Alright ya'll it's finally time to speak my truth about Tula Skincare. I'm sure you've heard about it before, basically every influencer seems to plug it on Instagram. Well, I set out to purchase the line myself so I could really see if it's worth the hype. I wanted to give it a fair shot on my own regardless of how many times I was told it was great. I started with the anti-aging travel set. This way I could do about a month trial without investing a ton of money in case I hated it. I think the set was around $50 and I used a coupon as well. When my Tula set arrived it was missing an item, such a total bummer for my first impression. But I did email customer service and let them know and they shipped a replacement including EXTRA right out for me, so in my eyes that made up for the slight mishap. So anyways first impressions, everything felt really good on my skin but I hated the smell of the cleanser and the firming serum. But guess what? After 30 days using the product I can tell you that without a doubt I LOVE Tula. I already re-purchased the cult classic cleanser (yup even with a yucky smell @tula can we fix this?) and I also re-purchased the 24-7 moisture hydrating day & night cream. I cannot wait to continue to add more products to my collection over time and try new things. I still have some of the other goodies in my trial kit that haven't ran out yet.
In addition to the Tula skincare, I do also use a couple other products in my daily skincare. I use the Beautycounter oils, oh my gosh they are amazing. If you need a Beautycounter dealer, lemme know I can hook you up with my girl. The other thing I use is the Murad Rapid Collagen Infusion. Also, FYI I only wash my face once a day and always at night-time before bed. Did you know washing your face in the morning can strip your natural PH of your skin which can do more harm than good? I have overall dry skin, I do get occasional acne but overall my skin is really good to me. I do get something called "milia" it's when sebum gets locked up under your skin and creates small raised bumps. In order to remove them I use a lancet to get them out, I only recommend doing this is you are trained since it could ruin your skin if not done correctly. I learned how to properly do this in esthetics school. The milia typically occurs where my sunglasses lay on my face, luckily I am able to take care of it on my own. If you have this I recommend getting monthly facials to remove them correctly and safely.
Anyways, if you want to try Tula let me know and I can give you a referral link. I guarantee you will be hooked like me!