Beauty

Trying Out Good Molecules Skincare

September 27, 2022

Good Molecules was kind enough to send me some goodies to try out. Their entire focus is that their products make a difference in your skin by using ingredients backed by science. They are also safe for you and the planet to use as they are cruelty-free, paraben-free, and sulfate-free. Good Molecules prioritizes keeping their items low cost so they are accessible to as many people as possible. They have ~30 different available products as I write this for all different skin concerns, including dry skin, oily skin, acne-prone skin, aging skin, discoloration, and more. I was sent four different products after answering a couple of questions about my skin type and top skin care concerns.

Good Molecules gifted me these items with no obligation to share them, but all opinions are my own.

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Overnight Exfoliating Treatment – $6

Wake up to a smoother, clearer complexion with Overnight Exfoliating Treatment from Good Molecules. This blend of 10% alpha and beta hydroxy acids helps to resurface and renew, smoothing away dead skin cells and unclogging pores to reveal visibly radiant skin.

How to use: Apply a few drops to clean skin at night up to three times per week. Let sit for several minutes before continuing with your routine. May cause irritation if used with retinol or other acids. Always wear sunscreen when alpha hydroxy acids are part of your routine. If your skin is very sensitive, we recommend using once per week until your skin builds tolerance.

Discoloration Correcting Serum – $12

Improve the appearance of skin discoloration and uneven skin tone with Discoloration Correcting Serum. Formulated with an advanced form of tranexamic acid (cetyl tranexamate mesylate) and 4% niacinamide, this lightweight serum improves the appearance of age spots, acne scars, hyperpigmentation, and sun damage.

How to use: Apply a few drops in the morning and at night before oils and moisturizers. Suitable for daily use. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.

Niacinamide Brightening Toner – $14

Promote bright, even skin and less visible pores with this alcohol-free toner from Good Molecules. Niacinamide Brightening Toner is formulated with a soothing blend of brightening ingredients that work to reduce the appearance of dullness, uneven skin tone, and enlarged pores.

How to use: Dispense onto a cotton pad and gently sweep over freshly cleansed skin. Can also be dispensed into palms and patted into skin until fully absorbed. Suitable for daily use.

Silicone-Free Priming Moisturizer – $12

Smooth, hydrate, and prep your skin for makeup with Silicone-Free Priming Moisturizer from Good Molecules. Formulated with macadamia seed oil, shea butter, and a naturally derived silicone alternative, this lightweight daily moisturizer works to strengthen, condition, and protect skin from environmental stress—all while creating a smooth, plumped-up canvas for flawless makeup application.

How to use: Apply a pea-sized amount to clean skin. Let absorb for a few moments before applying sunscreen or makeup. Suitable for daily use.

I’ve really liked all the products they sent and have been using them for about six weeks now. The primer is my favorite, followed closely by the toner. I don’t dislike any of the products but I’ve especially enjoyed those two. The serums are fantastic and have become a staple in my routine, both morning and night. I had no irritation or negative reactions to adding these products into my routine. I’d definitely purchase these products on my own and have been eyeing some other products, as well, like the Yerba Mate Wake Up Eye Gel, Discoloration Correcting Body Treatment, Bakuchiol Oil Blend for Dry Skin, and the Pineapple Exfoliating Powder. The price points for all their products are amazing, which is a huge plus. Overall, I’m excited to try more from Good Molecules!

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