I’ve been on a tear lately, running through skin care research like a madman. Seriously, it happens and when I get focused, I just laser focused. One of the brands that I’ve recently checked out is the Foxbrim Skin Care company. It’s actually quite common for companies like Foxbrim to emerge from the woodwork these days. What I mean by that is, there are a lot of companies out there trying to take the more natural and organic approach to skin care. They do this for a number of reasons. Since it’s trending, it only makes sense that others jump on board.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not bashing the fact that everyone is trying to go organic and natural – TRUST ME.
If anything, I’m all for eliminating synthetic ingredients for the greater good of the world and your skin. However, one thing you need to understand is that just because some skin care company comes along and claims to make products using organic ingredients doesn’t necessarily that these products (the Foxbrim brand included) are the best option for you.
The hard truth is that too often, organic skin care products just aren’t strong enough for people today. They can’t fix these difficult acne issues that people are dealing with day to day. They cannot eliminate the need for some stronger options. However, if you can get away with using an organic ingredient then go for it.
Now, one other thing I need to mention is that not all ingredients that are NOT organic are bad for you. Just because there is some product out there that contains an ingredient which doesn’t fall under the organic category doesn’t mean that it’s not good for you. You also need to remember that just because a product/ingredient is organic doesn’t mean that it won’t cause an allergic reaction.
Keep in mind, I’m referring to all skin care products and not simply trying to single out any brand at all, especially not Foxbrim. I just happen to be covering the Foxbrim brand today. At any rate, if you’re planning on trying any skin product, then you should consult with a professional before doing so.
The Foxbrim Skin Care Website
Per usual, my neurotic self-wasted zero time diving right into the Foxbrim website. It’s almost impossible for me to avoid doing this within the first 15 seconds of starting my review. That’s good news for you and anyone else reading the review though. Anyway, here’s what you need to know about this website. To sum things up in one sentence, it’s got it all. No, but really…
They hold nothing back in terms of information that they provide consumers. Some skin care companies operate shady operations where they don’t even provide contact information. This site has a number prominently displayed for anyone with any questions at all. Comforting, to say the least.
When you visit the site, you’ll quickly notice that the brand has been featured in a bunch of publications such as InTouch Weekly, Life&Style Weekly, and Organic Spa Magazine as well as ENews Hollywood.
I like how they come right out and make mention of all the great things that this brand is associated with. For example, they have a 100% satisfaction guarantee, the brand is cruelty-free and vegan-friendly. The ingredients have been handpicked and scientifically formulated. The products are natural and organic and they yield results.
I dug a bit deeper and came across 1784 reviews on the corporate site. Showcasing these reviews shows that the products are basically 5-star products, however, you must take this with a grain of salt. Look to third-party sites for your review information. Hint, hint, you’re already doing that if you’re reading this.
The company has a guarantee which they’ve prominently displayed on the site too. It’s a 100% satisfaction money-back guarantee. They give full refunds.
I’d also like to mention that they display all the merchants they work with along with the delivery services.
The Foxbrim Products
It would be impossible for me to sleep at night if I didn’t cover the Foxbrim products. More importantly, I must cover the ingredients as that’s what makes these things truly powerful. As for products, they’ve covered quite an extensive list of them and they are all for sale on the website. You’ll find masks, facial oils, serums, skin treatments, hair products, toners, body washes and more. There are too many for me to cover but I can tell you that most range between $10 – $25 so they are very affordable and on the low end in terms of product costs today.
As for some of the best sellers, I’d have to say that the vitamin C serum, pure argan oil, coconut milk cleanser, and the Youthful Radiance eye cream are all the most popular products that Foxbrim offers for purchase.
Some of the products:
Vitamin C Serum – This one is pretty obvious. It’s a product that incorporates the use of vitamin C. The Foxbrim vitamin C lotion is one that many people use to repair their skin. It contains ingredients like organic aloe vera, hyaluronic acid, witch hazel, jojoba oil and more.
Peptide Serum – The peptide serum was created in order to tighten your skin. It was created to help encourage collagen production through the use of peptides. You’ll find a ton of antioxidants in the product, hyaluronic acid, and green tea.
Retinol Cream – The Foxbrim company creates a product known as the Premium Retinol Cream and it contains an Advanced Complex formula based on my research. If you’re battling wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and other typical skin issues, then this can certainly help. The main ingredient in this product is retinol (surprise, surprise) and it’s incorporated to help move the skin shedding process along. You’ll also find ingredients such as jojoba oil, sunflower oil, and vitamin E as well as shea butter and aloe vera.
Third Party Reviews
I took the time to dig into some of the product reviews written on Foxbrim and there are a ton out there. The first place I check was trusty Amazon.com. In doing so, I learned that the Foxbrim Retinol Cream is rated 4.5 out of 5.0 and that’s based on 611 reviews. I kept digging and came across another review written on the Vitamin C Serum for your face and Influenster.com has the product rated as a 4.8 out of 5.0, based on 16 reviews too.
Another way to tell if consumers really love the brand and the products are to check out the activity on Instagram. Based on the 17k+ followers, I’d say they are doing something right. That’s a lot of fans, no doubt about that!
I personally think that these products look pretty promising. They have a good reputation and that counts for something today for sure. Especially since there are so many awful skin care scams out there in the world today. My advice would be to give this brand a shot and see if you like it. For the short amount of money, you’ll have to invest, it’s worth a shot.