These days I am all about clean, ethical beauty, so I decided to try out Doctor Rogers Restore Face Wash and Healing Balm.
The lightweight cleanser is so easy to apply. It transforms into a silky lather that effectively lifts away dirt, oil, and makeup without depleting or stripping your skin. The formula leaves skin refreshingly clean and touchable supple. I love that it contains Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, which helps retain moisture to lock in hydration throughout the day and night. I can tell after a week’s use that my skin looked vibrant. I tend to have hormonal breakouts, but this month, my face was bright because this cleanser contains Leuconostoc/Radish Root Ferment Filtrate, a probiotic extract to naturally prevent the overgrowth of unwanted bacteria and fungus. This is such a plus, plus!!
This is a really lovely alternative to petroleum jelly. It is hydrating, and I love that it is made with glycerin and castor oil. These skin-friendly ingredients are not only safer, but effective for wound healing, chapped lips, dry, post-procedure healing, skin surgery, lasering, tattoos, cuts, scrapes, burns, diaper rash, and cracked soles of feet. You can also use it to tame those pesky flyaways. It dries up fast, so there’s no greasiness nor will it clog up your pores. I am carrying a travel one in my purse to use as a gloss as well as an eyebrow styling gel when I am on the go.
Since the cleanser and the Balm are 100% plant-based, I encourage you to use them, especially if you have sensitive skin, allergic to gluten, pregnant, or nursing.
Also, the Healing Balm has passed rigorous testing, so its safe to use if you are prone to allergies due to beauty products.
Have you tried any Doctor Rogers products? If so, which ones? Leave us a comment below.
I received a press sample for review. The opinions are entirely my own based on my experience.