Perfectly Posh

I’m adding Perfectly Posh to Bloom Skin Studio’s offerings. Here’s why:

I’ve been in the self-care/ beauty business for a long time. I’ve researched skincare ingredients and formulations for many years. While not being a cosmetic chemist, I do know how to spot a good product. Sometimes the good products aren’t the most expensive ones, even though buying a pricey, nicely packaged product definitely makes us feel good, they aren’t always the best products.

As a matter of fact, I have access to a lot of the best products, but there is a price to pay for premium formulations and ingredients. What I’ve been looking for over the last few years is a product line that has good ingredients, was moderately (or even inexpensively) priced, depending on your perspective, and most importantly, accessible to my clients. So when I was looking online for a company that might fit the bill, I was lucky to stumble across “Perfectly Posh”.

At Bloom, my clients are mostly interested in simple, effective, affordable skincare. While I often use expensive products in the treatment room, I know a lot of my clients cannot or will not spend ridiculous amounts of money on skincare (and if they want to, I can definitely accommodate their wishes). That’s why I’ve chosen to add Perfectly Posh products. They have everything from lip balms and hand creams to soaps and CBD products, and they keep it interesting and fun!

It just so happens that Perfectly Posh is a direct sales company and I have never been a super big fan of those because direct sales products are usually WAY over-priced (IMHO), and I don’t like the weirdness and manipulation people sometimes engage in to “have their way” with your wallet. But Perfectly Posh is different.

First of all, it’s fun. They’ve got fun products, fun names, bright colors…they keep it interesting. But fun won’t fix your face. That’s why they have quality skincare with good ingredients. For example, their Gilt Trip has an impressive ingredient list with heavy hitters like:  

*Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate (a lipid based form of vitamin C that is great for sealing in moisture, boosting collagen production and brightening the skin)
*Bakuchiol (a non-irritating retinol alternative)
*Bisabolol (accelerates the healing process of skin and protects it from the effects of daily stress, and has anti-irritant and anti-inflammatory properties as well)
*Niacinamide (great for acne, brightening, reducing wrinkles and may help large pores to look smaller)

There’s more (like soybean seed extract, ginseng root extract, etc…) but I don’t want to bore you (and you can see more on the website). My point is: these are great ingredients. The pricey products don’t have a corner on the market when it comes to using good ingredients in their products which is GOOD NEWS. That means that good, affordable skincare is accessible which makes good self-care totally doable. And I’ve actually been pretty impressed with the ingredient listings on many of the products- that’s why I am thrilled that I found them! And thrilled that I can pass them along to you. 🙂

Shop HERE and give me a holler if you want to find the right products for you! Call or text 303-551-1622 or email

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