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With the colder months right around the corner (yes, I can‘t believe it either), I am planning the best way to get my skin through winter while at the same time testing interesting new things to share with you – after all skincare reviews are among the posts that get the most traffic!
And as it takes me several weeks to properly test a product, now is the time to focus on the products that will be most beneficial for me come winter: The richer and soothing textures, the gentle formulas, the ones that act like a warm blanket for your skin. (More info: How to change your skincare routine for winter)
So what better time to try a brand that has been on my radar for the longest time: First Aid Beauty – with the beautiful acronym FAB.
Why First Aid Beauty?
Here is what the brands says about their philosophy:
First Aid Beauty (aka FAB) helps combat common skin challenges with feel-good solutions and head-to-toe essentials for all skin types, even sensitive. FAB’s scientifically-advanced, luxurious formulations deliver immediate relief and long-term results.
Many of their products are based around colloidal oatmeal (More info: The benefits of Colloidal Oat Meal for your skin), which is how I first stumbled upon the brand, and the products that aren‘t are still infused with other soothing substances like Allantoin or Panthenol and, if containing actives, do so at a lower percentage.
This is of course all based on looking at their website, so I might be greatly mistaken here, but from what I have gathered online, people really do like their offers.
About time I see for myself!
Products I have in my shopping cart
This is a list of all the products that caught my eye – obviously way too many to test them, I will get a selection for a start and see how I continue. And here is where I need your help: Is there anything on this list you advise me NOT to get? Or anything that I am missing that needs to be added? Please share your suggestions in the comments below!
Psst: If you click here, you will see a long-form list with a few explanations as to why I put the individual product on the list.
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