One month of the Juice Beauty Bamboo Pore Refining Mask

For the past four weeks I have used the Juice Beauty Pore Refining mask. The suggested use is two times a week so I decided Monday and Wednesday would be the days that I used the mask. It has been a very interesting experience. Before we get into how it performed and all the details, let’s take a look at the product page on the brand site.

NEW Clear and hydrate skin at the same time with our NEW Bamboo Pore Refining Mask. Help protect against ‘maskne’ with bamboo charcoal & kaolin clay to help detox; Aspen bark to help smooth & hydrate, and exfoliating polyhydroxy acids for a softer, smoother complexion.

Eco-values: With Certified Organic Ingredients to protect humans, animals and the planet.

Sustainable Packaging: Sustainable & recyclable glass jar. FSC Paper.

Full Ingredients: organic aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, organic glycerin*, cetearyl alcohol+, pyrus malus (organic apple) fruit juice*, helianthus annuus (organic sunflower) seed oil*, charcoal powder (bamboo)+, kaolin (clay), butyrospermum parkii (organic shea) butter*, sodium stearoyl lactylate+, phytic acid +, bentonite (clay) , tocopherol (Vitamin E)+, panthenol (Vitamin B5), copernicia cerifera (organic carnauba) wax*, sorbitan stearate+, lactic acid+, caprylhydroxamic acid+, populus tremuloides (aspen) bark extract+, salix alba (willow) bark extract+, allantoin, zinc gluconate, citrus limon (lemon) fruit extract+, glycolic acid, vaccinium myrtillus fruit extract+, saccharum officinarum (sugarcane) extract+, citric acid, citrus aurantium dulcis (orange) fruit extract+, citrus medica limonum (organic lemon) juice*, acer saccharum (sugar maple) extract+, tartaric acid (DL-), malic acid, salicylic acid, phenylethyl alcohol+, melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) leaf oil+, commiphora myrrha (myrrh) oil+, gluconolactone+, pelargonium graveolens (geranium) flower oil+, mentha piperita (peppermint) oil+, sodium hydroxide
* Certified organic ingredient
† Plant derived

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This mask is $36 (and I believe Juice Beauty has free shipping on orders over $30, if you are looking to order from the site)Opening the mask, it looks like a black clay mask. And because it is me and you know I sniff everything, I took a sniff. I can definitely smell the aloe, sunflower oil, charcoal and clay. There is also a hint of peppermint to the scent. It is actually quite a pleasant scent. It is earthy and slightly herbal. I really enjoyed it.

it smells nicer than it looks, but it will stain your washcloth

One of the reasons I chose this mask for a weekday trial was that it is a two minute mask. That’s right, it only needs two minutes on the skin to be left to do it’s thing. I’ll admit, I was skeptical about what the mask could accomplish in two minutes or if it was going to be so harsh that in two minutes I would have issues. I did a test patch and had no adverse reaction. Which sort of made me think it wasn’t going to do anything.

I was wrong.

But we’ll get to that.

The mask applies smoothly. There are no particulates in it. Nothing in this mask is a physical exfoliant. And on the skin it feels just like cool clay. there is no tingling, or burning or anything. It simply feels like a cool clay mask.

beginning of the month

What I found interesting is that unlike other clay masks, it doesn’t have the time to dry down. Two minutes doesn’t get it to the dried and hard to remove stage. This mask wiped off easily with a cloth (Although I would use a dedicated cloth as the charcoal has a tendency to stain the washcloth). After it was removed with a cloth I did have to rinse my face as my skin looked a little dirty from the left behind charcoal.

At first I didn’t think the mask did anything. A few hours later, I noticed that I had more raised bumps on my skin than I had that morning. I thought, well, maybe it is doing something. The next day I used an exfoliator (I actually used a couple different ones while using this mask, but I stuck to gentle exfoliators wince I was using them more than usual). Then Wednesday arrived and i used the mask for another two minute session. A few hours later a few more bumps appeared and then I used an exfoliator the following day.

End of the month, I know there doesn’t seem to be much difference but the texture especially in my high clog areas is greatly improved.

It was a very interesting process. There were a couple of times where I used the mask and nothing came up and there were a few uses where clogged pores were brought to the surface as though someone called a mass evacuation of my skin. They never became full blown blemishes though in most cases, because I used exfoliators and a peel off mask (the Neo Gen Foaming Peel off mask was fantastic during this process. The link will take you to my full review).

I did notice during this trial there tended to be about one day a week where I just didn’t want to bother with makeup. I generally used a day where i didn’t have to see anyone to take that Makeup free day, but with the clearing and exfoliation I think my skin just needed some extra time to breathe.

Most of this mask was used up in this month’s trial. There is still some left so I could probably do about two more weeks of the trial (so about seven-ish weeks of product in total in the jar if used twice a week every week). However I now know how this mask works with my skin. I think that i would not use it twice a week, unless I was doing a deep down pore cleanse. Mostly because I think it is a waste of product. While this mask did being up the clogged pores, it tend to bring them up in the areas where i generally have clogged pores.

There were a few extras here and there, but it was mostly in the areas i expect to get clogged pores. I think that using this as a full mask a week before a big event where you can draw out clogged pores and clear them away so you have fabulous skin for the event is a good idea (just give yourself time to clear away what the mask raises). I think a better use of this mask is to spot treat the areas where you know clogged pores tend to be. Personally I always get them along the lower curve of my orbital bone so a spot treatment makes me look like I am gearing up to play football, but its a too minute looks so I can take it. Especially if i can clear out the clogged pores.

For the skin that doesn’t tend to have clogged pores, it made the skin soft and feel very clean, but I have dozens of masks that do that equally well. This is a mask that brings clogs to the surface so they can be cleared away. That is it’s strength and I think a spot use is the way to go. In addition remember that as it brings clogs to the surface, you are going to have to clear them away, so in that sense it is a mask that temporarily makes your skin look bad. So plan accordingly. Use it a few days before a big event, not the day of. And definitely use a cloth that you don’t mind getting a little charcoal stained. It isn’t a major staining and part of mine might have been from so much concentrated use, but after the cloth came out of the wash there was some discoloration. Don’t use the good washcloths for this.

Would I purchase this mask again? Yes. I think it is a great mask to have in my skincare arsenal. It works well and it works quickly. And I think that if it is deployed in the areas most in need of pore clearing instead of all over the face, this jar will last for quite some time. In my book, this Juice Beauty Bamboo Pore Refining Mask was a winner.

A little Refinement for the Friday Face Mask

For those who have been following along this week, you might have heard me mention that I am starting a four week long Face Mask trial. While I love trying out all sorts of new face masks and I love using them for a variety of skin concerns and wellbeing situations (because let’s face it sometimes you just need to give yourself a fifteen minute time out before your brain explodes), they are skincare items and many of them are supposed to show skin progress through repeated use.

I must confess I am very guilty of bouncing from mask to mask based on the skin concern of the moment or merely because something is new. In December I used Sheet masks throughout the week in order to dwindle my stock pile and on Fridays I used up a lot of my open masks, you know the ones that had only a few uses left but were so good that I didn’t actually want to use up the last bit of it. I don’t know why I do that. It is like I just don’t want to say good bye. Even though I know I can repurchase. I think part of it was that I kept telling myself I couldn’t buy masks until I used up and cleared out several from the drawer so i knew I wasn’t going to be repurchasing them right away.

It is a habit I am trying to break in the new year. Mostly because those last little bits of the mask I loved so much can in fact go bad and become unusable all while taking up space in a relatively small masking drawer.

before mask, front view

However as I started using up masks to clear out space, several new masks arrived in subscription boxes. So I have several new masks I really want to try out. While Fridays are going to be a mix of using existing products and trying out new ones, I am going to try and pick one product to focus on for the month so that I can see if there are any noticeable longer term results from the mask. This was week one for the Juice Beauty Bamboo Pore Refining Mask. Plus I figure if I post the before pictures here at the beginning of the trial then there will still be a copy of them even if I do something boneheaded like clear my photofile.

I chose this for a couple of reasons. First, while I usually love Juice Beauty products, I recently tried out a moisturizer that my skin did not react well with and that I honestly hated more than any moisturizer I’ve tried in the past five years. And I felt kind of guilty because it is a brand that I generally enjoy. The second reason is that over the holidays, I tried a one time sample of this and loved it. (a friend picked up a new sample and we had a face mask moment in the midst of holiday chaos.) It is actually in my notebook of products to pick up with a big star next to it.

Before mask, side view (a lot of my clogged pores occur along the lower curve of my orbital bone so I wanted to have a good pic of the area as this is where i want the most improvement)

The third reason is that it is a two minute mask.

A two minute mask means that on Mondays and Wednesdays, when I know I am going to not have to see anyone in the afternoon and don’t need a face of makeup, I can take lunch, remove my makeup, apply the mask, make my sandwich, remove the mask and then eat lunch, all without taking a huge chunk of time out of my schedule. Two minutes is a perfect weekday masking length.

And yes my darlings, I know today is Friday, but as it is the first week of the mask I wanted to go over my initial impressions (plus today I am making bacon blue cheese bread during the day for our happy hour treat tonight so I was going to save my Friday mask for after dinner tonight since masking and running to and from the oven aren’t really great mixes.

Mask on and thoughts of a career as a bankrobber dance through my head

So what does the Juice Beauty Bamboo Pore Refining mask do?

Clear and hydrate skin at the same time with our NEW Bamboo Pore Refining Mask. Help protect against ‘maskne’ with bamboo charcoal & kaolin clay to help detox; Aspen bark to help smooth & hydrate, and exfoliating polyhydroxy acids for a softer, smoother complexion.

Eco-values: With Certified Organic Ingredients to protect humans, animals and the planet.

Sustainable Packaging: Sustainable & recyclable glass jar. FSC Paper.

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Clay and charcoal are always good things in my face mask products list and truth be told my area has very rapidly rising infection rates at the moment (on top of seasonal colds) and the face masks are back to being worn more diligently. I’ll admit there was a moment for a while where it looked like they could be eased out of use, but that moment passed. At least in my area.

So maskne too has returned. For me it is the rise of clogged pores, so there are no surface blemishes but I can feel the little bumps under the skin. So I’m hoping this mask will come in handy. It also means that Friday masks may end up focusing on brightening and other non-pore clearing things for a while. I actually have an Aceology mask I have been waiting to try out that is high on my list of new to me masks to try. I actually want to try out their Ice globe facial massagers but that is more for my skincare tools list than the masks.

But on to the first use of the Juice Beauty Bamboo Pore Refining Mask. As you can see in the above photos, the charcoal makes this mask black. There is a vague charcoal scent to it, but it is very much a back note. The scent of the mask is light and easily fades but I get more of plant like scent to it that I think might be from the aspen bark. The scent is light and fades quickly so the scent isn’t much of an issue if you are scent sensitive, but it is a pleasant scent while it lasts and I think it is from the Aspen.

After two minutes the only difference is where I felt an itch and scratched my face,

I expected from the description that the mask would have exfoliating particles in it, but it doesn’t It is simply a smooth clay like mask. It is lighter in feel than many clay masks I’ve tried.

When on the skin there was the feeling of coolness but I did not detect any tingling sensations. I always suspect masks with shorter wear times to tingle more as though they were super charged, but there was no tingling.

post mask, not a lot of change but i feel clean and refreshed,

Because of the Kaolin Clay I expected the mask to have to be scrubbed off like a mud mask, or maybe crumbled off. Because this one only sits for two minutes it was still wet when i went to remove it. Which made it super easy to remove. I am also glad I have the Glov mask removing cloth. It is already stained from another charcoal mask and using it kept me from staining my washcloth. And yes, before I included the Glov cloth in my routine I did have one wash cloth I just used for masks. The washcloth works well, just choose one for masks and use it, that way if a mask stains it, there is less of a concern.

The mask was easy to remove with a damp wash cloth and when it was gone, I rinsed out the cloth, hung it to dry and splashed a little clean water on my face to remove the last of the residue before patting my face dry.

Was there a lot of change after a first use? No. My skin did feel soft and hydrated. There was no issue with the mask being too intense for my skin and quite honestly my skin felt clean and refreshed. The next morning however I could see that some of my deeper clogged pores were moving closer to the surface. I think that this is a mask that will help bring those clogged pores up with repeated use. As I am gaining more and more clogged pores from wearing the mask again, it will be interesting to see how this Juice Beauty Bamboo Pore Refining Mask performs in the next three weeks. My hope is that it will bring the clogged pores to the surface so they can be cleared away and hopefully prevent other pores from clogging. But only time will tell how effective that will end up being. For a first use however, it was quite positive.

The weather has turned cold and skincare is all bundled up…

Tis the season where joy and giving abound. As do stress and dry skin. At least in my house. Of course it is luckily also the season where skincare sets, bundles, kits and even advent calendars appear like daisies in the snow. The Advent Calendars I will mention another time, but here are some holiday bundles and kits to keep an eye out for. While this is by no means an exhaustive list, here are a few that caught my eye. A couple are going on my gifts to purchase for friends and family and others are going on my personal wish list. So here are five brands to get you started with your holiday shopping.

Let’s start with ESPA. First off they have a Hidden Treasures Advent Calendar ($242) out this year (more about that on the advent calendar post). They also have the Jewels of Nature ($300) or Gems of Modern Alchemy ($270). The Gems and Jewels collections have fewer items, but they appear to all be full size while the Hidden Treasures is a mix of predominantly deluxe samples with a few full size items (i believe) included. The prices I have here are the ones listed on the ESPA website. I believe these are the dollar values as it is the US site, but there are also euros listed so you might want to double check the prices before ordering.

If you have dry and sensitive skin then the Nuxe Reve de Miel Nourishing travel set ($25) might be something you want to look into. It contains four essential products from the Rêve de Miel range: Rêve de Miel Deliciously Nourishing Body Scrub 30 ml, Rêve de Miel Face and Body Ultra-Rich Cleansing Gel 30 ml, Rêve de Miel Ultra-Comforting Face Balm 15 ml, and the Rêve de Miel® Melting Honey Body Oil Balm 30 ml.

Nuxe also has what they call the Pink Set ($35) It includes the Huile Prodigieuse Florale Oil 50ml, Insta Masque Exfoliating Mask 15ml, Prodigieuse Boost Multi-Corrective Gel Cream 15ml and the Very Rose Cleansing Water for Sensitive Skin 40ml. This set is actually on my list. All of the masks from the Insta-masque line I have enjoyed using and I really enjoyed the Prodigueuse gel cream as well. It was light weight and super luxe on the skin. This Pink set is rose scented, but it is the French Rose skincare type of scent rather than the in your face knock me down with intense florals. If that makes sense. The products I tried are rosy but it is more of a ‘fresh roses are located somewhere near this fresh creamy moisturizer’. I personally really enjoyed it. Which is probably why this set is on my wish list.

Nuxe has a men’s skincare duo as well this year. It is the Men’s Essentials Duo ($45). If you are a man who enjoys skincare or are shopping for skincare for a man, this is a good duo to check out. It has the Men’s Multi-use Shower Gel 200ml and the Men’s Moisturising Multi-Purpose Gel 50ml. Personally I can get my babydoll to use something called a multipurpose gel better than I can get him to use a moisturizer. I’m actually looking at this one as a stocking stuffer for him. He’s tried the shower gel and likes the scent. I think it is nice as well. It is kind of spicy and kind of woodsy and a little classy.

Peter Thomas Roth is the place to look for masking bundles and sets.If you just want to try a bunch of masks, or have a mask lover on your shopping list, there is a Masking Minis kit ($19) hat contains five of their best selling masks. The cucumber mask is excellent on dry or irritated skin and their Pumpkin Enzyme mask is fantastic if you want a quick skin refresh. It is the one mask I will repeatedly buy from PTR. (I also adore the Hungarian Thermal Water Moisturizer, but that is a different post). If you know that you or the person you are buying gifts for loves PTR Masks, then the Mask-a-holic Gift set features five full sized masks ($75). There is a PTR sale November 4th-5th (link below) if you are looking to shop pre black Friday/cyber Monday. There will be additional sales then of course, but if you are like me you kind of like to pick up your gifts a bit on the early side.

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I’m not entirely certain this is a holiday kit, but I saw the kit and had to include it. It is the Juice Beauty Anti- wrinkle Solutions Kit. It is a trio of products: STEM CELLULAR™ Anti-Wrinkle Booster Serum 0.5 fl oz, STEM CELLULAR™ Anti-Wrinkle Moisturizer 0.5 fl oz, and the STEM CELLULAR™ Anti-Wrinkle Eye Treatment 0.25 fl oz. I’ve used the eye treatment and the serum from this trio and they were both very good, the eye treatment especially. Even though it may not be a holiday bundle it is currently vey much reduced in price. Usually it is $106 but currently it is liste for $52It is one of those kits that is well worth looking into.

Receive a Free BC, Bamboo Mask, 15ml, with any purchase​ at! No code neeeded. Offer ends 11/7/2021.

And last on this list, but certainly not least is Elemis. The Elemis Advent Calendar is always a great way to try a variety of different products and always makes my List of Advent Calendars I want as soon as they go on sale. Which it is currently on sale. However they also have a variety of bundles out right now, All of which are well worth looking into. The also have a free 6 piece head to toe travel kit for any purchase of $125 or more (just use the code GETAWAY at checkout. They have the Glow Getter’s Duo ($68) which comes with an adorable travel bag. There is the Best of Elemis Mini Set ($65) and the Procollagen Essentials set ($199 – all full sized items). If looking for cleansing balms they have a trio of different cleansing balms ($70, again all full size. I adore their cleansing balms). There is the Age Defying Best Sellars Kit ($225) and the Hydrating Day and Night Duo ($195).

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To be honest the Elemis Site is chock a block full of sets and bundles and gifts, some full sized and some trial sized. There are several online only exclusives that are also well worth checking out. I could easily go on for several paragraphs just listing the Items so I will stop here and just pride you with links to the site. If you like Elemis or want to try out the brand, now is most definitely the time to do so.

So my darlings, those are just a few of the multitude of bundles starting to emerge. Thee will be more in skincare, as well as haircare, body care and makeup. I’ll try to post them as I become aware of them, but hopefully this list of some of my favorites will help you get started in planning your holiday shopping.


Juice Beauty Review

Juice Beauty Stem Cellular Anti-Wrinkle Booster Serum and Eye Treatment

This month I have been using two products from Juice Beauty and as they are both from the same product line (Stem Cellular Anti-wrinkle) I thought I would not only use them together, but review them together.  The two products I have been using are the Stem Cellular Anti-wrinkle Booster Serum and the Stem Cellular Anti-wrinkle Eye Treatment. As those are both really long names I will probably just call one Serum and the other Eye cream throughout this post.

My trial of both of these products ran twenty-two days instead of my standard two week trial. At the start of the trial the Serum weighed in at 4.47 ounces. The package contains 1 ounce of product so 3.47 ounces of that is packaging. The eye cream which has 0.5 ounces of product weighed in at 1.82 ounces with a package weight of 1.32 ounces.

The packaging is interesting.  The containers do well in keeping the product from the light and air which I really like as it lessens the chance that they will spoil before I can use them up. I don’t like the fact that you can’t tell how much product is left in the containers though.  Once I start getting low on a product, especially when it is skin care related, I like to make sure I have a replacement ready to go. I’m not entirely sure how you would fix that though.  The same feature that I like for the fact that it keeps out the air and light is also what keeps me from seeing how much is left.  It’s just sort of shrug it off and do the math for estimates sort of situation.

applicator nozzle from the eye cream

When I got the serum I was worried about the relatively small nozzle getting clogged.  I have to say that has not been an issue at all.  It has worked perfectly.  With the eye cream I was intrigued by the applicator.  I like the pump to release the cream and I like that I can apply it with the applicator, but the plastic is simply too hard for use on the skin under my eyes.  It works great on the fine lines on the side of my eyes, I just don’t like it on the under eye area.  Otherwise it too is a nice feature.  It dispenses just enough product so there is little waste and remained operational without jamming or having other malfunctions.  Overall I am happy with the packaging and I liked not having to dip my fingers into the jar of eye cream.

At the end of my trial I weighed the products again to see how much remained.  In this case it was actually a necessity as I had no idea how much product was left in the jar and could do no estimations based on sight.  At the end of the trial the serum container weighed 3.5 ounces. Given that the packaging weighed 3.47 ounces only 0.03 ounces of product remain in the container.  This isn’t much of a surprise as this morning when I went to apply it, the product squirted out in a not so steady stream, sputtering as it went from bottle to hand.  I am pretty sure it will soon be empty.  As yesterday was day twenty-two and I’m pretty sure I will have enough for tonight but not much past, I will say this product lasts about twenty-three  days for me. So a little less than a month.  With an $80 retail price tag that makes it $3.47 per day.

I also weighed the eye cream in at the end of the trial and it now weighs 1.5 ounces. Subtracting the package weight of 1.32 ounces and there is 0.18 ounces left of the eye cream. Given the math, I have about twelve days left of use in this product so it should last about 34 days in total.  As it has a retail price of $50, that ends up being about $1.47 per day for this eye cream.

But it is not all about packaging, volume, duration and pricing.  The most important part is the product itself. After all a product is only worth it if it lives up to it’s claims. So first the Serum.

 On the Juice Beauty website the STEM CELLULAR ANTI-WRINKLE BOOSTER SERUM claims to…

Reduce the appearance of wrinkles with this ultra-light gel serum. Power packed with an optimum dose of our proprietary blend of fruit stem cells infused into a Vitamin C, resveratrol-rich grapeseed formula to help boost and enhance skin tone and texture. Juice Beauty’s STEM CELLULAR™ Anti-Wrinkle Booster Serum is ideal for all skin types and especially beneficial for skin showing the signs of aging.

Formulated to maximize the performance of the STEM CELLULAR™ Anti-Wrinkle Moisturizers by preparing the skin to absorb rich antioxidants.  A proprietary blend of fruit stem cells and Vitamin C infused into organic resveratrol-rich juices can improve the appearance of skin tone and luminosity. Hydrates and moisturizes skin with organic antioxidant-rich jojoba and shea. Provides essential fatty acid emollients and powerful antioxidant action with evening primrose, linseed & borage seed. Plant-derived hyaluronic acid provides plumping moisture to skin.

I will say it is an ultra-light gel consistency. While I don’t mind that, it does take a little while for it to absorb into the skin.  I generally found that I had to apply it and then postpone the rest of my morning routine while I went to make coffee and do a couple of other things.  While I know you are supposed to let serums sink in before putting moisturizer on over them, this one did seem to take an extra little while to settle.  It isn’t a deal breaker but it is something to watch if you are trying to get out of the house in a hurry in the morning.

I like that it has vitamin C in it as my skin usually reacts well to it and I appreciate that it is cruelty free and free of a whole slate of things I don’t really like. I wouldn’t say it made my skin luminous but it did make my skin feel soft and smooth.  It is a good serum and if it came my way, I would use it again, however I will not actively seek it out.  There are a couple of products that I sort of stalk and as soon as they are offered on sale, I pounce like a bargain seeking Ninja. This is not one of them. I like it, but it is not in my top tier of products. Perhaps I would feel better about it if I hadn’t just used a really good serum, but I still found it to be just okay. I will use it until it is gone though (which will probably be tomorrow morning).

On to the eye cream.

On the website the STEM CELLULAR ANTI-WRINKLE EYE TREATMENT has a similar description to the serum (it is from the same line after all) and it claims to be…

A proprietary blend of fruit stem cells and Vitamin C infused into certified organic, antioxidant-rich botanical juices works to reduce the appearance of fine lines around the eyes and minimize the appearance of dark circles. Juice Beauty’s STEM CELLULAR™ Anti-Wrinkle Eye Treatment is designed for all skin types and especially beneficial for skin showing the signs of aging. It delivers rich hydration around the eye area with organic antioxidant-rich jojoba and shea. Visibly reduces the appearance of under eye dark circles with organic essential fatty acids of evening primrose, borage & linseed. Delivers nutrients and vitamins around the eye area with Vitamins C, E & B5.

It too is cruelty free and without a bunch of ingredients I don’t like. And I am starting to get those fine lines around my eyes. While dark circles aren’t really one of my problems, I have to say I did like this eye cream.  While it didn’t erase the lines (which I think is an impossibility and not something I should expect) the formula of the cream worked well with my skin.  It sunk in quickly and made my skin feel soft and hydrated.  Even though it has a very similar product list to the serum, it is a ream rather than a gel consistency and I think that might be why I had less of an issue with absorption.

While I have no way to test whether I absorbed vitamins with the cream, I did enjoy using it and will finish the bottle.  I may have to set it to the side while I run a trial on the QMS eye cream but I will return and use the remaining product.  In addition I think I will put this on my ‘to stalk’ list as it is one of the better eye creams I have come across lately. I would not only use it again if I came across it, I would actually go out and purchase it.  And truth be told, I might not actually wait for a sale to do so. It gets two thumbs up and a claim that it is in fact worth the price.

So there you have it.  My take on two products from Juice Beauty. Both are good, but only one would I actively try to re purchase.

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