Review: Acure Skincare (cleanser, toner, eye cream, day cream)

Photo of Acure cleanser, toner, eye cream, and day cream.

Today's post is all about Acure's skincare!

Vegan, Cruelty-free
Paraben-free, Sulfate free, Silicone free, Synthetic fragrance free

Purchase at: Target (select items), Whole Foods,, Vitacost, iHerb, Pharmaca

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Acure Facial Cleansing Creme*

Price: $9.99

For: normal-dry skin

This is a cream cleanser that has a spearminty smell. It doesn't dry out my skin and it's supposed to cleanse "without stripping the skin's natural acid mantle." It removes my face makeup, but I avoid getting it near my eyes because it irritates them. Overall, I think it's a solid choice for an affordable vegan/natural cleanser and it's much more gentle than the other drugstore stuff I used to use.

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Acure Facial Toner*

Price: $12.99

Note: my bottle says normal-oily skin, but the new packaging says all skin types

If you love toners or nice skincare in general, you should give this a try. It's got a lot of typical toner ingredients like witch hazel, rose water, and glycerin, along with some more unique ones like red tea (rooibos), calendula, and chamomile. The red tea scent comes out the strongest so if spraying your face with red tea doesn't sound appealing, then stay away. The nozzle sprays a fine mist  and I dig the glass packaging. It feels like a little luxurious addition to my routine.

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Acure Eye Cream

Price: $16.99

For: all skin types

This eye cream is lightweight, moisturizing, and scentless but that's where my compliments end. I've been using it for 2 months and haven't noticed much difference. However, I use this more for preventative measures since I'm age 20 and don't have terrible wrinkles or anything. I'd recommend this to other young people because for an 1 oz eye cream, the price is a bargain, but I'm not sure how this would work if you need a serious remedy.


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Acure Day Cream*

Price: $16.99

For: normal-dry skin

My favorite item of the bunch. I love the light texture and it smells like oranges. On its own, this is enough to keep my face moisturized, but I usually pair it with an oil for extra nourishment (review of Acure's oils coming soon). The only bummer is that there's no sunscreen, but that actually might be a plus because I think it keeps the consistency light and versatile. You could wear it alone, with an oil, with another lotion, under makeup, etc. If you want an option with spf, Andalou Naturals Daily Defense Lotion is a good one that also smells like oranges.

Overall: I recommend these products. The only one that I wasn't too impressed with was the eye cream.

*PR Sample

Check out my Acure brand overview to see my favorite products and links to all my Acure reviews.

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