I’m not one to fall for a hyped up product or pretty packaging. At least, not until I walked into Sephora a few weeks ago and discovered Boscia. What makes Boscia so different? Read on for all of my thoughts on their line!
Boscia products are worth every penny you spend on them. Currently I own three:
- Detoxifying Black Cleanser
- Tsubaki Cleansing Oil Gel
- Makeup Breakup Cool Cleansing Oil
Let’s start with the Makeup Breakup Cool Cleansing Oil. After a long day of wing liner and heavy contour, I found it difficult to fully remove all of my makeup. This in turn lead to bad break outs. Once I discovered this cleansing oil, my skin improved dramatically. Best of all, this stuff can move even the heaviest, most waterproof products from your face.
The Detoxifying Black Cleanser is a gel formula that heats up on contact. It helps to open up pores and cleanses gently. I find that this cleanser works best if I take a hot shower prior to use. That way, my pores are already open & ready to for the cleanser to do its thing. Overall, this cleanser leaves my skin feeling clean and refreshed.
I've had the Tsubaki Cleansing Oil-Gel in my collection for awhile, but just recently began testing it out. To be honest, I was afraid of applying oil on my already oily skin. This oil-gel formula helps remove makeup, while also protecting your skin’s natural moisture. As the final step in my skincare routine, I apply a small amount to my face and rinse it away with warm water. It leaves my skin feeling baby soft and smooth.
Since starting to use Boscia products, I find myself waking up with extremely soft and happy skin! This brand is worth all the hype– and then some!
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Fallon Thompson | Beauty Bartender
Fallon is the forgotten Disney princess with a love of glitter, adventure and entrepreneurship. By day she works in the real estate business and by night she's a lifestyle blogger, a professional photographer in the Kansas City area, and a promoter of healthier living through Advocare. Above all she is a child of the King, a dreamer of big dreams and refuses to ever really grow up.