Mad Hippie Skincare
I came across Mad Hippie skincare over Instagram. Their cute packaging and simple ingredients drew me to their products. I was waiting to be done with my face cleanser because their cream cleanser sounded too good to be true. The brand was so affordable that I decided to pick up a couple of other items.
This product claims to "minimize the appearance of wrinkles and discoloration and reveal softer, younger looking skin". I use this twice a day, morning and night. I'm always skeptical with eye creams because I feel that you can't reverse lines. However, when I use this my undereye concealer goes on much more smooth and doesn't crease into lines. I think it is hydrating enough without irritating the skin around my eyes which is very sensitive.
I have been on the hunt for a natural SPF. I did my time in tanning beds and regret it now as I have some sunspots and damage to my skin. This natural SPF provides full spectrum (UVA/UVB) protection. The key ingredient is zinc oxide and red raspberry seed oil. Zinc oxide provides a natural way for protection and the red raspberry seed oil reduces photoaging; premature aging of the skin caused by UV rays.
Since I have sensitive skin, I have to be very careful with the cleansers I use. They can't be too strong or I will break out in bumps. I love my Cetaphil facial cleanser that I got prescribed back in high school however I wanted something more natural. The Mad Hippie Cream Cleanser is a gentle, balancing that removes makeup and cleanses the skin while moisturizing it. My skin doesn't feel stripped or dry but somehow feels clean and balanced. I love this stuff and the price tag on it!
Overall, I am super impressed with this brand. Their products are natural and super affordable. Most natural brands I have found are very pricey and hard to swallow to justify and spend that much. As a person who likes a good bargain but also wants to start becoming more natural with her beauty routine, this brand is perfect! I want to try their oils next as y'all know I love to use oils in my skincare.
Are you on the natural, green beauty train? If so, tell me your favorite brands that I should try out!