Is it just me, or have organic skincare options become more widely and easily available? I find that I really don't have to look too hard to find something new to try that's made with friendly organic ingredients, even at big box stores like Target! I'm loving it!
If you keep up with Glazed Over, you know that I review many organic skincare options (see here and here for a couple examples) because I prefer them in my own skincare regimen, but I also want to bring my readers different options of all price points that ya'll can try for yourselves. Today I've got some products from DrJ Organics that I've been testing out. This brand is new to me, but I've been using the heck out of these for the last month and am ready to let you know how I feel about them.
The cool thing about DrJ Organics products? They're vegan, all-natural, and certified organic, and are always made without using parabens, phthalates, GMOs, artificial dyes, petroleum and other harmful ingredients.
Toners are a consistent part of my skincare routine, especially lately, and I enjoyed giving DrJ's Pure Organic Facial Elixir a try. This toner smells like citrus and does a nice job of refining pores and refreshing the skin. This product is formulated with cucumber extracts to minimize pores, blueberry and aloe leaf to heal the skin, and chamomile to detox the skin and help combat aging. This can be purchased directly on the DrJ Organics website for $30.
I always always ALWAYS use an eye cream morning and night because I want to combat aging even now in my 20s. Moisturizing the eye area is essential to anti-aging and so I never go without one. The DrJ Eye Lifting Creme (pictured above) is one of the thinnest eye creams I've ever used, but that's not to say it's bad. It's formulated with cocoa and shea butters to soften the under eyes, and sunflower seed oil to firm the skin. I didn't notice any major differences in my undereyes, but I just found I paid less attention to that area, which is a good thing as I often focus on them as they're prone to dehydration lines. I don't really expect to notice big differences in my undereyes from eye creams because I use them more for prevention than instant results. This eye cream can be purchased from the DrJ Organics website for $45.
Overall, I really enjoy using both of these products. They are a bit spendy, but I love that they're organic and free of chemicals and harmful ingredients, and oftentimes that comes with a spendier price tag.
Have you tried anything from DrJ Organics? Let me know in the comments!