3 years ago by


I have been totally slacking on getting this post to all of you because, truth be told, I’ve been using Circumference products for the last few months.

But like all of my beauty recommendations, I like to make sure a product is really pulling its weight before I recommend it! I’ve been using a few of these beautifully packaged and good-for-the-planet products since I returned from my honeymoon. I met Jina and Chris, the founders of Circumference, through a mutual friend and was instantly taken with not just their packaging, but their mission, which is really to educate consumers around the depth of what clean beauty can be. It’s not just about the ingredients in the products, but also how they’re farmed and how the products are manufactured, which is a mission I can really get behind.

But the 411 on the products is that they are truly great! I saw a difference in my problematic skin in just four days of incorporating a few of their products into my regimen. I started with their vital c serum (I would bathe in it if I could) and their face oil. I then added in the clay mask as a spot treatment on problem areas, and more recently I transitioned over to their toner and have added in the hydration mask to help fight the slow death my skin has been subjected to due to the radiator in my apartment.

I’ve cooled it on the botanical oil for the moment so I could try the Augustinus Bader cream (which is AMAZING, but you already knew that), but the other products have become regulars in my skincare rotation. If you’re looking for a hero to start with, I can’t recommend the vital c serum enough. The texture is heaven. Just make sure you wear sunscreen! Something I’ll always recommend with a vitamin c product. Or try the clay mask which has been great at fighting the impurities of my skin that make me totally nuts.

Happy pampering!

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