IMPORTANT: I forgot to mention that this brand may not be optimal for people seeking natural ingredients. Some products contain ingredients such as parabens, some don’t – check ingredients if this is a concern for you.
Also, correction: Kiehl’s compares the PREVIOUS generation of the men’s cream to the Super multi-corrective cream (I found this in their comments to people who were unhappy with the updated generation).
Kiehl’s Healthy Skin Squad –
Midnight Recovery Botanical Cleansing Oil –
Calendula Deep Cleansing Foaming Face Wash –
Ultra Facial Toner –
Calendula Herbal Extract Toner –
Powerful Reducing Line Concentrate –
Ultra Facial Cream –
Super Multi-Corrective Cream –
Clearly Corrective Brightening & Smoothing Treatment –
Defender Moisturizer Firming Lifting Treatment for Men –
Glow Formula Skin Hydrator –
Daily Reviving Concentrate –
Midnight Recovery Concentrate –
Eye Creams –
Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado –
Midnight Recovery Eye –
Youth Dose Eye Treatment –
Ginger Leaf & Hibiscus Firming Mask –
Calendula & Aloe Soothing Hydration Mask –
This video is part of an (extremely long) series in which I trial a brand or theme’s skincare products for two weeks; afterward, I give a review of each product based on my experience, the ingredients, and the cost. I film these bare faced (with the skincare discussed applied) for transparency.
Common Questions/Gripes –
🔹”Are you sponsored?” No, never. I don’t want money from any brand to corrupt what I do here.
🔹”Two weeks isn’t enough time” In my own experience, the changes from week 1 to 2 are often intense, but past that, the EFFECT seems to taper out. YMMV, and some products only show the effect around 6 months (retinol, peptides, etc).
🔹”Can you discuss more studies?” Not really – due to time constraints. I wish I had endless time, and if I did I would offer citations. Unfortunately, I cannot make a thesis out of each video. I apologize!
🔹”Can you tone down the science?” I get this a lot and like the above question – not really. I try to walk the middle ground here, but skincare IS science. It’s tough to separate!
🔹”Should I rely on your review?” These videos are made to share my own experience and general thoughts. For YOUR routine, I always recommend visiting your dermatologist!
ALL OPINIONS IN THIS VIDEO ARE MY OWN; I welcome differing opinions, but can’t read minds – leave your experience in the comments.
All products purchased with my own money. Not sponsored. Links in this description are affiliate links through which I make a small commission.
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