Three completely different MyChelle products were reviewed by fantastic beauty bloggers this week:

Mademoiselle Nature ran a wonderfully thorough and in-depth review of our Ultra Hyaluronic Hydrating Serum. An especially popular product during these cold, dry winter months, this super-moisturizing serum is packed with nutritious ingredients.

34_UHHS_1oz_Bottle“The texture is really light yet still ensuring a good protection for mild weather. I did not need an extra layer of cream. I love the fact that the skin becomes extra smooth without leaving any greasy feeling on it. It is also perfectly suitable to use underneath a cream… without having ‘a big layer’ feeling on the skin.”

Click here to read the rest of the review, which goes on to detail the serum’s ingredients and their specific benefits. “… your skin will thank you!”

 

26_OFGC_1oz_BottleMeanwhile, Phyrra featured the Oil Free Grapefruit Cream in our Oily/Blemish Control line: “Lightweight hydration that nourishes breakout-prone skin without clogging pores. Nutrient-rich Sea Buckthorn promotes rapid healing of irritated skin. Naturally antibacterial Honey and Totarol™ help protect against blemishes as Salicylic Acid gently eliminates pore blockage. Antioxidant Rooibos calms irritation and promotes cell repair.”

 

mychelle-pumpkin-renew-creamAnd lastly, Jolene Hart of Beauty is Wellness recommended our ever-popular Pumpkin Renew Cream to “offset any hint of redness your skin might be carrying during the winter months.” As she puts it: “Pumpkin season may be over, but this cream is just hitting its stride – it makes a wonderful winter hydrator. It’s not a heavy cream formula (it has more of a lotion-y texture), but works well as a layer over your favorite facial oil if you’re in need of extra moisture (layering always helps when you’re dry in winter).

Click here to read more about her Winter Product Obsessions – and let us know what you think! Were any of your favorite MyChelle products featured in the news or blogosphere this week?

 

By Liana Orenstein