Liz Loves: Origins Got It Right
I love clear skin far more than beautiful makeup. As a woman with a lot of melanin and oily combination skin that changes with the seasons, I’ve struggled over the years to find something that soothes and balances both skin textures. It didn’t help that I lived in 5 different states in the past 5 years. Not to mention that my job required frequent traveling. Trust me when I say that all water isn’t equal. The minerals in some of the water sources made life hard for my skin and my hair to thrive. I’ve tried products that did nothing but zap every ounce of oil from face and made my dry patches hive from irritation. I’ve tried other products that made my forehead look like a lighthouse at midnight from a distance.
After trying an Origins holiday sampler pack in December of 2015, my life was forever changed! I literally loved every product in the sampler. I later went back and gave all their facial masks a try. I was utterly surprised at how this one brand got everything… I mean everything right! The moisturizers, masks, scrubs, toners, and cleaners were all perfection. For the first time in my life, I could go to one brand for all my facial skin care needs. For over the past two years, Origins Checks & Balances Frothy Face Wash and United State Balancing Tonic are my go to holy grail products. They are the only products that balance my oily combination skin and make it behave throughout all four seasons and multiple locations.
Origins prides its self on being a high-performance skincare line made with your favorite foods. This brand believes in plant-based products. Origins is free of all parabens, phthalates, sodium lauryl sulfate, propylene glycol, mineral oil, DEA, petrolatum, paraffin, polyethylene beads, formaldehyde & animal ingredients. They work with a world-renowned dermatologist and chemist to help achieve perfection. I promise my face feels all the thought and love put into this product. Thank Origins for getting it right!
Comment Below: Do you have any other or brands that got it right? What do you think I should try?