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This Beetroot Moisturiser Was Really Not Up To The Beat

Editor’s Rating

2

In This Article

Introducing the Beetroot Moisturiser by SkinDiet, a novel entrant in the world of gel-based skincare designed with sensitive skin in mind. Novel because it claims to do so many things, but does none. Here’s the tea.

What Is It?

The Beetroot Moisturiser is a unique blend of nourishing beetroot extract and a cocktail of nutritional oils designed to brighten, improve texture, and provide all-day natural hydration to your skin. This lightweight hydra-gel formula is a powerhouse of hydration, boasting the equivalent nourishment of 8 beetroots in every jar. It’s crafted to lock in moisture, leave your skin pampered, soft, and supple, ready to take on any adventure.

Its promises a non-sticky, easy-spreading consistency for those looking for a moisturiser that absorbs quickly into the skin without leaving a greasy residue. Additionally, it claims to be suitable for all skin types. Whether you’re looking to achieve that flawless makeup base or simply yearning for a moisturiser that keeps your skin hydrated without the heaviness, the Beetroot Moisturiser claims to be your go-to solution.

Our Thoughts

Unfortunately, my experience with the Beetroot Moisturiser was less than ideal. Despite its promising description, I found that it may not be the best fit for sensitive skin types. Upon application, there was a noticeable sensation of discomfort and a burning feeling, raising concerns about its formulation for those with more reactive skin.

Moreover, the fragrance of the moisturiser, while intended to be refreshing and vibrant, came across as peculiar and somewhat off-putting, detracting from the overall experience of using the product. This aspect could be particularly subjective, but it was a notable point of contention – and why I won’t be repurchasing the product. The formulation can suck, and so can the packaging, but how hard is it to make a skincare product smell good?

One of the most significant drawbacks was the lack of expected collagen and hydration properties. Contrary to claims of deep hydration and skin nourishment, the moisturiser seemed to merely sit on the skin’s surface without penetrating deeply to provide lasting moisture or improve skin texture. The absence of any noticeable hydration effects left me questioning the efficacy of the formula.

How To Use It?

Take a small amount and apply it evenly across your face and neck, gently massaging until fully absorbed. However, given our observations, those with sensitive skin or particular fragrance sensitivities should approach with caution.

What It Looks Like

Good To Know
Inadequate Nourishment: Despite claims, fails to noticeably improve skin texture or brightness.
Unsuitable for All Skin Types: Not recommended for reactive or sensitive skin.

In Conclusion

So overall, no pros - just cons. Would not recommend it. Although, the pink colour of the moisturiser is kind of cute but not cute enough for me to repurchase.

08 Feb 2024

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