Monday, March 12, 2018

TBBTalks: All About Skincare

I am really enjoying The Blended Blog's link-ups and I've met some great new bloggers through them.  Today we're talking all about skincare.

Almost a year ago, I went back to using Melaleuca's products.  I wanted products that were good for us, good for our household, and good for the environment.  All of my skincare comes from their Sei Bella range.  Melaleuca is a wellness membership company and you can view the products here, but you have to be a member to see the prices and purchase them.

Make-up Remover // Cleansing Facial Wipes
Cleanser // Hydrating Facial Cleanser for normal skin
Toner // Advanced Youth Revital Hydrating Toner
Moisturizer // Advanced Revital R3 Age-Defying Triple-Benefit Creme

Specialty Products:
Eyes // Multi-Benefit Eye Treatment because I'm one of those women of a certain age!
Mask // Complete Radiance Clay Facial Masque

It was strange at first to switch from picking up skincare products at Target, or browsing through Ulta or Sephora and trying to decide if I wanted to try out a new product.  There are so many to choose from, it's overwhelming at times.  What I love now is that I don't go to the stores to shop for skincare.  I order products for us each month and they come in the mail.  I've found what works, I don't spend time or money checking out new products, and I love how the Sei Bella range makes my skin feel.


  1. I've never heard of the brand of skincare products but I love the idea of the convenience! Stick with what you like and what works, I say! Have a great Monday!

  2. I have never heard of that line, Pamela. I will definitely look into it. Have a wonderful week.

  3. Oh my gah - that stuff is still around? My aunt's sold it in the 80's when it was a DSM. Glad it's a win for you and a blast from the past for me! Good times!

  4. I've never heard of it either, but I'm happy you have a line you love. That's half the battle!!! Have a great week!

  5. Good for you finding something that works! If it isn’t broke, don’t fix it!