20 September 2017

LaFlore Skincare Launch and Review

This post has been sponsored by the PRIMP Network. All opinions are my own

I'm excited to tell you about a brand new skincare line from LaFlore.  It just launched on September 16, but I got a cleanser, serum, and moisturizer to try last month so I could share it with my readers.  LaFlore is a little bit different than other skincare systems, so keep reading to see how it's different.


LaFlore Skincare Review


The first ingredient is LaFlore is aloe, not water.  Aloe has been used for generations on the skin because it is anti-inflammatory and helps heal the skin.  When your skin gets irritated, it can accelerate the aging process.  Aloe helps heal the skin for less irritation and better looking skin.  

What I love most about LaFlore is that it uses Probiotic Technology with active biomolecules to balance your skin.  It works with the natural flora on your skin to protect your skin from toxins from the environment and help minimize damage.  The 3-step system works for fine lines, dullness, and acne because all of the ingredients work together to boost your skin's immune system.

My skin can get dull.  LaFlore has two brighteners in it, one for a short-term fix and one for the long term.  The moisturizer has pearls to even out your skin tone and brighten your skin quickly.  The serum helps reduce melanin to even your skin tone for a long-term solution.

What's in LaFlore is as important as what isn't.  They don't have petrolatum, dimethicones, or silicones.  These products can temporarily plump up your skin by trapping moisture, but they don't actually help your skin in the long term.  

LaFlore is also free from:
  • Soy
  • Gluten
  • Mineral Oil
  • DEA
  • Bleach
  • Irritants
  • Propylene Glycol/Butylene Glycol
  • Diazolidinyl Urea Formaldehyde
  • Petrochemicals 
  • Phthalate
They are also organic, ECOCERT, and cruelty free.

LaFlore Probiotic Cleanser



LaFlore Probiotic Cleanser is a mild cleanser with clinical strength ingredients.  It helps gently exfoliate your skin while it hydrates.  It also helps boost circulation and cell renewal for better looking skin.  Unlike most facial cleansers, it should be used on dry skin.  You can also use it as a mask by leaving it on for a minute or as an exfoliator if you use it with a washcloth.  Rinse well after using.

LaFlore Serum Concentrate



After you cleanse, use the LaFlore Serum Concentrate.  You an use it all over to balance your skin, reduce inflammation, and boost your skin's immune system.  It also doubles as a spot treatment for blemishes or rosacea.  

Ingredients include:
  • Aloe
  • Hemp seed oil
  • Sea buckthorn oil
  • St. John's oil
  • Avocado
  • Jojoba
  • Squalane
  • Beta Carotene

LaFlore Probiotic Daily Defense Moisturizer



The last step in the skincare set is the LaFlore Probiotic Daily Defense Moisturizer.  This helps improve the skin flora and boost collagen and cellular metabolism to form a barrier on your skin.  This helps protect your skin from environmental stress, cosmetics, and other skin care products.  It has aloe, hyaluronic acid, pomegranate seed oil, and bisabolol oil to nourish your skin.


As I said, LaFlore is a little different from other skincare lines.  Washing your face dry is the first difference.  The second difference is that they recommend only washing your face at night.  This allows the soothing ingredients to wash away the dirt from the day.  By applying at night, the serum can work overnight to encourage good flora to grow.  In the morning, just rinse your face and use the moisturizer.


I have to admit that it took a while to get used to washing my face just once a day!  It was also odd not to wash my face with water.  I started liking it because it saved me time in the mornings.  I was afraid my face would get too oily, but it didn't.

My skin feels great after using it for several weeks.  I really like the consistency of the products and that I only have three products to use.  Sometimes simple is better.




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Cari Dunn
Cari Dunn

Cari lives on a small farm in Ohio with her husband, three kids, two dogs, two cats, five goats, several chickens, and homing pigeons. She loves Gilmore Girls, coffee, and her kids. Not in that order.

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