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June 02, 2014

Tula 7 Days to Balanced Skin

I am always looking for the next great product to use on my face and skin to keep my skin bright and healthy, so I was thrilled to take the Tula 7 Day Challenge. What is Tula? Tula is the Sanskrit word for balance. The concept of the line is that we need to take care of our insides to look good on the outside; and that feeling beautiful on the outside can improve how we feel on the inside. The line specifically incorporates a patented Probiotic Technology, which is quite unusual in skin care products. Recent studies have showed that the topical use of probiotics stimulates skin's protective mechanism, improves moisture and the balance of the “good” bacteria on the skin’s surface, guards against acne and UV-induced damage and boosts skin's elasticity and collagen production. Products will be sold exclusively on QVC (launch date – spring 2014).

Sometimes I'm a skeptic when it comes for facial products. I tried Arbonne awhile back and it made my skin break out, so I am always worried that this will happen with new products, but with Tula it did not. In fact, it did the opposite. I was having a low-grade break out when I started using the Tula products, and within a week, my skin seemed clearer and brighter. I also liked the fact that the products didn't have a medicinal odor like some facial cleansers tend to have. I used their Purifying Face Cleanser, Illuminating Face Serum, Revitalizing Eye Cream & Hydrating Day & Night Cream. I really liked using these products and the results. 

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Many thanks to Tula for the samples, but the opinions expressed here are solely my own!

1 comment:

  1. Hmmm, very interesting. I'll have to check this out!


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