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If you’re into natural and vegan lifestyle, Sibu Beauty has a plethora of products ranging from skincare to supplements. I had the opportunity to try their Sea Buckthorn Hydrating Serum ($39.95, 1 fl oz/ 30 ml). Like you, my top of mind question was “what’s a sea buckthorn”?
Considered a “beauty berry” across Europe and Asia, sea buckthorn berry contains over 190 bioactive compounds and Omegas 3,6,7,9 which are all essential for collagen production and healthy hair, skin, and nails. The first ever documentation of its use dates back to 13th century. It was said that Gengis Khan fed his army sea buckthorn for stamina. True or not, these mini berries are here to stay.
What the website says about Sibu Beauty Sea Buckthorn Hydrating Serum: promotes youthful skin, fights age without damaging chemicals, brightens complexion and evens out skin tone, helps protect environmental stress, naturally stimulates collagen production.
water, glycerin, SD alcohol 40-B, betaine, sea buckthorn fruit extract (hippophae rhamnoides), phenethyl alcohol, sea buckthorn seed oil (hippophae rhamnoides), algae extract, artemisia vulgaris extract, dipotassium glycyrrhizate, sodium hyaluronate, tocopherol, retinyl palmitate, polyglyceryl-10 laurate, xanthan gum, sclerotium gum, sodium levulinate, sodium anisate, sodium phytate, fragrance (from orange and lemon essential oils).
If you have read my previous skincare posts, you know that I’m big on serums. In a nutshell, serums penetrate the skin because of their smaller molecular structure. Sibu Beauty Sea Buckthorn Hydrating Serum is lightweight and has an inviting citrus scent. I use this after toner and before moisturizer. One pump is enough to nourish my face. It’s indicated for all skin types. Thankfully, my greasy face is compatible with this serum.
Sibu Beauty is paraben and sulfate-free and does not test on animals.
Where to buy? most whole foods store, Sibu Beauty online store.
Have you tried anything from Sibu Beauty yet?