Bioelements makes many wonderful items, including one of the richest body creams that I have seen in some time. Bioelements Vitalization Rich Intensity Body Creme is lovely stuff. It is a creamy, thick lotion with a luxurious feel and high moisture factor. It also has a wonderful light aroma—the product of ten botanical oils (apricot kernel, olive, rice bran, grape, black currant, sunflower seed, bergamot, cardamom and clove). Red tea is also included as an anti-oxidant.
I'm starting to get fed up with my adult acne, so I made a dermatologist appointment. In the meantime, I am trying out some treatment masks, both as spot treatments and as all over masks. There are two that I highly recommend: Bioelements Amino Mask and DDF Sulfur Therapeutic Mask. Each are good, but also slightly different. Notably, the Biolelements mask includes Salicylic Acid and less Sulfur, while DDF is a higher concentration Sulfur Mask
For All Skin Types Medicated facial mask helps prevent and clear acne blemishes. Draws-out pore-clogging debris, soaks up excess oils, calms inflammation and promotes fast healing of existing breakouts. - Medicated acne treatment mask - Contains 3% anti-bacterial sulphur and 2% salicylic acid - Unclogs pores, destroys acne bacteria, controls excess oils and helps heal existing blemishes No artificial colorants, synthetic fragrance or animal by-products. Not tested on animals.
When I used Biolements Amino Mask, I found that it worked well-- both as an all over mask, and as a spot treatment. It feels like any other clay type mask and does a good job at absorbing oil and removing the gunk in your pores. But I particularly like this one as a spot treatment. Put a bit on a blemish and leave it on overnight. The Salicylic Acid helps dissolve the gunk, while the Sulfur provides good anti-bacterial acne treatment. Meanwhile, the mask as a whole absorbs oil had helps draw everything out.
DDF's mask contains 10% Sulfur. For those who want maximum anti-bacterial agents, this one is great. I tend to use it more as an overall face mask once each week, although it will also work as a spot treatment.
One thing to note. Sulfur doesn't smell really good, and because these masks contain it, they obviously have an odor. I don't mind it at all, but if you are sensitive to sulfur smell, you might not care for these.
The Bioelements brand continues to impress me. It seems that I like everything that I try from them, and my latest favorite is their Bioelements Power Peptide Spray.
Peptides are one of the hot active ingredients that have been shown to have an effect on fine lines and wrinkles. Usually peptides are put into creams and lotions, or occasionally a serum. But Bioelements decided to try something new -- they made a spray.
This is quite a unique product. The liquid and lightly moisturizing spray allows for an easy application of peptides that can then be followed by other serums and creams. I love the concept, because often I want to apply something with peptides, yet also want to use my moisturizing sunscreen, and I don't want to layer two creams. So putting the actives in a spray is genius!
The spray itself is quite comfortable. Because it contains various light moisturizing ingredients and oils, it does not dry out the skin. I didn't find it to be anything more than minimally moisturizing though, so if you have dry skin, the spray won't make it drier, but it also won't substitute for you regular cream or lotion. I have been using it right before applying serums and sunscreen.
This is yet another highly recommend Bioelements product!