A few months ago the Good Molecules team reached out and asked if they could send me some skincare products. At first I wasn’t sure if I was interested. After all, skincare is not something I like to experiment with. Once I find something that works, I stick with it. Which is probably why I’ve been using the same face wash for 10 years. However, after I did some research into the Good Molecules line, I was excited to try it out!

Good Molecules Skincare Review - Caffeine Energizing Hydrogel Eye Patches, Silicone Free Moisturizing Primer, Super Peptide Serum, Clarify & Cleanse Bar, Hyaluronic Acid Serum, Instant Cleansing Balm, Ultra-Hydrating Facial Oil, and Pure Cold Pressed Rosehip Seed Oil.

Good Molecules is an affordable skincare line from Beautylish.com. (Beautylish is like Sephora. For example, they carry brands like ABH, Natasha Denona, and Charlotte Tilbury, but also carry non-Sephora brands like BY TERRY, Inglot, and Smith & Cult.) Not only are all Good Molecules products cruelty free, but almost all of them are vegan. (Everything except the Vitamin C Booster and the Niacinimide Serum.) Plus, they’re all very affordable. I’m talking in the $6-$18 range. Another thing I love about Good Molecules is that their products are “no nonsense”. The packaging is sleek, and the products are practical and to the point.

Not only are the products inexpensive and practical, but they’re also super easy to add into your normal beauty routine. Especially since most of the products are serums or oils. With that in mind, the Super Peptide Serum, Hyaluronic Acid Serum, and the Ultra-Hydrating Facial Oil have become some of my favorite new must haves. Furthermore, if you read my post all about facial steamers, you’ll know that Hyaluronic Acid is super hot right now in the beauty and skincare industry. Plus, I think just about everyone could use a little more hydration in their skin.

Good Molecules Skincare Review

Another of my favorite Good Molecules products is the Silicone Free Priming Moisturizer ($14). Not only is it Silicone Free, but it’s also Fragrance Free, Alcohol Free, Mineral Oil Free, and PEG Free. Plus, it’s a 2-in-1 product that will hydrate your skin and help your makeup last longer. And that’s a win win in my book! However, the Priming Moisturizer isn’t the only innovation the Good Molecules team has had lately! Their two most recent launches are the Caffeine Energizing Hydrogel Eye Patches and the Clarify & Cleanse Bar.

Good Molecules Skincare Review - Caffeine Energizing Hydrogel Eye Patches and Clarify & Cleanse Bar

First let’s talk about the Clarify & Cleanse Bar ($8). This new addition is a soap free cleanser that is also Paraben Free and Sulfate Free. (Are you seeing a trend here?) Not only that, but it has lots of other great ingredients like tea tree oil and salicylic acid to help clarify and prevent blemishes too. And it’s not just for your face. You can use it on your body as well!

Good Molecules Caffeine Energizing Hydrogel Eye Patches and Skincare Review

Now for the Caffeine Eye Patches. Of course this is my favorite of the Good Molecules launches. You know how much I love a luxurious at home spa-like experience. And these eye patches do not disappoint. Plus, at $18 for 30 sets of patches, they’re leaps and bounds less expensive than other name brand competitors. Pro tip: they are even better if you keep them in the fridge! Although my favorite way to use them is as eyeshadow shields while I do my makeup! For more info, check out the full Get Ready With Me YouTube video below with even more of my thoughts on these Good Molecules products and my every day makeup routine.


*All Good Molecules products were gifted. However, all thoughts, feelings, experiences, and opinions are my own.*

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4 Replies to “Good Morning With Good Molecules – A Skincare Review”

    1. I agree! I think their new launches are really creative and “on trend” with everything going on in the industry right now.

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