Because I feel this way (and the fact that I've worked with this contact before), I wanted to give Bioscriptive products a try. I was sent over two of their products - Repiderm and Alo-Verix. "Bio-Scriptures was formed by BioChemics Inc., a cutting edge pharmaceutical research firm , staffed by some of the world’s leading scientists, to develop an unparalleled line of skin care products."
I was a bit hesitant to give these a try for a few reasons. The first one being all the chemistry talk. I am not dumb by any means and studied for several years to be an engineer so I am educated. However when I see explanations like this it makes me think they are trying to overwhelm the average consumer with big words to cover up something else. The second is because I let Amy (one of my writers) try the Alo-Verix first and her face turned bright red almost immediately.
It's free of parabens, wax, petrolatum, paraffin or mineral oil. Its formula contains amino acids, fatty acids, aloe vera, shea butter and resveratol. I wasn't terribly impressed with this one but didn't dislike it either. I just felt as if it was like any other "anti-aging lotion" on the market.
Repiderm is an acne treatment that's formulated with 16 herbal extracts and essential oils, as well as 4.4% benzoyl peroxide in one standalone product. It can be used to spot treat pimples, whiteheads and blackheads and can be used daily to help prevent acne breakouts. I loved this one since I don't have severe acne problems and usually hate using the multi-step programs because they are a waste of time for someone like me.
Cost/Available to Purchase: $40 Alo-Verix
Recommendation: Again a little pricey for me but remember I'm not quite the girlie girl when it comes to spending money on beauty products. You won't catch me buying the Alo-Verix but I'd recommend the Repiderm especially if you struggle with acne.
Giveaway: Bioscriptives is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a bottle of Repiderm and 1 bottle of Alo-Verix
of their own!
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