What kind of skincare do you use? There are so many different kinds from drugstore brands to ultra luxe. There is clean beauty, green beauty, vegan beauty, and much more in the beauty space. For this story, I’m focusing on skincare things I didn’t know about. I was curious about Full Body Impact’s Liquid Collagen. Veriphy is a clean, green skincare line with a Core Trio of skincare basics to streamline your skincare routine. Baebody is an advicesister’s favorite and they have a powerful Eye Gel. Will you want these products? Let the reviews begin!
I’ve been meaning to write about Veriphy skincare and the holiday gift guides got the better of me. This is the time to treat yourself. When it comes to skincare things, Veriphy’s Tripe Treat Discovery Kit is just the thing.
The Core Trio:
Veriphy Skincare offers you clean, ethical beauty, the cruelty-free products have a bunch of “we don’t have any of these harmful ingredients” (see list). Although the website proclaims “by women for women” Forbes named Veriphy products ‘Best Skincare Wellness Gift For Men in 2023.” Travel & Leisure named Veriphy in a 2023 story “Carry-on Essentials That Travel & Leisure Editors Can’t Travel Without. Impressive! One thing to note is that there are prices in Canadian dollars and I was confused at first. However, they are for sale here https://veriphyskincare.com/en-us/products in US Dollars.
Self Absorbed Facial Moisturizer:
A wonderful clean beauty moisturizer with key ingredients PhytoSpherix® (100% plant-based glycogen/phytoglycogen), and hyaluronic acid. It also has green tea, algae, and licorice root extracts plus avocado oil to smooth fine lines and wrinkles and hydrate skin. The cream in a pump bottle hydrates quickly and well with a velvety feel. It made me feel pampered, and I was glad it absorbed quickly and left my skin soft. The moisturizer is dispensed from a green glass bottle with a pump top.
Power Trip Facial Serum:
The Power Trip Serum uses a blend of Lactic Acid and other vegan AHAs to exfoliate the skin and help lighten dark spots. PhytoSpherix (see above) hydrates the skin up to 130% while helping to reduce the appearance of fine lines. Arnica and calendula extracts work to repair and soothe skin affected by environmental saboteurs. I am usually nervous about using anything that exfoliates as my skin is delicate and sensitive. But this product absorbed quickly and didn’t sting, burn or cause any redness or rash. My skin isn’t like yours, but from my point of view, it’s a keeper!
20/20 Eye Cream:
Peptides are the key to this eye cream. Also phytoglycogen, niacinimide, and cucumber extract help to soothe and nourish the delicate eye area. I did feel a bit of a tingle but it wasn’t a big deal. When it comes to eye creams, they don’t generally show dramatic improvement. You do have to use them for a while. But there are good and powerful ingredients in this eye cream. If you are into vegan, clean beauty this is one to try.
Veriphy Triple Threat:
One thing I love is being able to take my favorite skincare products in small sizes. The Veriphy Triple Theat is just $24 and includes the three products above. , just sized for travel $24. They are in plastic, not glass, so there’s no need to worry about dropping them. For more information on Veriphy products visit https://veriphyskincare.com/en-us
Full Body Impact Collagen:
Can you drink benefits for your skin? Full Body Impact has a new Gold Edition liquid collagen protein supplement with hyaluronic acid and vitamin C. The company says that in addition to 16g of medical-grade collagen protein per 1oz serving, their new formula is enhanced with 160mg of hyaluronic acid and 180mg of vitamin C., according to Full Body Impact, this is double the amount of the leading powder!
I agree that these ingredients are proven to be good for the skin. But I’m still a bit squeamish about anything ingestible. In addition, the company says that this hydrolyzed liquid version has a 99.5% absorption rate in just 15 minutes while the absorption rate is only about 37% for powders and pills. I can’t quantify this as I just didn’t want to test the product personally. As I have stated many times, you can’t know if what you ingest will cause issues with other drugs you might take, or other medical or skin conditions you have. But one thing to note is that you aren’t going to see a big result from one pouch of these products. You will need to use it properly and regularly for more than a few weeks to see a big difference in how your skin will look and feel.
That said, I am not against trying a liquid collagen as long as you check with your doctor first. I do like the fact that the Full Body Impact Liquid Gold Edition is free of artificial sweeteners or colors and has an apple flavor instead of the usual, chalky powder taste. It is also sugar-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, and soy-free. For those who have dietary restrictions, it’s good to know that the product is Kosher, keto, and paleo-friendly. A box of 24- 10 oz. single servings is $55.98.
Baebody Eye Gel:
Did you know that Baebody uses only safe, natural ingredients, and a product is sold every minute? That says a lot about the quality and popularity of the brand. Advicesisters.com also like Beabody. We just tried the Caster Oil Eyelash Serum and in this story, we are featuring the Baebody Eye Gel.
The first thing I like about this eye gel is the packaging. There is a pump on the top and when you press it, just the right amount is dispensed for your undereye area, It’s clean, the packaging in non-breakable, and the cap keeps the contaminants out. This cooling gel is lightweight and pleasant to use. But it’s a powerhouse of ingredients, the key ones being: Gotu Kola, Jojoba Oil
Vitamin E, an Amino Acid Blend, and Matrixyl 3000 (a peptide). These help smooth lines and wrinkles, and the appearance of dark circles and under-eye bags.
It absorbs quickly and it’s gluten-free, and vegan (among many other things). On the Baebody Website, they mention that you can also use this as a facial moisturizer. That’s not something I tried. This is a powerful eye gel and some naysayers on other Amazon mentioned that it was too strong for them. Your skin isn’t like mine or anyone else’s but if you are prone to irritation be cautious.and use it where it is primarily meant to be used (before you slather it elsewhere). The 1.7 fl. oz. plastic pump jar is $27.96 and there’s also a travel size tube for $13.95.