Sibu Beauty Review & Giveaway!


I was provided several items from the Sibu Beauty line to facilitate my review. As always, I provided my honest opinion.

I am not a fashion model. Yes, there I said it. I have crazy skin that is oily in some places and dry in others. I have tried many different beauty products. My face gets blotchy randomly and I can only wear one type of makeup or I will break out. Normally, I cant even wash my face or neck with soap. Recently though I was given the chance to try out several products from Sibu Beauty and it changed my life.

About Sibu Beauty:
The journey to create a successful company can be as arduous as scaling a Tibetan mountainside, but well worth the view from the top. Bruce McMullin founded Sibu in 2003 after series of events led him to Calcutta, India where he crossed paths with an ayurvedic specialist in Chinese plants and herbs. In passing, this expert mentioned a powerful holy fruit, the seabuckthorn berry.

From there McMullin’s quest took him to new heights, figuratively and literally, as he journeyed to some of the most remote locations of the Himalayas to find the superior source of seabuckthorn that is the foundation for all Sibu products.

I was given most of the line to try and they are all amazing products. You can view the Sibu Beauty product line here.  My favorite would have to be the Sea Buckthorn Rejuvenating Night Cream and the Sea Buckthorn Balancing Facial Cleanser. I love the way the Night Cream feels on my face. It makes my skin feel so soft and amazingly doesn’t break me out at all. The facial cleanser leaves my skin feeling smooth and clean and I haven’t seen a splotch in days. I have never had such luck with a skin product before. I think its because of the sea buckthorn.

What is Sea Buckthorn?
High in the Tibetan Himalayas (12,000 feet above sea level) grows a tiny but resilient fruit that resists the harsh weather conditions and high altitudes. The sea buckthorn berry fortifies itself against the elements by producing an array of powerful nutrients. With over 190 bioactive compounds, sea buckthorn is an unsurpassed source of Omegas 3, 6, and 9. And it’s a rich source of the elusive essential fatty acid, Omega-7, an essential fatty acid vital to collagen production and healthy skin, hair and nails.

1300 years of beauty

Sea buckthorn is a natural product with 1300 years of traditional uses with the modern scientific research to back it up. Our superior processing techniques and our premium and exclusive source of sea buckthorn allow us to create a revolutionary group of beauty products
I wish I had discovered Sibu Beauty earlier. Like maybe in my days of going actual places without a child attached to my hip. I am going to continue using the products I received. I need to use the Sea Buckthorn Eye Cream more often. I am starting to get wrinkles and creases up there. According to Sibu Beauty, your face is the first place to show the effects of stress and aging. Looking at a mirror, I believe it.
To find out more about Sibu Beauty, you can visit them on their website, follow them on Twitter, or like them on Facebook. You can also get more info from the Sibu Beauty Blog.
To purchase Sibu Beauty products, you can visit their online store or you can use the store locator to find a store near you. September is Skincare Awareness Month and if you act fast, Sibu Beauty has a special offer for you. You can get 20% off plus free shipping on a Sibu 3-Pack Introductory Offer. The package includes: Cleanse & Detox Sea Buckthorn Facial Soap, Repair & Protect Sea Buckthorn Facial Cream and Cellular Support Sea Buckthorn Oil Gel Caps.

 


Author: Kat

Kat is a married mom of three kids aged 19, 11, and 8 that lives close to Birmingham, AL. She loves cats, books, cooking, hockey, and watching movies. She is an admitted nerd, comic book lover, action figure & barbie doll collector, blackjack dealer, beginner croupier, and all around queen of the dorks. You can reach her at topkat@katbalogger.com to talk about product reviews, press trips, sponsorships, or brand messaging.