Lily Farm Fresh Skin Care provided a Sensitive Skin Care Kit for this Review & Giveaway. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

Lily Organics Farm Fresh Skin Care is the only company on earth that grows the USDA certified organic ingredients in their 100% pure, vegetarian products.  Lily’s handcrafted natural skin care products are made fresh in their USDA certified organic laboratory and all of their products are free of synthetic chemicals.

I was Blessed to receive a Sensitive Skin Care Trial Pack for Review and I have another one to Giveaway

Many natural skin care companies tout their lines as being organic, natural and pure.  But take a look at the label.  You’ll be amazed at what’s listed because the beauty industry has not defined what those terms mean.  The ingredients in Lily Farm Fresh Skin Care come from nature and they’re grown organically!  It’s that simple!  I’m of the philosophy that what I put on my skin goes into my body.  My sensitive, dry skin has flourished while using Lily’s Sensitive Skin Care Trial Pack.

Sensitive Skin Care Kit Includes

  • Rejuvenating Enzyme Mask – Apply to clean, dry face for up to 30 minutes to gently exfoliate dead skin.  This product is fabulous! The jar is small but the results are mighty. If you shy away from exfoliators due to their harsh effects on your skin this is the product for you. Rejuvenating Enzyme Mask is gentle, effective and leaves my skin very refreshed.
  • Sensitive Facial Cleanser (Unscented) – Removes dirt, makeup, oil and grime without drying my skin.  My eyes are very sensitive and I can use Sensitive Facial Cleanser on my eye area without any burning or stinging.
  • Sensitive Facial Toner (Unscented) – This toner is going to be great for the summer months when my skin needs freshening during the day.  I pat it on with a cotton pad in the morning when my face needs tightening.  I don’t use it every day now, but in the hot summer months, Sensitive Facial Toner will be a daily mid-afternoon skin care treat.
  • Sensitive Skin Moisturizing Cream (Unscented) – The skin around my nose has been very dry, red and irritated the last few weeks due to the amount of nose blowing I’m doing.  Seasonal allergies have hit me very hard this year! I can’t even apply my normal moisturizer it burns so badly.  Lily Farm Fresh Skin Care Sensitive Skin Moisturizing Cream however is soothing, and calming and actually reduced the redness and irritation to the skin around my nose.  It’s created with as few ingredients as possible so those of us with allergies and sensitivities won’t experience a reaction.  Sensitive Skin Moisturizer is rich without being greasy and it can be used over the entire face, neck and body.
  • Organic Kukui Sensitive Facial Oil Treatment (Unscented) – This light treatment oil is perfect for the entire body.  It’s a great for smoothing rough, frizzy hair, moisturizing dry cuticles and chapped hands and keeping face and neck soft and supple.  I rub a few drops between my palms and pat the oil over my face, throat and body.  It even keeps my heels soft!

Congratulations Lily Farm Fresh Skin Care!  Their Moisture Mist was awarded “Best Make Up Refresher” in Healing Lifestyles & Spas 2013 Earth Day Beauty Awards.

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