My skin has been freaking out lately. I'm talking worse than it ever did in high school. I'm simultaneously dealing with acne and fine lines, plus way more redness than usual. I was desperate enough to commit to drinking an apple cider vinegar concoction, but luckily I started reading about these miracle oxygen-containing beauty products first.
Madonna gets regular oxygen facials and insists they are the reason her skin looks so amazing. Kate Middleton swears by her oxygen-infused cream. These are just two of the celebrities who have been raving about the skin healing properties of oxygen as a beauty product of late. Developed by a Nobel prize winning scientist and perfected by the spa geniuses at Bliss, oxygen facials quickly became one of the most popular spa services across the country. The theory is that oxygen delivers nutrients to your skin that replenish cells and leave your skin healthy and rejuvenated. Stress, aging, the environment, lack of sleep, and diet all slow down the oxygenating process. Products that contain oxygen act to detox your skin and speed up the process, stat!
The best part? Now you don't even need to head to a spa to experience the amazing properties of oxygen facials for yourself. While Bliss naturally makes the Holy Grail of at-home oxygen facials, I found the $84 price tag a little limiting and began scouting for others. Once I discovered Ulta sells a $20 oxygen product system, I immediately brought it home to see if this could work miracles for my own skin.