to stick your hands into the jar of cream. I also like the fact that these ingredients are listed on the website.
Microencapsulated copper peptides support the replenishment of collagen. I’m wondering why this ingredient isn’t listed on the jar or on the packaging. But on your skin, the product feels refreshing and light and is easily absorbed. There is a light floral scent. For a moisturizer, it’s a nice one at $50.
Lexi Skin Neck Cream:
Your neck is a difficult place to keep looking youthful. Perhaps this cream can help. That’s especially if you haven’t resorted to lasers to remove skin damage in this area. *see my HALO laser story about this.
At $60 per jar, it’s not going to do the same as a laser treatment. But it can help, boosting cellular repair. So sagging, wrinkles, and age spots may be reduced. That really could be life-changing.
This is an area of the body that takes patience. Using the cream day and night should help, along with sun protection to avoid even more sun damage. This product also has microencapsulated copper peptides among a cocktail of other skin-benefitting ingredients.
The Bottom Line:
Copper is a wonderful beauty booster and Lexi Skin makes good use of this. If you’re seeking a new anti-aging skincare routine that’s kind to skin, try this. For more information visit the Lexi Skin Website
b.glen is an award-winning Japanese Skincare with over 2.1 million customers. That got my attention right away. In the front of my photo above is their Damask Rose Oil&Serum. It’s b.glen’s first Rose oil-infused liquid serum. Behind it is a tall tube of Clay Wash. This is a nice mild and gentle facial cleanser with natural clay. Also, a smaller tube housing b.glen C Serum.
b. glen Clay Wash:
I expected the Clay Wash to be gritty, maybe harsh, but it turned out that it was a soft gel. It can quickly cleanse pore-clogging oils, debris, pollution & leftover makeup. Natural Montmorillonite Clay gently absorbs impurities, while Hyaluronic Acid, Chamomile Extract & plant-derived Squalane nourish & brighten the skin. Even better, it’s good for ache, aging and sensitive skin. The clay wash is $44 but I really liked it.
Damask Rose Serum:
The Damask Rose Serum is elegant in a frosted glass bottle with a pump top. But I’m just not a rose-centric person. The $60 product is a serum but when I dispensed the product into my hand this oil-based serrum was liquid. b.glen says they use a “prescription-strength “Charged QuSome®” absorption technology.”
I have to be honest. I thought it was quite sticky. However, when I washed it off my skin really did feel super-silky. Ectoine protects the skin barrier from excessive water loss, increases skin hydration, while Ceramera (Plant-derived ceramide derivative) Increases water retention for subtly dewy skin. and Polyamine Stores hydration and makes skin plump.
If you are a rose scent lover, you will enjoy the scent that includes 3 species of the Damask Rose.
b. glen C Serum:
The last product I tried was the C serum. It is supposed to work wonders on sagging, acne, and acne scars. It’s a small tube (o.5 fl. oz. for $49) but b. glen says it is a one-month supply. In case you’re wondering, the C stands for Vitamin C. In fact, encapsulated Vitamin C V is a wonderful antioxidant anti-aging ingredient. It’s one of those lilfe-chagnging anti-aging ingredients that is proven to work hard for you/ In this product, it is coupled with b. glen’s exclusive QuSome technology. It is also very liquid, which is surprised me since most serums are thicker.
What I didn’t like is the subscription program. However, at least you have the option to select skincare items with their one-price program. You can choose 3 ($124) or 4 ($159) or 5 items at $189. Subscription bundles aren’t my favorite way to buy products because you might use up some of the items before the others. But at least you can choose what you want to reorder.
The skincare analyzer on the b.glen website was fairly comprehensive multiple choice. I like these sorts of things to help you decide what to buy.
What I did really like about b. glen is that there are skincare rituals surrounding the application of the products. There are videos and charts to show you just how to get the most out of the products. You will find details about the ingredients, so you don’t have to guess. And aside from a rose scent, the products were really good! Everyone’s scent preferences are subjective. My mom wore Tea Rose by The Perfumer’s Workshop but I just don’t love a rose fragrance.
Life-Changing?Could be Blossom & Stone: