First Impressions with TULA Skincare

Hi Everyone!

Today, I’m reviewing products that I ordered from TULA skincare. I had been seeing TULA products all over Instagram and wanted to give them a try. The products are cruelty-free and they are formulated with probiotics. Now, I’m not a scientist and all I really know about probiotics is that it’s sometimes in yogurt and cheese. I know that it provides health benefits and help with digestive problems.

I purchased the Discovery Kit to start out. The products are all travel-sized and meant to last about a month. I also decided to buy the Acne Clearing + Tone Correcting Gel as well.

Since I had 5 new products, I wanted to ease into using it just in case I had a reaction. I started with the Purifying Cleanser, two weeks later, I started the Illuminating Face Serum, Acne Clearing + Tone Correcting Gel. A few days later, I started the Pro-Glycolic Resurfacing Gel and then a week after that, I started the Hydrating Day & Night Cream.

Originally, I was using just the Tula products, but since I started using the Hydrating Day & Night Cream last, my face still felt fairly dry. So, I incorporated a few drops of the Tarte Maracuja Oil to the routine.

For the Face Serum, Acne Gel and Resurfacing Gel, I use 1 pump for each application and just a dab of the Day & Night Cream. I used all products every day (AM & PM) until I finished them. They all lasted a little over a month.

When I started using the products, I had a cluster of dark spots from clogged pores on my cheek. After I finished 3/5 of the products, the dark spots were almost gone. My NARS Soft Matte Complete Concealer used to be unable to cover them, but now, my foundation can conceal what’s left. I don’t know if it was a result of the serum or the acne gel, but I was very impressed. I expected that I’d have the dark spots for months until they faded.

Purifying Face Cleanser $35

This refreshing probiotic gel cleanser goes deep into pores to remove impurities and helps condition skin, without stripping or over-drying.

RATING: 4.5/5

Hydrating Day & Night Cream $65

Delivers deep hydration to help revive dull skin. This nourishing cream, full of naturally derived probiotics and superfoods, reveals an even, glowing, youthful-looking complexion. 

RATING: 4.5/5

Pro-Glycolic 10% pH Resurfacing Gel $42

This alcohol-free toner uses probiotics, glycolic acid, and beetroot extract to gently exfoliate the skin, leaving it looking smooth, hydrated and more even.

RATING: 5/5

Illuminating Face Serum $98

This lightweight serum expertly targets the appearance of dark spots, hyperpigmentation and dull skin, revealing a youthful glow and brightened complexion.

RATING: 5/5

Acne Clearing + Tone Correcting Gel $36

Clear skin, zero irritation. Our acne gel contains 2% salicylic acid to clear up acne, prevent breakouts & brighten marks left by past acne.

RATING: 5/5

I think out of all the products, the Hydrating Day & Night Cream is my least fave. Even though the texture is actually quite light, I think it’s a bit heavy for my skin. I also don’t love creams that come in pots; I would prefer a tube or bottle with a pump. I am going to try their gel creams to replace it.

I’ve finished all of the products from the Discovery Kit. I’ve reordered the Illuminating Face Serum and I also bought the Kefir Replenishing Cleansing Oil, Anti-Aging Discovery Kit. I want to slowly try all of the products that interest me. I didn’t repurchase the Pro-Glycolic 10% Resurfacing Gel because I still have 2/3 of my Pixi Glow Tonic left. Once I finish that, I will buy the Resurfacing Gel.

Once I’ve tried out the new products, I will write a new review.

Have you tried TULA yet?

Love,

jen

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