Lexli – A collection of aloe-based skincare products that cleanse, exfoliate, and rejuvenate, all without drying.
Pros: The aloe really does prevent drying. Many products have dual uses. For example, their toner can be used for sunburn relief.
Cons: AloeGlyC, the company’s exfoliating cream, comes with scary-sounding precautions like not to use if pregnant or sunburned.
Price Point: $25-$85
On the Web: Lexli.com
Olie Biologique – Certified organic body oils with a variety of healing benefits. Argan oil for anti-aging and revitalizing; rose hip oil for scars, spots, and vitamins; etc.
Pros: Love that it is organic.
Cons: Pricey for what it is.
Price Points: $22-$39
On the Web: OlieBiologique.com
Mini Organics – A certified-organic line of skin care for moms-to-be and babies. We tried the enriched moisturizer, which is supposed to nourish and improves skin elasticity.
Pros: I am not pregnant, but this is an amazing, rich moisturizer. It healed my cracked cuticles where regular lotions have failed.
Cons: I feel a little weird buying pregnancy skin care.
Price Point: $55.95
On the Web: MiniOrganics.com
Pros: It works fast, reducing redness on an ingrown hair almost immediately.
Cons: It’s a bit of an investment.
Price Point: $84.00
On the Web: BuyDermacyte.com
Lift Lab – Using Cell Protection Proteins, Lift Lab promise to reverse signs of aging.
Pros: The moisturizers are comfortable and absorb well.
Cons: I like to believe that I don’t have many signs of aging to correct.
Price Points: $85-$125
On the Web: TheLiftLab.com