I uploaded a video on my Youtube channel showcasing products I received from One to Ten –
They focus on precuring brands that are ”botanical” (I will not be using the words clean or natural here) – as these contains essential oils and more plant-based ingredients.
I hope you enjoy the swatches in the video and also my thoughts on the products!
You can see pictures of the products and ingredient lists below:
Ground Plan Secret Mist: LINK
INGREDIENT LIST: LINK
Thoughts: A good, sturdy spray. Not a huge fan of Witch Hazel though.
Six Sense Facial Oil: LINK
Ingredient list IS ON THE SAME WEBSITE AS ABOVE.
Thoughts: I will be putting this on the ends of my hair for added shine.
The Lotus Jeju Botanical pH Balancing Cleanser: LINK
INGREDIENT LIST: Found on this site: LINK
Thoughts: It’s a really big bottle! like the consistency.
Jeju Botanical Eye Cream: It’s very strange, I can’t seem to find this cream except for on eBay… INGREDIENTS LIST: I have put pictures up as I can’t find the ingredients list or the product page of this eye cream anywhere (except eBay).
Thoughts: The texture is really nice for an eye cream, spreadable!
Round A Round: Greentea Cica Barrier Cream: LINK 1 / LINK 2
INGREDIENT LIST: Can’t find the full list but it’s on this site (partially): LINK
Thoughts: I thought this was going to be heavy, glad it wasn’t! Nice than the Joan Day and Night Cream I’d say if you’re looking for a ”botanical” cream 🙂
Be the Skin Botanical Nutrition Power Serum: LINK
INGREDIENT LIST: LINK
Thoughts: I really like the packaging. Love a good pump package with a cap on top (good to travel with), and was surprised by the light consistency!
Be the Skin Pore Serum: LINK
Be the Skin Botanical Nutrition Power Cream: LINK
Etude House Soon Jung Hydro Barrier Cream: LINK
Skin Food Honey Propolis Essence: LINK
Neogen Joan Day and Night Cream: LINK
Note: I discussed the Joan Day and Night Cream HERE
Disclaimer: I am a skincare enthusiast and not a skin expert. I am not qualified to give out dermatological advice. This type of advice should only be given by a medical practitioner. Upon trying / using any of the reviewed products on the blog, please follow the manufacturer’s instructions and warnings and please seek medical advice if needed.