Good Medicine Beauty Lab Review

Good Medicine Skincare Review

I am always interested in trying new organic/natural skin care companies. The Good Medicine Beauty Lab definitely piqued my interest when my Aunt, who is a fellow beauty lover, was showing me some of the products she had purchased. What I love most about the brand is that the prices are reasonable for the ingredients that are in the products. Let’s go ahead and get into the reviews!

Good Medicine Skincare Review

This Indigo Restoration Body Cream ($15) has such a unique scent, but I love it! You can purchase this body cream in a 2 oz (pictured above $15), a 9 oz ($24), or a 16 oz ($30). This leaves my skin feeling so soft, and my favorite thing about it, is that it is lightweight and sinks in very fast! That is usually what I look for in a body lotion!

Some of the key ingredients include the essential oils of Frankincense, Amber, and Myrrh. The cream also contains olive oil, aloe vera, raw honey, and many more heavenly ingredients!

Good Medicine Skincare Review

Sadly, I am not the biggest fan of this Honey Bee Blossoming Revelation Mask ($28). I would probably like it if I could get over the smell of  the product. It has a VERY strong wild honey scent. Usually, I like the scent of honey, but I can hardly handle it in this product. Other than the smell, I haven’t noticed any drastic improvements in my skin, but the mask is really great for acne prone skin, and it did seem to tighten my skin! If you can get over the smell, this is a good product.

Some of the ingredients include: Wild raw honey, wildcrafted desert sage, wildcrafted juniper berry, pure extracts of organic limes, organic aloe vera, glycerin, organic apple cider vinegar, and more!

Good Medicine Skincare Review

Now, for my favorite product, the Clarity Awakening Face Cream ($32)! This was the only face cream that I took with me on my trip to the Virgin Islands, and completely was a life-saver. I got a horrible sunburn on my face since my sunscreen wasn’t waterproof. I applied this every morning and night and my face didn’t peel hardly at all. I was pretty impressed considering how drastic it was. The only place that I ended up peeling was on my hairline.

Some of the key ingredients that this cream contains are: wildcrafted desert sage, wildcrafted juniper berry, wildcrafted larrea, organic dandelion and organic alfalfa. Organic olive oil, organic aloe vera, organic cold pressed coconut oil, organic CO2 calendula extract, raw honey, and more!

This is most definitely my new favorite cream moisturizer!

Good Medicine Skincare Review

The Honey Dew Youth Serum ($10) smells similar to the Honey Bee Mask, but it is not quite as strong. I ordered the sample size for $10, but a little amount of this serum seriously goes a long way. I do notice clearer, firmer, more radiant skin when I use this serum! It is a great product, and the scent truly does fade quickly, so it isn’t a big deal at all.

The ingredients include: Purified water, freshly juiced organic grapefruit, organic cucumber, organic potato, and organic lime. Organic aloe vera, xanthan gum, organic olive oil, organic plant-based lecithin, raw honey, sodium benzoate, co2 extracted calendula, vitamin E T-50. Also the serum contains the essential oils and attars of juniper berry, frankincense, myrrh and amber.

Good Medicine Skincare Review

The Starry Eyes Brightening Eye Cream has slowly became my go-to. I love love love this eye cream. It smells absolutely wonderful and just a very small amount of this goes a long way, so the sample size ($10) has lasted me for a while! This cream truly does brighten the under-eye and makes you look much more awake and refreshed!

The ingredient list includes: wildcrafted desert sage, wildcrafted juniper berry, wildcrafted larrea, organic dandelion and organic alfalfa. Organic olive oil, organic aloe vera, glyceryl stearate, cetearyl alcohol, sodium stearyl lactylate, rice powder, sweet almond oil, avocado oil, kukui nut oil, jojoba oil, wheat germ oil, sesame oil, castor oil, beeswax, shea butter, mango butter, avocado butter, cocoa butter, tripeptide-29, acetyl hexapeptide-8, algae extract, pullulan, co enzyme Q-10, glycerin, organic cold pressed coconut oil, organic CO2 calendula extract, raw honey, lactobacillus ferment, wasabi extract, vitamin E T-50, vitamin B.

Also, the eye cream includes essential oils and attars of frankincense, amber, myrrh, carrot seed, rosemary, rosewood and geranium. If you have been looking for an eye cream with fantastic ingredients and that truly works, look no further!


I hope you all enjoyed this review of the products I purchased from The Good Medicine Beauty Lab! Have a fantastic day, everyone!


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