If there is only one new product that you can buy this year, Saude Pele should be it.
- 100% natural vegan product, made with organic ingredients
- Contains antioxidants, such as Acai and Green Tea Extract
- Very diverse and can be used anywhere and with anything
- Long-lasting power
- Concentrated, so a little bit goes a long way
- I can’t think of any
- Created by – Christopher Drummond
- Available in two sizes (8g and 1g)
- Contains a customized SPF
- Suggested Price – $85.00 (8 grams) for the full set with travel container, spatula, sifter and flat top brush and $70 (8 grams) for the refill container only.
Guide Review – Review of Saude Pele Radiance Booster
Makeup artist, Christopher Drummond, has used his training and skills to come up with one of the best versatile makeup items in a long time.
His new product, Saude Pele, is not only a radiance booster but a multi-tasker as well. The 100% natural, organic, and vegan powder is lightweight, beautiful, and it leaves your skin looking flawless.
When Christopher contacted me about his new powder, and I went to his website, I became very intrigued and had to try it for myself. I love all-natural products, and since Saude Pele is 100% natural and contains antioxidants such as green tea and acai, I couldn’t wait to try it. The day it arrived in the mail, I read over the enclosed product information and then immediately went to try some on.
I first tried a little on the back of my hand and loved the automatic natural bronzing effect. The powder felt very light, and there was absolutely no scent, which is wonderful. I then applied some over the mineral makeup I was already wearing and could see an immediate “radiance”. The really great thing is that the powder is concentrated, so a little bit does go a long way. Also, there was no powder “fall out” from applying it.
The kicker with Saude Pele is that it is versatile so that you can use it multiple ways. I tried Saude Pele on clean skin, and it gave me a nice natural sun-kissed flawless look, without the heavy feel of makeup. I also tried mixing a little with my facial moisturizer, creating a bronzer that could be used on my face, neck, and décolleté area. But one of my favorite ways of using Saude Pele was mixing it with Smith’s Rose Bud Salve and using it to highlight my cheeks and eyes, and then as lip gloss. Basically, Saude Pele is so diverse you can use it with on in anything you can imagine. The bottom line: if there is only one new product that you can buy this year, Saude Pele should be it.