Above is a photo of my nightstand, and on it you’ll see the three Beautycounter anti-aging products I’m currently putting on my skin before bed. A lot of you have written in raving about Beautycounter’s new Countertime line, so I was eager to try it myself–and to give you guys my honest review. (Spoiler: of the three you see pictured there, I love two and don’t like one.)
Before I tell you how I feel about the performance of Beautycounter anti-aging skincare products, let’s discuss the safety. There’s always a concern that for products to really work–particularly anti-aging products–they can’t also be toxin-free.
In the case of Beautycounter products, they are, miraculously, both effective and safe. Beautycounter managed to find an alternative to retinol, which is definitely toxic but also undeniably effective, in the form of plant-based bakuchiol.
The Beautycounter anti-aging line contains some ingredients that I can’t call Good Stuff, like phenoxyethanol, and I wish they were organic. However, most of my readers who are my age (myself included!) are tempted to try traditional retinols or even Botox to fight aging skin, and Beautycounter has come up with an unquestionably safer option.
Here is a list of what I’ve tried so far, and my honest assessment of each one.
1. I use this peel three nights a week. It really works as well as more expensive (including the more toxic) ones. I’ve been using this for months, and it is legitimately brightening and softening my skin. This one gets a thumb’s up.
2. I recently started putting on this peptide cream on before sleep, too. I actually don’t use the cream on the nights I use the peel mentioned above, because I find that it doesn’t absorb as well when applied over the peel. There’s nothing I find more annoying than cream that kind of balls off when you rub your face afterwards.
3. I’ve also recently started using this eye cream, but it kind of does the rolling off thing mentioned above. I know some of you love it, though, so I’m going to keep using it to see if it helps with fine lines.
In addition to the above Beautycounter anti-aging products, here are some other Beautycounter things I’ve tried, and whether I’d recommend them or not:
Please comment below with which Beautycounter products you love (or hate!).
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