Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Yes to Blueberries Skincare Review

Yes to Blueberries Skincare Review

Yes to Blueberries Skincare Review

From the Brand:
Intensive Skin Repair Serum (Size: 1.0 oz / 41 ml)
Formulated with Wild Acacia to reduce wrinkle depth and appearance and Cupuacu Seed Butter to 'plump' skin. Let us do the wrinkle-fighting, time-erasing work, while you sleep!
At least 95% Natural
  • Fragrance Free
  • Petroleum, SLS, & Paraben Free
  • Cruelty-free
Yes to Blueberries Daily Repairing Moisturizer with SPF 30 is formulated with Organic Cotton Thistle which is clinically proven to help boost natural collagen production and aid skin rejuvenation, and Blueberries to help fight external skin damage. A blend of Zinc Oxide and Titanium Dioxide provide gentle, natural UVA and UVB sun protection. Go on, enjoy that sunshine!
•97% Natural
•SPF-30; UVA/UVB Protection
•Free of Parabens, Petroleum and SLS

Retails for:  $19.99- Serum, $17.99 in stores, but $14.39 online at Target- Moisturizer

Where to Buy:, Target Stores and

My Thoughts:  At first I really liked both of these products, but after I while they didn't work as well for me as they did in the beginning.  The serum is more like a lightweight lotion in consistency, and it sinks into the skin nicely.  There's no fragrance to it, but it doesn't smell amazing like the makeup remover wipes I've already reviewed by this line.  It does a good job to perk up my hydration for the rest of the day, but other than that it wasn't anything super amazing.

The moisturizer was ok, but it goes on very chalky and leaves a whitish cast on my skin if I don't really rub it in well.  It's more like a sunblock than a moisturizer, and it has a sunblock smell to it, too.  I didn't notice any particular super hydration coming from this and stopped using it after about three weeks. I wanted to give it a real thorough test before making my opinion about it, and it failed to impress every time.

Final Verdict:  If you're looking for a lightweight serum to go under your moisturizer, I'd recommend the serum.  It's much less expensive than high end brands and does a good job of upping the hydration factor.  I'd skip the moisturizer unless you're looking for something that's just a bit of hydration and more of a sunblock.

**Disclaimer: As with all my product reviews, I was not paid by the cosmetic company to provide feedback or review/promote their products. This article contains some affiliate links provided through All the opinions expressed in this article are my own. These items were purchased with my own money. For more information on my policies, please view my Let's Chat page.

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