Belli Complexion Protection Duo, Facial Hydrator, and Eye Cream Review

Belli is a luxury skin care line created to safely address the common concerns of pregnancy and early motherhood, including stretch marks, swollen feet, dry skin, c-section scars, and under-eye dark circles. The Belli line utilizes gentle and natural ingredients to ensure their variety of skin care products are safe and protection for women women during and after pregnancy, as well as for newborn babies.

Since I have sensitive and problematic skin, I really relished the opportunity to test a few products from the Belli skincare line. I have been using their Healthy Glow Facial Hydrator ($32) and Eye Brightening Cream ($36.60) daily for over a month now. I can't say that I have noticed particular brightening with the eye cream, but I find the Facial Hydrator to be quite a charm. Despite my fear, it did not break me out one bit. It smells pleasant and unobtrusive while hydrating well for even the rough winter season.

Belli Complexion Protection Duo ($39.99 at SkinCareRX)
This duo contains Acne Cleansing Facial Wash & Anti-Chloasma Facial Sunscreen. These safety-focused formulations address acne and uneven skin tone on the face caused by hormones. 

Next on the list is the Belli Complexion Duo, which consists of an acne cleansing facial wash and anti-chloasma facial sunscreen. I have to say that I really love the facial wash! It feels and smells gentle, but has just the right ingredients to keep acne at bay and feel rejuvenate my skin. I have a feeling it won't cure a bad breakout session, but the lactic acid does a great job of clearing the pores.

Anti-Chloasma Facial Sunscreen

The facial sunscreen itself is good since it is nonirritating and has SPF 25, but don't let the "tinted" aspect fool you. It is a sunscreen first and foremost and will not replace a foundation or tinted moisturizer. Apply too much and you will notice the ghastly look sunscreens so often give off. I personally like to moisturize first and then apply a thin layer of sunscreen before applying my foundation.

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  1. I wish I had known of this brand when I was pregnant, I pretty much just avoided all skincare products and my skin was dry and just bad

  2. Well, it isn't just for pregnant woman so you can definitely try it now! :)

  3. This product sounds promising. I wouldn't mind trying it out.

  4. Great review! If its safe for pregnant women then its safe enough for us non-pregnant women, hehehe...

  5. Exactly my thought ;)