Best face yet: Three new Tula products you need now

If there is one skincare line that I have consistency loved products from, it’s definitely Tula.

Unfortunately, the probiotic skincare line is no longer shipping to Canada, but that doesn’t stop me from still trying out their products (thank goodness for a NYC address!). Last month I was fortunate to actually be in town for the launch of their Rose Glow and Get It Eye Balm and at the end of September they released two other brand-new products, both for those who have acne.

So do you need to try out these items? I can’t say “yes” fast enough, and here’s why…

Tula Glow and Get It Rose Eye Balm

Rose Glow & Get It Eye Balm

I love the original blue Glow & Get It Cooling and Brightening eye balm, which I use religiously every morning, so when I saw they came out with a pink version, I knew I needed it in my life.

This new version of the original bestseller contains the same probiotics and superfoods as the blue version, plus more amazing ones thrown in.  This version contains rosehip oil, which is a plant-based retinol alternative, and hydrating rosewater, leaving your face feeling energized and glowing.

The other ingredients are of course caffeine, aloe, blueberry, and hyaluronic acid, which leaves your undereyes looking fresh, moisturized, and awake.

So which version is right for you? I love that this one, for a few dollars more ($30 for Rose Glow versus $28 for the OG) I would go for this one since it has added retinol (well technically not retinol, but a natural alternative). Honestly though, both formulas are amazing and you can’t really go wrong with either.

Tula Acne Cleanser

Keep it Clear Acne Foam Cleanser

As a follow up to their amazing Clear It Up Acne Clearing and Tone Correcting Gel, they released the Keep It Clear Acne Foam Cleanser ($34). This cleanser contains two per cent salicylic acid that will help clear acne, as well as superfood liquorice which will help to brighten the look of past blemish marks.

Other ingredients include probiotics and tea tree oil to help calm the look of redness and inflammation, as well as ginger to help soothe the skin. Since this cleanser is a foaming one, it’s a nice treat on the skin and really leaves your face looking and feeling its best.

Tula Spot Treatment

Keep It Clear Acne Spot Treatment

I don’t actually have acne, but I will get the occasional breakout and typically I use a spot treatment every night until it’s fully gone. Thankfully, Tula just came out with this exact product, which I can’t wait to put to the test (which is weird to say since I hate getting breakouts).

The Acne Spot Treatment ($20) targets acne and breakouts, as well as calms the look of redness and irritation.  The formula contains star ingredients such as benzoyl peroxide, an FDA-approved ingredient to help fight and prevent acne; probiotics and tea tree oil to help calm the look of redness and inflammation, as well as liquorice and niacinamide to help fade marks left from past breakouts.

Best part about this product, compared to other similar ones (I’ve been using an Olay one for years now) is that it goes on clear, meaning that you can use it morning and night since you won’t actually see it once applied.

If you live in the States or are planning on making a trip down soon, I highly recommend picking up these products, especially the eye balm.  Don’t forget, you can score 20% off your Tula order with code SHAYNA at check out.

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Products provided by PR. All opinions are my own.

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