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Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Sea Buckthorn: Aryuvedic Himalayan Gem - Sibu Beauty Review and Giveaway - 2/2 US/CA

Sea Buckthorn from the Himalayas


When I first started reading up on this amazing little berry, I was so surprised to see what benefits it offers.  Sea buckthorn berries come from the high mountains of the Himalayas where they can only be harvested six weeks out of a year.  These little berries are filled with health with powerful health benefits such as: vitamins A, C, E, flavonoids, minerals, omegas 3, 6,7, and 9 essential fatty acids.  All-in-all, there are over 190 bio-active nutrients found in these extraordinary little orange berries.


One of the most marvelous nutrients found in the sea buckthorn berry is Omega 7.   Omega 7 fatty acid is an indispensable nutrient that helps with collagen production for enhanced skin elasticity and tissue hydration for healthier skin, hair, and nails.  Omega 7 is basically an anti-aging nutrient and the pulp of the sea buckthorn berry contains rich amounts of it.


Sibu Beauty has designed all of their products around the astounding sea buckthorn berry.  Each and everyone of their products is formulated with the powerful combination of nutrients, vitamins, and health benefits that sea buckthorn contains.  Even Dr. Oz has advocated this little berry!

It was this little berry that interested me to do a review for Sibu Beauty.  Sibu Beauty was kind enough to offer me to review their Sea Buckthorn Nourishing Facial Cream.  I have been using this cream for over a month now, and I love how it has made my skin feel.  It is the perfect moisturizing cream to use under my mineral makeup.  I look forward each day to its light citrus scent.  When I received this, I had discontinued my current daily face moisturizer because I had been dissatisfied with it--my skin just didn't feel nice.  With the Sea Buckthorn Nourishing Facial Cream, I do feel a difference.  My face is soft and supple.  Because it is a light non-greasy cream, I don't have to worry an oily feel to my skin.  I also have not had an occasional pimple that I am still prone to get.  This facial cream is paraben-free and cruelty-free, and contains NO dairy, yeast, wheat, gluten, sodium or preservatives.

  • Rejuvenates sun damaged skin - great help for me, the desert dweller!
  • Protects against environmental stress
  • Preserves health skin tone and texture
  • For all skin types
  • 1 fl. oz.
  • 100% natural



I am very impressed with the quality of the Sibu Beauty Sea Buckthorn Nourishing Facial Cream, and I highly recommend it.  For such a quality facial cream I was pleasantly surprised to find that it only costs $20.95.  What a great price for a product that has its chief ingredient coming from Tibet and can only be harvested six weeks out of a year.  Sibu Beauty obtains all of its sea buckthorn berries through Fair Trade Agreements with the local harvesters of Tibet, too!  That makes me feel good.


You can buy the Sea Buckthorn Nourishing Facial Cream right through the SibuBeauty.com.  Keep connected with the latest product news and specials from Sibu Beauty through Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and their blog.

Right now, through the generosity of Sibu Beauty, one person is going to win a package of the Sea Buckthorn Nourishing Facial Cream--the same that I just reviewed!  This giveaway is open to residents of the USA and Canada, and will end on February 2, 2013.



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