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Belli Skincare Review

When I was pregnant, I thought purchasing a pair of maternity underwear was the supreme gift to myself (or that anyone could give me). Times have changed a lot since then, though I still recommend investing in that pair of panties, now, there’s a line of beauty care designed by Belli Skincare.

When my box arrived for review, I was in awe at how simple and elegant the bottles were. It is elegant and would be a true sight to behold whether your hormones are out of whack or you just want to pamper yourself or someone else. The Belli Skincare line is committed to the safety of Mom and Baby during and after pregnancy.

Check this little tidbit out from the Belli Website:

Belli Pregnancy has set a higher standard for prenatal safety, as the only skin care line in the world that is teratology screened. We search through over 16 million medical research articles in over 5000 international journals, and use this information to exclude ingredients with even remote links to birth defects or other problems with pregnancy. Belli Motherhood is LactMed screened to avoid ingredients linked to harmful effects during breastfeeding. Belli Baby is screened for xenoestrogens—chemicals which can act like hormones that interfere with normal development of the reproductive system. So no matter which Belli products you use, you can have peace of mind erring on the side of caution.
I received the Belli All Day Moisture Body Lotion.
I’m not prego, but I love lotion, though I’m particular. This bottle of lotion comes in a pump dispenser. It’s beautiful. I liked this lotion; it wasn’t slimy, but I went to work hydrating. My husband says it has a subtle smell, “like lemon honey.” It seems to protect my skin for hours without the need for reapplication. It’s total pampering from the aesthetics to the product. Retail is $19 for 14.35 ounces.
The next product I received was the Belli Elasticity Belly Oil. Hard to say if this product works.
I’m already a road map of stretch marks from my chest to my knees.
This oil claims to prevent stretchmarks and features Gotu Kola Extract, Vitamin E, and Collagen. I did use it and discovered it is quite moisturizing and left my elbows and knees feeling silky smooth. It has a very spa-like scent and feels luxurious though I cannot commit to saying one way or the other if this product actually prevents stretch marks. Retail is $39 for 4 ounces.
Then I tried the Belli Eye Brightening Cream. I can’t think of a woman who shouldn’t use this. As a mom, I give up sleep. The effects of nearly 21 years of these long nights are starting to show around my eyes. When I am tired, my eyelids and under-eye area turn brown (thanks for the genetics, Mom!) So back to the Belli Eye Whitening. The cream is light and not a heavy, greasy application. It takes just a very small amount and viola, bright eyes! If that wasn’t enough, the blend of ingredients hydrates the thin skin, firms the bags under your eyes, and reduces pigmentation. I”m lovin’ this product. I’m passing on the advice my mother-in-law gave me once, “if you start now, your efforts will pay off when you’re my age.” I wouldn’t say this cream will defy age; however, it does brighten the dark brown circle that I am sometimes left with as a trophy for my lack of sleep. Retail $37 for .85 fluid ounces.

I received the Belli All Day Moisture Lotion, Elasticity Belly Oil, and Eye Brightening Cream from the sponsor in order to facilitate an honest review. No other compensation was received. The opinions are my own and were in no way influenced by the sponsor. Other’s experiences may vary.

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