By now, you’ve probably seen the headlines that the brand Cahaya Beauty has developed a new skin care line called Beautiful Dusky Skin.
According to the company’s Instagram account, the new line uses a blend of ingredients and ingredients that are “made for skin, not cosmetics,” but that are said to be safe to use on “the whole body.”
Cahaya, however, has also taken the wraps off a new product in the line, Beauty Skin Elixir.
This new facial wash uses ingredients like coconut oil, vitamin E, and vitamin E-rich extracts to “deliver hydration and smooth skin.”
Beauty Skin is a “skin care cleanser” that uses a mixture of ingredients to deliver hydration, according to Cahaya’s website.
The cleanser comes in a glass bottle with a “naturally hydrating” formula.
The company’s website also states that the product “is ideal for sensitive skin” and that it’s “available in a variety of formulations.”
So, does this facial wash actually work?
We did some research and found that the Beauty Skin formula is not a “natural” facial cleanser, but rather a “high-performance skin care product” that contains ingredients such as vitamins E and E-Rich.
We also contacted the company for more information about the ingredients and how they work together to deliver “delivery hydration” and “smooth skin.”
What exactly does this “skin cleansing” product do?
This cleanser contains the following ingredients: Coconut oil (the “coconut oil,” or “coco oil”) Coconut extract (the extract from coconut) Vitamin E (the vitamin E found in coconut) Organic Vitamin E serum (the serum that contains the vitamin E) Organic vitamin E cream (the cream that contains vitamin E), and coconut water (the ingredient that is “added to water for a smoother skin”).
We tested the product out on our own skin and found it to be quite effective.
Our skin felt smoother and smoother on the face.
It was so gentle that it felt almost like you were drinking the product itself, but not overly so.
However, we did notice that we could feel a slight, slight oiliness on the surface of our face, but we did not experience any skin irritation or breakouts.
However (and this is a big but), we did experience some slight irritation with the product, especially when we used it on our nose.
This could be because the product is more concentrated on the nose than the face, or because of the added ingredients.
So, we’d definitely recommend this product for someone who wants a gentle cleanser on the entire face, and who doesn’t mind feeling slightly oily and/or dry.
This product also comes with a $20 voucher for a free sample of a moisturizing product.
This was a bit disappointing, because we were hoping for a product that would give our skin a “smoother” and more moisturizing feel, but this product didn’t seem to do much to improve our skin at all.
Beauty Skin has a new face wash coming out in October, so if you’re interested in checking it out, you can purchase the product through the company website, or through their Amazon affiliate program.
This facial wash is only available in a limited time, and there’s no word yet on whether or not it will work on oily or dry skin.