Hi lovelies! I’m so ecstatic to announce that I am a brand ambassador for AcARRE, a natural beauty brand committed to bring high-quality, ethically made products based on African and Pacific Islander ancestry elements for multi-purpose hydration. I have been using their Beauty Edit for the past couple of months and am ready to share it with the world.
Disclaimer: Although this post was sponsored by the brand, all views and opinions are 100% my own.
What is Beauty Edit?
Beauty Edit is a dry beauty oil that brings multi-level hydration; it nourishes your skin with anti-oxidants, fatty acids, and vitamins without clogging pores or making you greasy. It can be used literally from head to toe, as a scalp treatment, body oil, make-up remover, you name it! Beauty Edit maximizes plant biodiversity to achieve a new level of moisture.
There are four main ingredients: Squalane, baobob, Kalahari melon, and rosehip. You may recognize squalane and rosehip as very popular ingredients in beauty products in the last two years, for good reason. Squalane softens and soothes the skin and helps prevent the effects of aging. Rosehip works along the same lines, increasing cell turnover and accelerating the regeneration of skin. Baobob and Kalahari melon are hydrators that round out the Beauty Edit very nicely.
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The 2 fl oz product retails for $75 and is cruelty-free, paraben-free, and dermatologist tested. You can purchase it here.
My First Impression
The first thing I do with any beauty product is smell it. I don’t get my hopes up too high with natural products, but Beauty Edit smells SO good. It almost smells like a less sugary, elevated version of the Fruit Loops cereal. The scent isn’t overpowering at all, and I find it calming to inhale the scent when using Beauty Edit at night.
I also appreciated the fact that the formula isn’t greasy. at. all. I used to be vary hesitant to incorporate oils into my daily routine, because living in Florida, you can go from 0 to 100 on the greasy scale real quick. You can imagine my delight when I was able to use Beauty Edit on my face on the mornings I don’t wear makeup without looking like a glazed donut by the end of the day.
There are SO many uses for the Beauty Edit. The main purposes for the oil (as listed on AcARRE’s website) include:
• Moisturize damp or dry skin
• Massage from scalp down to the tips of your hair or your headband wigs
• Moisturize face after skincare routine
• Smooth onto neck/décolletage to help with skin elasticity
• After shaving
• Massage onto hands for moisture
My favorite uses are using Beauty Edit as cuticle oil, as an after-shave moisturizer, and on my scalp. I also keep the oil stashed in my bag on days that I wear strappy sandals so my feet don’t get ashy! One of my biggest skin issues that my hands and feet get really dry, so Beauty Edit has been a big help, and the bottle is small and fuss-free enough to just throw in my bag.
I wholeheartedly believe in Beauty Edit (and AcARRE). I have felt a noticeable difference in how soft my skin is since adding it to my daily routine, and I love that there are so many uses for the product. What I love even more, though, is that after using Beauty Edit so consistently, I still have so much product left. Not to mention, the ingredients are some of the most innovative, plant-based beauty ingredients in the world right now.
Consider adding Beauty Edit to your daily routine for the best version of your skin!
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