Botanipeutic uses active botanicals in their oils, which is a very trendy practice in todays market. Flowers, plants and extracts often have healing effects and can benefit your skin. Botanipeutic oils are scented and users report loving to wear them. We were interested in whether or not they delivered the results they promise.
Bakuchiol is a plant extract and its main area of focus is in the cell turnover process. Oils are typically more difficult to penetrate the skin with, many are trapped on the surface layers o the skin. This formula contains green tea, lavender and chamomile in addition to the bakuchiol.
Formula is nice but not overwhelmingly thoughtful or exciting. Big red flag of us is the lack of a moisturizer. This process of cell turnover dries the skin, adding a moisturizer is not only a convenience it’s essential. Now it may be true that you already use a moisturizer, but make sure you factor in the cost of using both products, and of course make sure your moisturizer works well with bakuchiol.
Some consumers prefer to use oils. If that is you, Botanipeutic may be for you. For us, it’s a firm pass. More effective products out there for less money.