Origins GinZing Review

September 7, 2017

If you're anything like me, you've probably struggled at one point or another to find a skin care routine that works with your skin, rather than against it. I mean, who hasn't? 

This year, particularly, has been full of issues when it comes to my skin. Between moving to a much drier climate last November and my own self-imposed decision to find a "better" skin care routine (which included over using certain products), my skin decided it had had enough. 

I learned that my skin is dehydrated. Which means it feels dry and tight when I get out of the shower but is still very oily at the end of the day. 

That's where the GinZing Gel Moisturizer has become a life saver. It seemed like every moisturizer I tried prior was ultimately making the oil problem (and subsequently acne) worse. My skin would feel super soft but looked like absolute shit after a few weeks. Not the case with Origins GinZing Gel Moisturizer, at all. It smells amazing and just disappears into your skin. It's lightweight and makes your skin feel hydrated. I've already purchased a second jar and I'm only about half way through the first. 

I also tried Origins eye cream and facial scrub cleanser from the GinZing Line and I have to say that while I do like the other two products, there wasn't as much of a wow factor as with the moisturizer. The scrub has the same scent as the moisturizer and does an effective job at cleansing, I just still prefer my regular cleanser. I did like it for my arms and my bum where I'm also prone to unevenness and occasional acne. 

The GinZing eye cream did throw me off a little upon first opening the jar because of the color of the cream and the lack of scent, but I do think it helps perk up my eyes in the AM and is a welcome boost of moisture for that delicate under eye area at night as well. I will probably repurchase this as well. 

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