I was recently contacted by Sibu Beauty and asked to review one of their products. I have never heard of this particular beauty company before, so I was very intrigued…not to mention that I am a complete product junkie! I love trying out new products and could spend hours inside Sephora and Ulta.
When I first glanced at the Sibu Beauty website, I immediately noticed they are a Fair Trade Company. They use organic products, and they respect maintaining our earth’s natural environment. At this day in age, this is HUGE.
Sibu Beauty also believes in Giving Back. In 2001, Sibu Beauty founder Bruce McMullin established the Tashi Foundation, a non-profit philanthropic organization designed to provide financial and resource support for the impoverished people of Tibet.
Sibu Beauty offered me the opportunity to review their Repair & Protect Daytime Facial Cream.
I was VERY excited to be able to test out this facial cream. Since having my thyroidectomy, my skin hasn’t been the same. It is much more dry. So, needless to say, I was practically squealing with delight to be able to try this out!
Made from the Himalayan sea buckthorn berry, the “beauty berry” contains over 190 bioactive compounds that restore, revitalize, and protect youthful beauty. What is really nice about this cream, is it’s for all skin types. Most creams are formulated for one specific skin type, whether it be normal, dry, oily, or combination. A lot of people don’t even know what skin type they have and wind up using the wrong cream. However, this facial cream eliminates the need to guess which skin type, and is formulated for ALL!
I really like this cream. It is not greasy one bit, and the scent is also very light and not overpowering in the least. Overall, I was very pleased with Repair & Protect and would certainly recommend it to anyone.
Sibu Beauty has very generously offered one of my readers the opportunity to win their very own Repair & Protect Daily Facial Cream!!
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