The Pale Blossoms Organics products featured in this post were provided for editorial consideration. All opinions are 100% my own.
There are several spacious Starbucks in my nearby vicinity that serve as the unofficial office space for Painted Ladies. That is and has been a good thing and through the years I’ve met some amazing people just by sitting down with my laptop and working on editing photos and writing. A few weeks ago I was doing that very thing when a man named Ron sitting next to me asked if I was a blogger and quickly introduced me to his wife’s line of skincare products, Pale Blossoms Organics.
Ron quickly told me the story of their company and a couple of weeks later I met up with Kelly, who creates and hand makes the organic, vegan and eco-friendly skin and body care products that are in the Pale Blossoms Organics beauty brand, which was actually named by Kelly’s daughter.
Kelly started off looking for skincare products that she felt comfortable using on her kids. She did a lot of research, did product testing, and even took classes learning how to make skincare products. Her friends and family loved her products,and eventually, with the encouragement of her husband, she started producing her products en masse and selling them at fairs and arts and crafts shows. The response to Kelly’s skincare products was incredible and over the past few years she’s built up a nice following and has even placed her products in a few local stores.
Kelly’s goal is to offer excellent skincare at reasonable prices, and from what I’ve tried she’s accomplishing that very well. Over the past few weeks I’ve been testing two best sellers from Pale Blossoms Organics, which are Rejuvenate Your Face Butter and the Activated Charcoal Cream Mask. Kelly and I did a quick Facebook Live chat and she explains her products in full. You can check it out here.
Pale Blossoms Organics Rejuvenate Your Face Butter ($34.50) is designed to deeply hydrate skin and prevent signs of aging. This butter is smooth, lightweight and so easy to apply. My skin feels moisturized, not overwhelmed. Key ingredients include coconut oil, shea butter, avocado oil, pomegranate seed extract, Frankincense oil and licorice.
Pale Blossoms Organics Activated Charcoal Cream Mask ($27) is one of the most interesting charcoal masks I’ve ever used. I usually associate charcoal masks with clay masks, and this one doesn’t contain clay at all. It’s very lightweight and formulated with aloe vera, olive oil, jojoba oil and hyaluronic acid. The charcoal works to gently remove impurities from your skin and the hyaluronic acid helps add moisture.
My Final Thoughts: I’m so glad I met Kelly and her husband Ron at Starbucks! I’m very much enjoying the skincare products I’ve tried from Pale Blossoms Organics and predict we’ll be seeing a lot more from this stellar brand in the future.