Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Nutra-Lift Grapeseed Foaming Face Polish Review

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A product sample was received for review. I was not paid in any form of cash for this posting. The opinions expressed are my own and were NOT influenced in any way.



As you know, women are always looking for beauty products that work.  It may be cosmetics, skin care or hair care products, but have you ever thought about the ingredients in the products?  There are so many chemicals in today's beauty products, unless you buy organic products.  Why would anybody buy a product that has chemicals in it, if it could possibly harm your health?




I was just reading an article about chemicals in skin care products, called, Is Your Lotion Toxic?  How To Identify And Avoid Toxic Skin Care Products.  Did you know that some skin care products have formaldehyde in it?  Formaldehyde is a likely human carcinogen, which is suspected, to cause cancer.  So, why would anybody want to use a skin care product that has any type of chemicals in it?



About the Nutra-Lift Grapeseed Foaming Face Polish

For this review, I received a jar of Nutra-Lift Grapeseed Foaming Face Polish.  After I use it, my skin feels super clean and it gives my skin a nice polished look.  The  Nutra-Lift Grapeseed Foaming Face Polish is a mask, exfoliant, cleanser & toner all-in-one!  So, I think it's a pretty good products and works well on my skin.  I would recommend the Nutra-Lift Grapeseed Foaming Face Polish!

The only thing I question, is the ingredients.  I read the label for the ingredients and I also looked at the ingredients on the company's website.  Well, the ingredients are different from the label, so which one is right?  The items in red are different in each ingredient list!

Here's the ingredients from the label:

Ingredients:  deionized water, infusion of organic honey, aloe vera, grapefruit seed extract, coltsfoot, birch sap, horsetail, nettle, red clover, sage, peppermint, orange, yarrow, rosemary, sage, golden seal, olive leaf, fennel, tumeric, cocamide betaine, volcanic pumice, pulverized muscadine grape seed, muscadine grape skin, blueberry skins, vegetable glycerin, hec, ascorbly glucosamine (vitamin c), DMAE, hyaluronic acid, xansthum gum, natural mixed tocopherols (vitmine E, calcium panthothenate, colloidal sulphur, witch hazel, wheat germ extract, retinyl palmitate (vitamin A), niacinamide, thiamine hci, colloidal sulfur, colloidal minerals.

Here's the ingredients from the company's website:

Ingredients:  deoinized water, infusion of organic honey, aloe vera, grapefruit seed extract, coltsfoot, birch sap, horsetail, nettle, red clover, sage, peppermint, orange, yarrow, rosemary, & anti-aging complex 14, cocamide betaine, volcanic pumice, pulverized muscadine grape seed, muscadine grape skin, blueberry skins, butyl glycol, vegetable glycerin, hec, ascorbly glucosamine ( Vitamin C), DMAE, hyaluronic acid, xanthum gum, natural mixed tocopherols (vitamin E), calcium panthothenate, colloidal sulphur, witch hazel, wheat germ extract, retinyl palmitate (vitamin A), niacinamide, thiamine hci, colloidal sulfur, colloidal minerals.

Hopefully they will correct it soon, whichever is wrong!  If the ingredients are right from the company's website, what is  anti-aging complex 14?

Directions:
Apply to a wet face & gently scrub for thorough cleansing.  After scrubbing leave on face a few minutes for deep cleansing and the absorption of nutrients into inner skin.  Avoid eye and sensitive skin areas.  For best results use 2-3 times weekly.  For sensitive skin, patch test 24 hours before use.

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com.  Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Bonny Sallee

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jopb said... Best Blogger Tips

It is nice to have a mask, exfoliant, cleanser and toner all in one item. It is very confusing to have 2 differing ingredient lists.

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