Fitglow Beauty Review

If you’re reading this right now, then chances are you’re into fitness and beauty just as much as we are. One of the brands that we’ve recently discovered is none other than Fitglow Beauty. This is a brand that we came across locally first. But once we saw it online, we knew it was time to dig deeper and really uncover what this brand is all about. I guess the good news is that whether or not you’re a local shopper or an online shopping fiend, you can purchase this brand just about everywhere. I mean, I’ve even seen it at the local grocery store and pharmacy.

Fitglow Beauty is one of those brands that you just love the sound of. I mean, who in their right mind doesn’t want to be fit and looking beautiful? I’ve never met anyone that would honestly turn that opportunity down. If you’re curious what the brand does and what they have to offer consumers, then you’re not alone. In fact, LOTS of our readers are interested in this brand, hence why we’ve reviewed it.

What sets them apart from the rest of the brands?

Well, you’re going to have to read this full review in order to learn what makes them a top player in the skin care and beauty game. I’ll just start by saying that they use environmentally friendly ingredients as well as natural ingredients. But keep reading to get the full scoop on all this.

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More About Fitglow Beauty

Let’s see, where on earth do I begin. I guess I’ll start by saying that this brand is based in Canada. As previously stated, they incorporate the use of healthy ingredients all without the use of shady ones. The owner/creator is a woman by the name of Anna Buss. She set out to create the perfect skin care product that would help her deal with rosacea issues that she has. The owner wanted to create a product that played a fitness as well as skin role. The only way to achieve that was to keep the product completely free and clear of any bad ingredients. I’m talking about things like parabens, animal oils, synthetic compounds, fragrances, BHA, and lots of other really bad ingredients. The brand itself is 100% vegan and it’s a cruelty-free brand.

The Website

I took a close look at the company website, just like I always do. I’m glad that I did too because I learned quite a bit about the brand and products in doing so. The first thing I can say about the Fitglow site is that it’s very easy to use and informative. They share everything you could possibly want to know about each of the products. For example, if you take a look at the skin care section of the site, you’ll notice that they display the products in a nice fashion, showcasing all of them.

I decided to scroll to the bottom section of the site to see what other information they shared and sure enough, they have a bunch of links that can help you have a better experience using the site. You’ll find links to the about us page, a contact us page, site policies and more. They also display some recognizable logos confirming that the products are in fact cruelty-free. They display a list of local spots where these products can be purchased. They are actually sold all over the world.

Return Policy

Speaking of the return policy, they actually have a very simple return policy which allows consumers to return any unused, unopened products within a 30-day period.

The Skin Care Products

Fitglow Beauty offers a bunch of skin care products for sale. The types of products is quite extensive. I’m talking about cleansers, toners, serums, moisturizers, face oils, masks, and last but not least exfoliants.

They’ve broken down each of these products into categories called Age Clear, Calm, and Vita Active C+. Not only that, but the company goes as far as stating how each of the products can help based on the concerns that you may have. In other words, Fitglow Beauty has covered their bases with regards to marketing and product information.

They’ve taken things one step further, providing information about each product category. I’ve listed the information below…

Vita Active C+

This Fitglow product category is great for those dealing with damaged skin, premature aging, hyperpigmentation, and radiance loss. The Vita Active C+ is great if you’re trying to “awaken” your skin and improve the overall health and brightness of your skin, along with smooth out some of the lines that might be present.

Calm

The next skin care category is called Calm. These products are supposed to calm the skin. They’ve been made with ingredients that are said to help fix rosacea and other skin flare-ups. The products are made with plant extracts and they are meant for people dealing with dry skin, stressed out skin, sensitive skin, and rosacea. Be prepared to spend between $39 – $94. One of the products within this category was featured in NewBeauty, the Redness Rescue Cream which costs $69.

Age Clear

Last but not least is the Age Clear category. The products within this category work hard to clear up your skin and renew it. Essentially, removing blemishes and clearing things up for good. You’ll find that there are lots of botanicals being used in this category. It was created to help clear up your blemishes, reduce the chances of scarring, promote healing and more. The products within this range cost between $46 and $109.

The Makeup

Fitglow Beauty has a bunch of makeup products for sale and they cover various categories such as complexions, lips, lashes, and even brushes. Some of the products they offer are Vita-Active Foundation, Vita-Set Powder, Good Lash+ Mascara, Lip Color Serum, Lip Color Cream, Lumi Firm Eye Bright, and Conceal Plus.

Should You Try Them?

Honestly, I can’t make this decision for you, but what I can say is that each of the products seems to have a strong consumer rating and the ingredients speak for themselves. If you’re interested in purchasing the products, then by all means, give them a shot. I think you’ll be glad that you did!

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