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Sibu Beauty Sea Buckthorn Review: a Sponsored Post

By Matthewspuzzle @matthewspuzzle

Disclosure: I have received Sibu Beauty products to help facilitate my review. All opinions are my own.


You would think by now I would know every single supplement and alternative remedy known to mankind, but Sibu Beauty introduced me to one I had never heard of. It is Sea Buckthorn. Sea Buckthorn is a Himalayan berry that is known for its “beauty” properties. Sibu Beauty is harnessing that berry to create paraben free and cruelty free products.

I had a chance to sample the Sibu Beauty Sea Buckthorn Body Cream, the Sibu Raw, the Sibu Beauty Sea Buckthorn Hydrating Serum and Sibu Beauty Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil. I love the Sibu Beauty Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil. I am using it on my small lines around my mouth. After just one application I noticed a difference. I actually was surprised and couldn’t believe it was working that quickly. It has also helped ease the lines from my nose to my mouth. For me, it is like a face-lift in a bottle.   The Sibu Beauty Sea Buckthorn Body Cream has a light orange scent which is very pleasant. I have been using it on my legs especially to try to liven them up and get ready for leg baring fashions. Winter is not kind to my skin and makes it very dry and ashen, the Sibu Beauty Sea Buckthorn Body Cream is helping to awaken and brighten my skin. I love the scent and how quickly the cream is absorbed without leaving me feeling oily or sticky.

The Sibu Raw may be the most exciting product. Although I have only been using it a few days it has interesting potential. Dr. Oz says it may help you stay thin, and it should help aid in waste elimination. It tastes a lot like pineapple that is not sweet. I take a shot glass full of it a day.

I’ve been very impressed with the Sibu Beauty products I have tried. If the Sibu Beauty Sea Buckthorn Seed Oil continues to work the way it has been for me, I will be purchasing my next bottle in a little while.

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