STYLECASTER.COM, JULY 2018
Pure Skin Face Cleanser featured in a '6 Must-Have Beauty Products for your Skin Care Routine' story. The editor lists the product as her top recommendation for a cleanser for normal skin, saying, 'When it comes to finding the best cleanser, let your unique skin be your guide and choose a product designed to target your primary skin concern.
Facial Radiance Pads
MARIECLAIRE.COM, JULY 2018
Facial Radiance Pads featured in a 'The Anti-Aging Cheat Sheet for Really, Really Lazy People' story. The editor says, 'get the skin of your dreams, without having to completely overhaul your life – or even your bedtime habits.' For 'Level 3' of laziness, or the most lazy people, the editor recommends using a once-weekly glycolic acid treatment, featuring the product as her top recommendation for those with sensitive skin.
Hello FAB Coconut Water Cream
BUZZFEED.COM, JULY 2018
Hello FAB Coconut Water Cream featured in a '25 Beauty Products That Are Going To Change Your Damn Life' story. The editor highlights the product, saying 'First Aid Beauty's Coconut Water Cream takes the wonders of actual coconut water to create a hydrating moisturizer that's rich in electrolytes and oil-free — so it's basically heaven for your skin.
Ultra Repair Tinted Moisturizer SPF 30 - 6 Shades Available
THEFASHIONSPOT.COM, JULY 2018
Ultra Repair Tinted Moisturizer SPF 30 featured in a '14 Tinted Sunscreens for Lazy Summer Days' story. The editor highlights the product, stating, 'Available in six shades, this tinted moisturizer is very hydrating, making it an ideal pick for drier skin types. Its included SPF 30 is nothing to sneeze at and its coverage is nice too — pleasantly glowy with a buildable formula.
Ultra Repair Instant Oatmeal Mask
BUZZFEED.COM, JULY 2018
Ultra Repair Instant Oatmeal Mask featured in a 'There's A Perfect Face Mask For You, No Matter How Much Time You Have' story. The editor notes that the mask 'addresses dry, dehydrated skin head-on with a soothing formula of colloidal oatmeal and avena sativa oat bran, as well as shea butter and sea buckthorn to avoid any post-mask redness.
Ultra Repair Pure Mineral Sunscreen Moisturizer SPF 40
USATODAY.COM, JULY 2018
Ultra Repair Pure Mineral Sunscreen Moisturizer SPF 40 featured in 'The Best SPF Products for Summer' roundup. The editor highlights her top sunscreen picks. She features the product, saying 'First Aid Beauty Ultra Repair Pure Mineral Sunscreen Moisturizer SPF 40 is another no-frills, multi-tasking moisturizer.
Hello FAB Ginger & Turmeric Vitamin C Jelly Mask
STYLECASTER.COM, JUNE 2018
Hello FAB Ginger & Turmeric Vitamin C Jelly Mask featured in a '20 Jelly-Based Beauty Products for Your Coolest Summer Yet' story. The editor states, 'Your skin will thank you for using this superfood-infused mask after a long day under the hot summer sun.
THEZOEREPORT.COM, JUNE 2018
Anti-Redness Serum featured in a 'Under-$100 Skincare Routines for Every Age Group' story. The editor says, 'it's important to continue updating your go-to products as you enter different stages of life to address your skin's ever-changing needs. In your twenties, your skincare routine is about as simple as it's gonna get. This is the point where you want to prioritize cleansing, moisturizing and loading up on all the SPF. Try adding a hydrating serum and eye cream to take all the preventative measures possible.
5 in 1 Face Cream SPF 30
SELF.COM, JUNE 2018
First Aid Beauty 5 in 1 Face Cream with SPF 30 featured in an article titled 'I Had a Dermatologist Critique My Skin-Care Routine—and Here's What I'm Changing.' The editor talks about her use of sunscreen every day. Dr. Shah says, 'For day-to-day use, if all you’re doing is going to the office and grabbing lunch, then you can use a moisturizer that contains SPF.
FAB Skin Lab Retinol Serum 0.25% Pure Concentrate
BYRDIE.COM, JUNE 2018
FAB Skin Lab Retinol Serum 0.25% Pure Concentrate featured in a 'This Is How Long It Takes for Retinol to Actually ‘Work’ story. The editor describes how when you first start using a retinol or prescription retinoid, your skin goes through a process called 'retinization', and that you will only start to see results by week 12, or three months in. 'When you're first starting out, you can use a retinol or retinoid every third night, but once your skin builds up a tolerance, try applying every other night (or every night if your skin can handle it) for best results. Sunlight deactivates retinoic acid, so only apply before going to bed.