Monday, April 7, 2014

Freya Skincare Review

I recently was given the opportunity to review Freya Skincare Arctic Water  for free in exchange for my 100% honest and unbiased opinion on their product.

As we all get older we are always looking for a great product to help keep our skin healthy and clean.

Freya Skincare Artic Water is just the type of cleaner that you will love.

OK so I am 38 years old and have been having issues with my skin about the last 5 years with it being really oily and breaking out too. I have tried several different products over the years with some of them working at first then they just stopped. So when I was given the opportunity to try out Freya Skincare Arctic Water I said what the heck lets try this one. My first thought was how exactly is a Arctic Water going to clean my skin?

Well her let me explain to you exactly what Freya Skincare Arctic Water is:

Using our proprietary LEXA complex and the purest forms of Omega-3 acids protected, for the first time, from degradation by a unique process called nanoencapsulation, FREYA products have been shown to increase collagen production by over 500%.
Company Overview
Harnessing over 30 years of skincare research and cutting-edge stem cell technology, the FREYA philosophy combines advanced scientific knowledge with the unmatched purity of ingredients found in the pristine arctic climate of Scandinavia. The result: a uniquely formulated skincare line clinically proven to drastically reduce the signs of aging, rebuilding the skin’s delicate tissue and increasing skin vitality, suppleness, tone, and texture.
We have  spent years of intensive development with the best scientists on the planet perfecting our LEXA™ complex. We only work with the most pioneering researchers and biotechnology labs to guarantee the authenticity of our products. At Freya we're proud of our products and proud to lead the industry, working harder than ever to capture the purity of nature for your skin.
“A beauty secret passed down through generations, Scandinavian girls are taught by their mothers to cleanse their faces only with ice cold water several times a day, which re-energizes skin and encourages blood flow. We’ve developed our Freya Arctic Cleansing Water to mimic the rejuvenating effects of this tradition with the necessary functional effects of an ultra-gentle cleanser, leaving your skin beautifully clean and refreshed, without drying it out. Arctic Antioxidants provide extra protection for your skin.”
 Product Benefits: Rejuvenate your skin, leaving it youthfully clean and refreshed, without drying it out. Our proprietary blend of Arctic Antioxidants, sea salts and minerals protect and re-energize the skin while providing calming, cleansing moisture.
Ingredients: Water (Aqua/EAU), Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Butylene Glycol, Babassuamidopropyl Betaine, PEG-6, Glycerin, Sodium Hyaluronate, Centaurea Cyanus Flower Extract, Cucumis Sativus (cucumber) Fruit Extract, Matricaria (chomomillia recutita) Extract, Rubus Idaeus (raspberry) Leaf Extract, Sea Salt (sel marin), Sucrose, Caffeine, Allantoin, Hydrolyzed Furcellarant, Urea, Citric Acid, Disodium EDTA, Phenoxyethanol.

 Back in December I had purchased a bottle of Clinique Cleanser from Macy's to clean my skin and remove my make-up. I had used it in the past and figured I would give it another try and I really like how it was working but I have to say that when I received the Freya Skincare Arctic Water I fell in ♥. My skin did not feel oily afterwards, tight from a over dry feeling but the best part was how clean my face felt. After a couple weeks of use my skin started to look better. I could also tell how healthy my face was looking too. I even caught my husband using it one night.

Freya Skincare Arctic Water is $45.00 for 6.8 oz and can be purchased by clicking HERE

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