A Facetheory Skincare Review

-If a product is marked with an * then it is a PR sample. This post contains no sponsored content-

Facetheory are a vegan and cruelty-free brand and their products are made in the UK. They’re all about making simple but effective beauty products that don’t cost an arm and a leg and they‘re also free of parabens, silicones, PEGs, SLS, SLES, and mineral oils too. I reviewed some of their products on my blog last year which you can check out here and they recently got in touch again and asked if I wanted to try out some more products from the brand. So here are my thoughts on the three products that I’ve been trying out… 

First up is the Ocuwake Eye Cream EYE1 (30ml) RRP £21* which contains Chamomile, Vitamin C and Liquorice and aims to reduce dark circles and eye bags. The stabilised vitamin C brightens dark circles, liquorice targets hyperpigmentation and CO2-extracted chamomile soothes delicate skin. It’s suitable for all skin types and a little goes a long way so the tube will last a good while. Since using this eye cream my eyes definitely look and feel more hydrated and I feel like the dark circles under my eyes have lessened a little too. Even my under-eye concealer is sitting better on my skin! Overall, I’m really liking this eye cream so far and although it’s over double the price of the eye cream I have been using since last year you do get more amount of product with the Facetheory eye cream and I feel like it’s more hydrating too.


Next up is the Pink Clay AHA Face Mask (60ml) RRP £18* which contains Kaolin Clay, Vitamin C and Lactic Acid. It’s suitable for all skin types and they advise you to use it 1-2 times per week. The face mask contains premium superfine French clay for powerful exfoliation that’s gentle on the skin. The organic Argan and jojoba oils hydrate and the clay draws out impurities. It also contains Vitamin C to brighten and Lactic Acid to help with cell turnover. The mask is quite creamy and almost has a whipped-like consistency so it’s easy to apply and remove. It leaves your skin feeling deeply cleansed without making your skin feel stripped and I also feel like my skin looks fresher and calmer after using it. It’s a lovely face mask and I can see why it suits all skin types. 

Lastly is the Supergel Oil-free Moisturiser M3 for Oily and Acne-Prone Skin (50ml) RRP £16* which is a lightweight oil-free gel moisturiser which has been specially formulated for oily/acne-prone skin types. It contains Niacinamide which reduces pore size, Salicylic Acid which helps to relieve congestion, Chamomile, Aloe Vera and Green Tea extracts which all help to soothe the skin, as well as Stabilised Vitamin C which brightens the skin whilst fighting acne. I really like this moisturiser, it’s nice and lightweight but still hydrating, it sinks in fairly quickly and it also contains some of my favourite skincare ingredients which are Niacinamide and Salicylic Acid. It’s also another one of their products which seems like it’s going to last a while as you only need a small amount with it being a lightweight gel consistency. Overall it’s a nice moisturiser and if you have got oily skin and struggle to find a hydrating moisturiser that doesn’t feel like it clogging your skin and also treats your skin then I would recommend giving this a try. I can see this being a go-to of my mine, especially during the summer. 

Have you tried any products from Facetheory? 

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