Beautycounter is amongst my favourite beauty brands (if you can't tell by all my reviews). And I have to say... their skincare is always on point! Today I'm sharing with you my review of their Beautycounter+ Plumping collection, a collection targeted for dry skins and formulated with peony and jasmine. As always, the brand uses safe ingredients, which I love! The set includes a facial oil, a facial mist, and a face mask. Product are sold together and separately. See here

I met Christy Coleman, the chief artist officer at Beautycounter (and celebrity makeup artist) last December and it reinforced my love for the brand. She was the most down-to-earth woman, talking about skincare and makeup with such a passion. She also explained the benefits of using clean products and the effects chemicals have on our system. 

No. 2 Plumping Facial Oil

My favourite product of the collection! This facial oil smells of jasmine and is made with a blend of 7 different oils. I love how moisturizing it is, it sinks in the skin in a beautiful way. Before going to bed, I like to massage it on my face and I wake up the next day with a glowy complexion. The product comes with a pipette, which makes the application so much easier. If you have to try only one product from Beautycounter, I suggest you try one of their face oil!

No. 2 Plumping Facial Mask

This face mask is made with kaolin clay, peony roots, and konjac roots. I used this product a few times so far, and it left my skin smooth, and deeply cleansed. I am usually reticent to use clay masks thinking my skin will feel dry afterwards, but this one was the complete opposite! And bonus points because it is a pink mask...

No. 2 Plumping Facial Mist

This will be my best ally in the summer... A face mist that you can use to refresh your face, prep your face before makeup or to set makeup. It smells incredible and leaves a dewy finish to the skin (my favourite kind of finish). And it is alcohol-free!

Beautycounter+ also includes a Balancing and a Brightening collection!

What product would you like to try from the collection?


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