Eminence Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer Review

Eminence Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer

Some people find their favourite product and stop there. As a blogger, I tend to try new products even when I have found my favourite one. I do this as long as they are relevant to the blog. Some products disappoint me and other products surprise me. The latter is what happened with the Eminence Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer.

Why I like the Eminence Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer

I have started using this product since the beginning of this month, and I have never before found a product like the Eminence Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer.

  • It’s organic
    I love a product when it’s cruelty-free but when a product is not only natural but also organic, for me it is a big plus. The reason being that it makes me feel safe that fewer pesticides will be contaminating my skin.
  • Has no water
    Check your moisturiser’s ingredients list. What is the first ingredient listed? Is it Aqua (water)? Usually, a product has a lot of the first ingredient listed and a little of the last ingredient listed. So if your moisturiser’s first ingredient is water. It could mean that your moisturiser is diluted with water. Also, I have recently read that when a product has water as the first ingredient, it has a short shelf life after opening. The reason being that water encourages the growth of bacteria.
    The Eminence Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer has cucumber juice as a first ingredient. Juice therapists prefer to use more cucumber juice than water as cucumber has more benefits. In this moisturiser, cucumber juice is added for its toning and purifying properties. Also having no water indicates that the product is more concentrated.
  • I can use it both when my skin is oily and dry
    My skin is generally oily, especially in Maltese summer. Since I’ve moved to Germany, I’ve been noticing that during German winter, my skin starts to dry.  You can apply this moisturiser either how it is for extra hydration or you can add a few drops of water applying it. Instead of adding few drops, I tend not to dry my face after washing it and apply the moisturiser while my face is still damp.
  • It comes with a spatula/applicator
    I’ve heard from many beauty therapists that I shouldn’t dip my fingers in moisturisers for hygiene purposes. However, it’s the first time that I have found a jar packed moisturiser which comes with a free spatula.
  • A very small amount is needed
    My boyfriend tends to fill up his palm with soap or other men products when applying them. That’s why many times I don’t share my natural products with him. For this moisturiser you need a very small amount for your face, you will have enough to apply it also over your neck area.
  • One jar lasts a season … or more
    Since I needed a very small amount for each application, I’ve nearly used one-third of the product. It is not a lot considering that I’ve just started using it this month.
  • Has a neutral and natural scent
    A natural product with a strong scent scares me. Even if it has a  sweet scent of for example strawberry, coconut or vanilla. I believe that unless the product is a perfume or something similar, it shouldn’t have a strong scent. You can tell that the Eminence Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer is natural from its light and natural scent. Also, when you check the ingredients list you see no Parfum (perfume), which is great.
  • Shields the skin
    After my application of this moisturiser, I have felt that it leaves a protection film. I haven’t found it in the product description so I don’t know whether it’s intended or not. However, I think it’s great to have your skin protected from any dirt that can affect your skin.

What I don’t like the Eminence Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer

  • It might not be vegan
    Eminence does have vegan-friendly products. However, I don’t think that the Eminence Clear Skin Probiotic Moisturizer is one of them. The reason I am saying this is that it contains yoghurt. I assume it’s the dairy yoghurt but I could be wrong and they might be referring to the plant or seed one.

Would I buy Eminence Organic products

I have received this product for PR together with two other Eminence Organic products. To tell you the truth I wasn’t planning on buying Eminence Organic products once I finish the products I have received. The reason is that when I googled the price range of Eminence Organic products, it was higher than my budget for skin care products. However, I was thinking to myself and I justified the price range.

The ingredients are not only natural but also organic, the products are more concentrated and not diluted in water, and I need a very small amount for each application. I believe that by considering these factors, increasing my budget for Eminence does make sense.

Therefore yes, I am considering to buy Eminence Organic products in the future. However next time I want to try a vegan moisturiser.

From where can you buy Eminence Organic products

Eminence Organic Skin Care products are exclusively found at NikkiB Organic Beauty. NikkiB Organic Beauty offers also Eminence Organic Skin Care beauty services. So if you’re not convinced on investing in organic skin care, then I would suggest you book a facial at this beauty salon. After you have evaluated the result from the facial, you can then decide whether it is worth investing in Eminence Organic products.

Before I finish, I would like to thank Nicole from Nikki B Organic Beauty for reaching out and sending me these products. Although I have already a favourite brand for moisturisers, trying new brands helped me find another one.

Have you heard or tried any of Eminence Organic products before reading my blog post? Would you buy from Eminence Organic Skin Care? What do you like about this brand?


DISCLAIMER: This is a PR post, meaning that the products were sent to me for free. This post contains only my honest review on the mentioned product.

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(a.k.a. Fiona Vella) Malta-born blogger. I have been blogging during these last 6 years on my cruelty-free lifestyle including recipes, beauty and makeup products that I discover, receive, buy and try.