I was recently given the chance to try some awesome products by Relogy
. Relogy (pron. eel-oh-jee) products are 100% vegan and cruelty free! I was able to try out 3 of their products and was very impressed! This line is meant as a natural acne treatment and retails at $49.95 for a 60 day supply.
The items in the treatment kit include:
Rinse-Free Foam Acne Treatment 4 fl oz.
Skin Balancing Lotion with Coconut Milk 2 fl. oz.
FREE! Targeted Spot Treatment with Seaweed Extract .25 f. oz. plus
FREE! RELOGY Guide to Clear Skin with order.
The foam treatment and skin balancing lotion are shown above. I will admit to not thinking these would work. I am skeptical that anything with natural ingredients could really nuke acne. I normally don’t have issues with my skin, but lately I’ve had some hormonal acne that I need to nix and thought I’d give it a try.
Rinse Free Foam Acne Treatment: A couple pumps of this product does the job. This can be left on the skin to dry, or can be used as a facial wash. I prefer to first use my Laventine Cleansing Oil to remove my eye makeup and soften my face, then I put this on and rinse off afterwards. My skin is smooth and clean afterwards but not tight and dry. I feel this has helped control any acne problems I’ve been dealing with.
Skin Balancing Lotion: I have never had such a hydrating acne lotion for my skin. Normally if I use an acne control lotion, my skin gets really dried out and I have to constantly do hydrating masks and moisturizers while I use them. This is very nourishing and the scent is coconut which I love. I use this morning and night.
Targeted Spot Treatment- This is meant to work on existing blemishes. It comes in a rollerball applicator (pictured below) and you apply directly to the blemish. Since trying the Relogy skincare line, I have had one massive pimple, and I’ve been using this to treat it. Slowly, the swelling is going down, telling me that this is working.
One thing that I wish I could change about these products is the roller ball application for the targeted spot treatment. I feel like when you roll the ball on your face, you’re inviting bacteria to roll into the applicator.
I’ve thoroughly enjoyed using these products. For a $50 price point over the span of two months, it will cost you $25 per month to use these products. It’s not the cheapest out there but if you’re looking for good acne care, it’s worth a try.
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*I received these products for review by the company and was not compensated. The opinions represented here are honest and my own