We all have our favorite beauty brands, and Pacifica is definitely one of mine. This is one of the brands that undoubtedly gets a lot of recognition and praises on social media because of its beautiful packaging and natural, vegan ingredients. When its newest Crystal range came out with all those dreamy pastel bottles and tubes, my wallet started to cry, but there was no turning back at this point. When the order arrived, it honestly felt like second Christmas. I know it’s silly to get so overexcited about something like beauty products, but hey, every small thing counts, right? I’ve already mentioned a few products in my latest skincare update, but I just wanted to do a quick overview of the haul.
Crystal Foam Sparkling Clean Face Wash ($10) has one of the most delightful scents (watermelon + lemongrass) ever. It melts away any makeup, even my waterproof mascara, and leaves skin soft and velvety.
Crystal Youth Gem Infused Face Lotion ($14) is one of the nicest day creams I tried. I love how light, yet nourishing it feels – such a perfect choice for the warmer season. You can read more about it on my skincare routine post.
Gem Serum Radiant Drops ($16) made with cult ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, avocado oil, and rosehip oil, promised to deliver hydration and radiance. Unfortunately, despite its beautiful packaging, this serum is not worthy of the hype it gets. Yes, it’s lightweight and smells like a dream, but it just didn’t seem to do anything for my skin.
My recent skincare routine also featured this Pacifica Super Flower Face Oil ($16), which is also another favorite of mine. It actually reminds me of the Lapis Face Oil from herbivore, but a more affordable version. A lovely hydrating face oil.
Energized Glow Face Mask ($4) with turmeric and enzymes. It’s a no-rinse sheet mask with juicy watermelon scent for all skin types, especially stressed. It revitalizes and gives some subtle glow.
A sample of Tunisian Jasmin Lime Body Cream. It is a light body cream with a soft sweet scent, nothing too exciting.
Have you tried any of these Pacifica products? Any favorites?