My fairy blogmother recently e-mailed me about reviewing the new Seabreeze Naturals line. Because fairy blogmothers have e-mail, you know. Any way, I am a girly girl and although I don’t consider myself high maintenance, (couldn’t tell you the last time I had a professional manicure) I’m all about the maintenance. Does that make sense? Let’s just say that at any given moment I could have a day spa thing going on in my bathroom, all with products found within our small bathroom cabinet. It’s just hard to pull that off when your children assume all running bath water is meant for them. It’s also hard to pull off when you are surrounded by bath toys and baby wash and your heiney is resting on no-slip suction cup frog decals on the bottom of the tub. Kind of detracts from the day spa ambience. Just a wee bit.
So, it’s time for beauty routine confessions. I’m not typically faithful to brands. Yes, I cheat on brands and I am easily swayed by a nice package (and a sale). So it was a treat to receive a box of the latest line by Seabreeze–Seabreeze Naturals. I’ve been using their two types of facial cleansers as well as the moisturizer and astringent and my problem area (aka my entire face) has really cleared up, and especially my second problem area (aka my forehead). All the Seabreeze Naturals products have a wonderful clean scent. I’m a longtime traditional Seabreeze kind of gal (since high school in the 80s!), but this new line doesn’t have that strong astringent smell. The entire line is reasonably priced at $5.99 and you get quite a bit in the packaging, especially the moisturizer, which is a bonus when you’re busy and you don’t want to be repurchasing products often. The moisturizer does not include an SPF, which is the only negative I found. I’ll be 37 this summer so SPFs are of interest to me. The Seabreeze Naturals line can be found at CVS and Wal-Mart and other stores that are open 24/7 because you just never know when you need to buy a can of honey roasted peanuts or a lawn chair or a bottle of St. John’s Wort, which I could use with all this ever lovin’ rain we’ve been having.
p.s. Nope, I didn’t get paid to do this review, but I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t tickled to receive an entire box of skincare products all from THE SAME LINE.
p.p.s. Do you use the same line of facial products, or, like me, do you sleep around with whoever has the best deal?