There are many new beauty product lines that will launch in 2017. All the way from makeup to skin care products but if you are not very familiar with the beauty industry then how do you which products to try out. Well I am going to share a few beauty lines that in my opinion are worth a try.
First off, I want to introduce you to a skincare line by Mannatech–a global health company–is called Uth. The skin care line has a cleansing brush, gentle cleanser, moisturizer, rejuvenating creme and more. The entire line is hypoallergenic and will not clog your pores. The great part about Mannatech is that with every product that is purchased from the company, a monetary donation is taken from the transaction and is used to help children in need worldwide. They also have a TruHealth line that is for weight loss and nutrition. Mannatech also offers a 6 month satisfaction guarantee on all their products, so if you decide you don’t like a product just send it back.
Next, i want to talk about Jane Iredale’s new line of hydration sprays. The line offers three sprays: D2O, Pommisst, and Balance. All the sprays are completely vegan and cruelty-free. The sprays are designed to relax and refresh you. Jane Iredale also offers other great products that are also vegan and cruelty free. One of the products is her popular PurePressed Base Mineral Foundation, that is water resistant and has 24 different shades to match every skin shade.
Lastly, SkinCeuticals has many skin care lines. Their most popular product is C E Ferulic, which is a Vitamin C serum that helps brighten the skins appearance and improve the look of fine lines and wrinkles. The “C E Ferulic” serum has won the Beauty Award 24 times and has over 100 positive reviews. At SkinCeuticals they are constantly searching new ways to improve skin health.
Each of these lines are great and have fantastic reviews. So if you are in search of a new product for your beauty routine then I recommend you take a look at one of these three makeup and skin care lines. The reviews speak for themselves.