The Tracie Martyn Face Resculpting Cream has a devoted following. This is the facial cream that Kate Winslet claims to use every day. It’s the cream that Georgia May Jagger swears by. And this is exactly why I was so excited to test it for myself and share it with you!
Effective AND Clean Ingredients
Once upon a time, there were two skincare roads. One road took you to the creams, serums, and potions that really worked. The other road took you to the skincare products that only used pure and safe natural ingredients. Never did these two roads meet.
That was then, and this is now. Tracie Martyn’s skincare combine the best of each road: effectiveness AND clean ingredients. And it’s a match made in heaven. Tracie Martyn proves that performance skincare doesn’t need problematic synthetic ingredients to work.
High-quality naturals, when expertly formulated, work wonders on skin.
The Difference I’ve Seen
I tested the Tracie Martyn Face Resculpting Cream for three weeks—but it only took about five nights before I knew this cream was fabulous. Here’s why I like this cream:
- My skin looks plump and firm, and continues to look increasingly plump and firm as time goes on.
- The texture is velvety but never greasy or oily. It absorbs quickly into skin.
- It minimizes redness.
- My pores appear smaller, which is fascinating because many ultra-moisturizing products don’t minimize pores.
- Little dry patches on my face (on the sides of my nose, around my mouth) have disappeared.
All of these changes I began seeing in the first week, but have only increased as time has gone on. The effects appear to be cumulative.
It Doubles as a Makeup Primer
Yup, you heard that right. Before Tracie Martyn began making her own skincare products, she was a professional makeup artist. She understands how crucial it is that our skincare products work with our makeup, not against it!
Inside the Ingredients
This is the full ingredient list for the Tracie Martyn Face Resculpting Cream: rose flower water, water, tricaprylin, squalane, cetearyl olivate, black currant seed oil, coco-glucoside, cetearyl alcohol, saccharide isomerate, caprylic/capric triglyceride, jojoba oil, rosehip fruit oil, glycerin, pumpkin seed extract, hydrogenated olive oil decyl esters, polyglyceryl-10 stearate, honeysuckle flower extract, trehalose(D), tocopherol, sunflower seed oil, green tea leaf extract, xanthan gum, rosa damascena flower oil, carnosine (L), tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate, disodium adenosine triphosphate, coenzyme A, caffeine, sucrose stearate, hydrogenated lecithin, rosemary leaf extract, glyceryl caprylate, glyceryl undecylenate, potassium sorbate.
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My friend, don’t be overwhelmed by the number of ingredients in this face cream. Yes, it’s a lengthy list, but with good reason. For instance, the black currant seed oil is a brilliant anti-aging ingredient that is naturally antibacterial and anti-inflammatory; it gives skin a plump, moisturized appearance. A range of enzymes and amino acids help to give skin a firmer (and therefore more lifted) appearance over time. And this formulation utilizes a specific form of Vitamin C called tetreahexyldecyl ascorbate that has a stronger track record than l-ascorbic acid at brightening skin tone.
Where to Purchase the Tracie Martyn Face Resculpting Cream
If you’re like me and your 30th birthday is in your rearview mirror, a skincare product like this is a YES, PLEASE. A 2.6 oz pump bottle of the Tracie Martyn Face Resculpting Cream is $108. You can purchase it on their website.
I estimate a bottle this size will last me at least two months with daily use.
*This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own.
**Products get makeovers too. Be sure to check if this product has been recently re-formulated before using it yourself.