As someone who doesn’t have perfect skin I’m always willing to try out new skincare products. So when I was asked by Lipton Publicity to try out some Lindi Skin products I was happy to do so.
Lindi Skin was created in 2003 as a complete skincare line designed for people undergoing cancer treatment. Lindi Skin products were formulated with healing botanicals and antioxidants to provide ultra-hydration as well as effective preservatives to combat bacterial and microbial growth which is important for people with compromised skin. Even though this skincare line was designed for cancer patients they are also used by people suffering from other skin conditions such as dryness, skin rashes, allergy prone skin, and sun and wind burns.
Lindi Face Wash ($22) – This face wash is very gentle and designed to balance pH levels in your skin. It doesn’t lather which is a good thing because that means it doesn’t contain harsh cleaning agents that will strip your skin of moisture. I found it doesn’t really remove my makeup so I only used it in the mornings to refresh my skin. The scent was not that pleasing to me. It had a very, very light citrus scent but that was covered up by a smell I would describe as…yeast? The smell didn’t last long so it didn’t bother me. I would continue using it as a morning cleanser.
Lindi Citrus Face Serum ($40) – This serum contains botanicals, antioxidants and vitamins designed to provide moisture and reduce redness. This serum was silky smooth. It really felt like velvet on my face! It has a sweet citrus smell that reminded me of lemon pie. This serum also comes in a lavender scent which I would LOVE to try out. I’m a sucker for anything lavender.
Lindi Lip Balm ($10) – This lip balm also doubles as a cuticle rub to keep skin around the nails soft and moisturized. It comes in a little tub which I’m not a fan of. Any product that you have to stick your fingers in can lead to the spread of bacteria if your fingers aren’t completely clean. It is like a wax so it’s hard to get a lot of the product on your fingers. But it does keep my lips moisturized so I guess it does the job!
Lindi Eye Hydrator ($30) – This also comes in a little tub. It is a nutrients rich gel that reduces puffiness and keeps the sensitive area around the eye hydrated. A little goes a LONG was with this product. It is a thick gel and goes on silky smooth and just like the face serum it feels like velvet on my skin. If you have dry under eye areas then this product would be great. This is the thickest eye cream that I’ve ever tried. It’s definitely worth the $30 because it will last forever. I do wish it was in different packaging though. Like I said I’m not a fan of the tubs. But maybe it’s too thick for a pump bottle like the face serum?
Overall, I found the items to be effective. I don’t have dry skin so I can’t vouch for the products effectiveness on severely compromised skin. But the serum and eye gel left my skin feeling soft and moisturized without making my skin oily. I haven’t seen a huge difference in my skin but it hasn’t broken out at all which is always a good thing when trying out new products!
If you would like more information about how these products are used for cancer patients and people with severe skin problems you should definitely check out lindiskin.com. There is a ton of info there along with the complete ingredients list for all the products. Definitely check with your dermatologist if you have severe skin problems before you try out new products!
The great news is Lindi Skin is offering 25% off all products and free shipping with code ‘BLOG25’. That means you can get a really great deal on these skincare products. This code is good through May 31st. For every purchase through this date Lindi Skin will make a donation to the American Cancer Society’s “Look Good, Feel Better” program!
*I was given these products free of charge to review but all opinions are my own.
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