Product Review: Bio-Scriptives Alo-Verix

 
I have combination skin, and my forehead is usually so dry. I hate using regular lotions and moisturizers on my face because they always make my face feel gross, oily, and greasy.
I had the chance to review a great product, Bio-Scriptives Alo-Verix formula.
It’s a deep moisturizing and anti-aging cream that is different from all those other moisturizers out there. It doesn’t contain petrolatum, wax, paraffin, mineral oil, or parabens. It’s a special formula that consists of aloe vera, shea butter, amino acids, fatty acids, and resveratol. Bio-Scriptives is definitely not your normal day to day moisturizer.
I have been using this product for the past week and I can really tell the difference. My forehead doesn’t seem as dry anymore. I have been using it in the corner creases of my nose too, as I had a cold a few weeks ago, and we all know tissues dry out that area pretty badly. My nose seems to have healed up very well and isn’t dried out anymore.
With this moisturizing and anti-aging cream you have to remember a little goes a long way. My nightly routine has been to wash my face as I normally do and then I put the cream on before I go to bed. The cream is a light yellow in color with an earthy plant smell to it, it smells natural to me, which is always a good thing. When you apply it, which it takes roughly 3 small pumps of the product, it absorbs easily and gives a slight cooling feeling. My face even feels a little bit tighter, which has to be a good thing right? I’m 29, going on 30 this year, so I guess it’s a good time to start using anti-aging products!
Hopefully it continues to work well for me, which I’m positive it will! I give this product two thumbs up!
If you’re interested in purchasing Bio-Scriptive Alo-Verix, it’s $40, and you can purchase HERE.
If you would like to read more about the product from the site, click HERE.
While you’re there, check out the other line of products from Bio-Scriptive HERE.

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