A New And Natural Moisturizer: Biossance

I was invited by Biossance to review their new moisturizer for skin and hair, The Revitalizer. I’d been hearing positive buzz about the company, and was delighted to accept. A special thanks to Biossance for sponsoring this post. The opinions of the product are 100% my own.

Biossance relies on moisturizers found in our own bodies, one of which is squalane. Their patented plant-derived emollient, Neossance Squalane “instantly hydrates, while locking in essential moisture, leaving your skin feeling nourished and noticeably revitalized.”

The Revitalizer can be used by all skin types/ages, and is dermatologist tested, paraben-free, non-comedogenic and hypoallergenic. That’s what I look for in my skin products these days.

The company reports promising results after clinical trials:

  • 93% of women agreed that their skin felt instantly hydrated
  • 95% of women agreed that their skin appeared softer and smoother after 1 week
  • 84% of women agreed that their skin felt revitalized after 2 weeks

I’ve been using the Revitalizer for about ten days, on my face, neck and hands. I use only a couple of drops for my face, and another couple for my neck and hands – especially my dry cuticles. I apply some to the dry ends of my hair, too, and it encourages the curls.

I’m delighted with the way the Revitalizer keeps my skin feeling moist, but not greasy. More like a subtle glow than a shine, and the moisture is long-lasting. I apply sunscreen over it, and feel comfortable going out without foundation or powder. And it’s nearly scent-free, a big plus for me.

Biossance plans a full launch on July 20th, but you can purchase it right now, through their website. And you can sign up to learn how you can receive a complimentary sample (US Residents Only). I think you’ll enjoy it, it’s simple and natural.

Stay fabulous,


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