Recently, I received some Ole Henriksen products in the mail in exchange for my honest review. I was IMMEDIATELY impressed with these products.
I’ve been having some skin issues as of late, with a dry patch on the left side of my nose and a slightly less dry but still definitely dry patch between my eyebrows. Nothing I own has helped. It came out of nowhere, and I have been desperate for a solution. I even went through my usual dry skin routine – lots of moisturizer, covered with Vaseline to seal it in – and NO results. I was miserable.
Once through with the Ole Henriksen products, and my skin is ALREADY showing major signs of improvement. These products are already a win in my book for doing something that absolutely nothing else was able to.
Now let’s get down to each of the items…
Retail Price: $55.00
This is a three step system that takes 5-10 minutes for the first part, 2-3 minutes for the second, and 10-15 minutes for the third. Essentially, this is a face mask/cleansing system for someone who has 17-28 minutes to spend on their nightly skincare routine. Considering how awful my skin has recently been, I was more than willing to try each of these steps.
Step 1 was a nice moisturizing and exfoliating step. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
Step 2 stung a little bit, but in a way that I knew it was working. It definitely was a concentrated solution of vitamins, and my skin was LIVING under it. It definitely loved it.
Step 3 was pleasant, and for such a drippy-looking product, it did not move on my skin AT ALL. Major props for that.
Afterwards, my skin felt refreshed, brighter, softer, smoother, more radiant. It totally reached all the marks it was trying to. If I ever have a skin disaster like I’m currently having, I would totally consider repurchasing this product to give my skin the pick-me-up it needs.
It also comes with the Ole Henriksen Professional Cleaning Sponge, which is in a pack of 2. They’re convenient and not harsh at all on the skin, really nice to clean off a face mask. I liked them a lot, but they are just sponges. I’m sure there’s a cheaper solution out there, but I preferred using this sponge to just using my hands for sure.
Retail Price: $48.00
This is definitely one of the best serums I’ve ever used. It doesn’t feel heavy on the skin, doesn’t cause any irritation on my dry patches. As other reviews for the product state, it is perfect for combination skin. It doesn’t make my not-freaking-out areas too oily or anything, but it helps my dry patches a TON. If I had $50 to spend on a serum, I would definitely repurchase without any hesitation, but we all know that isn’t the case for my bank at this time.
Retail Price: $38.00
Okay, I can totally see myself splurging on this product. In conjunction with the serum, it does not make my skin feel oily or gross in any way, but my dry patches LOVED it. The formula is so creamy and luxurious feeling, but it absorbs so well that I could wear it under makeup. That’s a constant struggle for a makeup addict like myself. Love, love, love. I have nothing but good things to say about this product. But then again, $38 for 1.7 oz is still steep. Gah. Why do good things always have to be expensive?