3.29.2015

Radha Beauty Review

Sponsored post. I received a free sample in exchange for my honest review.

Radha Beauty treated me to a few skin care products! Radha Beauty is a relatively new company with natural skincare and oils lines. They believe beauty doesn't have to be bad for us, so their products use high quality organic ingredients which are effective and good for Mother Earth. They also partner with women-empowering organizations, use Eco-friendly packaging, and never test on animals. I've been using these three products every day for a few weeks.



Radha Beauty Vitamin C Serum is made with vitamins C and E, and amino and hyaluronic acids. It's purpose is to provide anti-aging effects. It stimulates the production of collagen, neutralizes free radicals, smooths fine lines, fills wrinkles, and moisturizes. It's 98% natural, 72% organic, made without alcohol or parabens, and is safe for all skin types.

After I wash my face in the morning, I apply a thin layer. It's almost watery and has a very, very light citrus vitamin scent, but it goes away instantly. It's sticky at first, but dries within a minute and doesn't feel like anything is on my face at all. I'm happy to report I haven't had any reaction on my sensitive skin.


Radha Beauty Intensive Youth Eye Gel contains plant stem cells for intensive anti-aging effects, plus matrixyl 3000, aloe, cucumber, vitamin E, rosehip oil, and hyaluronic acid. It helps to eliminate dark circles, puffiness, dryness, and sagging by hydrating and tightening the delicate skin around the eyes.

About ten minutes after the Vitamin C Serum, I continue with the Eye Gel. A little goes a long way with this stuff and I love that it's completely fragrance-free. My under eye area instantly felt moisturized and smooth. I've been applying it at night too!


Radha Beauty Retinol Moisturizer has 2.5% active retinol, aloe, green tea, Shea butter, and jojoba, sunflower, and palm oils. It does not contain any fillers, fragrance, dyes, or parabens. The concentrated serum supports natural cell turnover to improve skin's texture and tone. It also softens the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, enlarged pores, and dark spots.

Finally, I apply the moisturizer to my face and neck. It's also fragrance-free, which I absolutely love. It's a little thicker than I like, but my skin felt smooth and soft. Now that the sun is coming out, I'm only going to use this at night. Apparently Retinol shouldn't be used in the sun and I need my SPF moisturizer anyway.

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3 comments:

Kelly @ turned UP to ELEVEN! said...

This all sounds awesome! PS I love the new look of the blog!

Misty, Handbags + Handguns said...

I wish more skincare products were fragrance free.

SMD @ lifeaccordingtosteph said...

Do you think your skin looks better? I've been wanting to add a vitamin C serum.

Definitely only use retinol at night!!