Sircuit Skin provided the Seven Essentials Collection for review. How much did I love the products? Enough to purchase what products I finished!
Sircuit Skin’s Collection are formulas that are specifically designed to maintain your skin’s moisture balance. Why is that important? Maximum skin protection adds up to a vibrant and “youthful” appearance!
Sircuit Skin Formulation
Of course, this would not be reviewed if it were not cruelty free. In addition, all the products are formulated without the use of parabens, fillers, artificial colors, or artificial fragrances.
As you will see from the photo below (click on it to enlarge), after the first week of testing here are some facts:
Finished: Sir Activ, which is a deep cleansing scrub that left my skin feeling very soft. I loved the smell (essence of cranberry and apple botanicals).
Day Care is a protective day moisturizer that quickly absorbed into my skin; I also liked the soft vanilla scent.
X-Trap- wrote about this super cleanser in a previous post.
Almost finished: Cloud 9, which has a very fluffy texture, and is very moisturizing. Just a small amount is needed, and this was used during my pm routine.
Molecular Mist, (which I describe later in the post).
During testing, I placed an order to purchase another X-Trap™ and Day Care so I wouldn’t run out!
What did I loved about the Collection? Of the seven products pictured, 6 of them I had not tried before. (I’ve now purchased the full-size X-Trap twice since blogging about the company’s product). The price of the Collection is $68 and I believe that it’s a great way to sample the best selling products (as determined by Sircuit Skin) and determine the products that suit your skin the best.
While Sircuit Skin writes that samples will last a week, some of them had plenty of product left, well into the second week!
For example, one needs to use so little of these products that I had enough going into week two: Molecular Mist™, White Out and Sircuit Addict
How did that happen since we all know that there are companies that will claim something will last for a certain period of time and you know there’s no way that they calculated it in the customer’s favor?!
Molecular Mist is hydrating moisture care. Unless you have a very heavy spritzing hand, you’re just supposed to gently mist over your face and neck (avoid contact with your eyes). Press into your skin and let dry. Now, granted you could also be using quite a bit if as this can be used after cleansing, or as needed to refresh or restore your moisture balance.
White Out is daily under eye care that specifically states to “put a tiny amount onto your finger around the eye area.” (Detailed directions on the box). It’s a rich moisturizer, and I only need a “tiny” amount.
Sircuit Addict is a firming anti-aging serum. This is only to be used as part of your pm routine, and it states to dispense with dropper a pea size amount, avoiding the eye area. In addition, this is supposed to be slowly introduced into your routine.
Connect with Sircuit Skin: Website: http://www.sircuitskin.com
Sircuit Skin encourages you to take advantage of their offer for a free personalized skin consultation (888-661-4544). They are located in California.
I highly recommend Sircuit Skin products. As you have read, I’m a customer!
Disclosure: The Seven Essentials Collection was sent for review. I purchased other items mentioned in the post. All links are for your convenience only!
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