Review

Fleur & Bee Nectar of the C Vitamin C serum review

This vitamin C serum includes ferulic acid and vitamin Eā€”making for the same power trio included in the famous SkinCeuticals product.

Today is the first day in a long time that I’ve felt like NYC has solidly escaped winter’s clutches. It’s finally, actually, totally springtime, yay! So it feels appropriate that I’ve been using a product with a very “spring”-like name: Nectar of the C Vitamin C serum. This was one of three products gifted to me by the newly launched skin care brand, Fleur & Bee. I know some people aren’t a fan of cutesy product names, but I don’t mind them so…

OUAI Leave-in Conditioner Review: A luxurious way to bid farewell to flyaways

This leave-in conditioner is the perfect way to pamper your hair.

I always had terrible hair all through high school, and it got better after I moved to NYC. I always figured it was the result of outgrowing this bad hair phase of my life, but I realized that it was probably just the dry climate in Los Angeles, where I lived at the time. A recent trip to LA confirmed that my slightly wavy, frizzy hair tends to look and feel much worse in dry LA, and much better in a more humid place like NYC. Since it doesn’t make sense to build your life around the way…

Fleur & Bee Face Cream Review: A rich, fragrance-free moisturizer

This face cream is chock full of beneficial ingredients that have been shown to deliver hydrating, soothing, and anti-aging benefits.

I recently got to try out a few products from Fleur & Bee, a skincare company that just launched a few days ago. Fleur & Bee is focused on delivering natural, vegan skincare products that are priced under $35. If you need another reason to give this company’s products a try, you might be happy to hear that Fleur & Bee donates 1% of its profits to Days for Girls, an organization that works to help women and girls get access to menstrual care and education.