Friday, July 14, 2023

My Ever Organics Product Review

One thing that I have always been particular about is my skincare routine. As I’ve mentioned in a previous post, I tend to have my tried and tested products, but I do switch them up when I feel the need to. It was during one of these switch-ups that I discovered Ever Organics. 

Something that I’ve noticed with the heat these days is that some of my skincare products tend to feel heavy on my skin and when it is too warm, I feel that the products make my skin feel a little too oily. I decided that I would look for something lighter to put on my skin and that is how I happened to see the Ever Organics gels at the supermarket. It was less than P200 so I thought it wouldn’t hurt to try it. 

Ever Organics is a Filipino brand launched in 2020 from the same family as the Ever Bilena line of cosmetics. It is inspired by Korean skincare and the products are all made in Korea. The claim is that the products are free from parabens and alcohol and that it is cruelty-free.

I bought the Aloe Vera Soothing Gel, and I liked how light and how easy it was to apply. The label says it is a soothing gel and that aloe vera is supposed to help heal, soothe, and moisturize the skin, but since I did not have any sunburns or dry skin at the time I don’t know if that was effective. I did like, however, that it moisturized my skin and kept it supple with just two applications a day. You don’t need much to spread it on your skin so a little goes a long way. The gel is also cool to the touch, and it is even cooler if you keep it in the refrigerator. I like using it cold at the end of the day because it helps me to relax. 

There are other variants such as Papaya (for brightening), Tomato (for glass skin), Ice (moisturizing and cooling, with aloe from Jeju Island in Korea), Snail Aloe (anti-aging and skin firming), and Hyaluronic Serum (for intense hydration and skin-strengthening). I’m thinking of trying all these variants to see which fits me best. I’m interested in trying the Snail Aloe since I’ve heard so much about that in Korean skincare and would love to see how it would work for me. 

A little side note: I tend to use the product as my lotion too since it isn’t that expensive and comes in a 300 ml tub. It’s very effective for the dry spots on my skin such as my elbows and knees.

All these variants also come in serum form, and from that line, I have already tried the Tomato one. Again, I’ve used this for both my face and the rest of my body because it applies light and doesn’t get sticky even when it gets warm outside. 

From what I’ve seen on their Instagram account, Ever Organics also has a line of sheet masks and facial mists, but I haven’t seen these items in my part of the country just yet. I’ll probably try to buy them online to see if I would like them. For sheet masks, they have three kinds: Aloe Vera (skin calming), Green Tea (oil control), and Collagen (Skin elasticity). For facial mists, they have Aloe Vera (for all skin types), Ice (for dry and acne-prone skin), and Tomato (for oily and sensitive skin). 

If you’re looking to try something new in terms of skincare, you may want to try Ever Organics. I think it’s great that a local brand has come in to provide good products at an affordable price. I love that it isn’t complicated to use either compared to other skincare lines that follow the multi-step process that Koreans usually do. It’s a very simple way to take care of your skin and these days when we are all busy with so much, it helps that this does not take too much time and effort to do. Now that is skincare I can stick to!


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