Tula Skin Care Review: Is It Worth The Hype?

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Skincare is something that I have always found to be so important, especially more so now with me getting older. I take all types of measures to make my skin look more youthful and glowing. I’m a skincare junkie, so I’ve tried out a lot of different brands/products. I have even started using skin care products from analbleachingexpert.com for the genitals to bring bright fair skin, as we age, that skin is more likely to get dull. I’ve used some great products and some that have just been awful. So of course I am super picky with what I use.

Sweet Tea & Hydrangeas Tula Skincare Review: Is It Worth The Hype?

If you follow certain bloggers like I do, I’m sure you’ve seen a ton of them raving about how great Tula products are. I was introduced to Tula back in 2016 when I attended a blogger brunch and received some sample size products of theirs. I loved both products but did not purchase more after that (because I had so many products on hand already). Fast forward to November 2019, I kept seeing some of my favorite bloggers talk about their cooling eye balms. I decided to purchase the Glow Getters gift set that included the eye balm. So if you’ve been wondering if Tula truly is worth it, I’m here to share my thoughts with you today.

About Tula

All Tula products contain probiotics which is beneficial in so many ways! I’m sure you’re thinking wait…probiotics…don’t we use that for our stomachs? Yup we do but Tula thought why not use it to help nourish and balance the skin. Probiotics helps promote hydration, reduces inflammation, targets signs of aging and gives you a healthy glow. Skin cancer screenings can be scheduled at Montrose Dermatology. Their products are free of harsh chemicals, parabans and full of natural ingredients that give you that healthy glow.

STH Tula Skincare Review: Is It Worth The Hype?

My Skin

I typically have always had oily skin but once I got rosecea my skin can be a little dry on my cheeks. Thankfully I have found an awesome product that has helped my skin be super hydrated (non Tula product). I haven’t found that my skin is super sensitive with my rosecea but some products I’ve tried out have made it flair up. I occasionally also get hormonal break outs when aunt flow comes to visit.

STH Tula Skincare Review

The Glow Getters Kit $88

Cult Classic Purifying Face Cleanser // This cleanser is so gentle and moisturizing! Though its gentle don’t let it fool you with how well it works with taking dirt and makeup off. In the mornings, I apply a dime size amount to my face while in the shower and during the night I take about a quarter size amount in the palm of my hand (I wear full coverage makeup most days). It lathers really easy, which is a plus because you don’t need much product to clean your face. I love that it does not make my skin feel tight or dry. It has also helped reduce the redness from my rosacea significantly, which has been amazing especially on those days when it flairs up. My skin has never felt so soft after using a cleaner. It contains ingredients that help cleanse, exfoliate, hydrate, firm and reduce inflammation. Its good for all skin types, especially dry skin. If you’re looking for a super gentle cleanser that doesn’t strip your skin, this one is so awesome.

Sweet Tea & Hydrangeas Cult Classic Purifying Face Cleanser

Face Filter Blurring & Moisturizing Primer // I really love how glowy my skin looks when using this primer. It does a great job of making fine lines less noticeable and my skin does look more smooth. When you first squeeze it out of the tube it is white then when you rub it on your face, you see the glow particles that gives a warm glow. I used this primer with the Charlotte Tilbury AirBrush Flawless foundation and loved how my skin looked. I will say that due to me having skin that is more on the oily side by the end of the day, the foundation had peeked through a little, so I would have to use a more matte foundation. It didn’t really bother me because the foundation was still in place for the most part, though I could see some imperfections showing. (Picture below using the primer and Foundation-with no filters).

Sweet Tea & Hydrangeas Tula Face Filter Blurring & Moisturizing Primer

Rose Glow & Get It Brightening & Cooling Eye Balm // Y’all I purchased this kit just to get this product. I had seen so many bloggers talking about this eye balm and how amazing it was. I know there are mornings that no matter how much sleep I get, my under eye area is still puffy. When I saw that it helped reduce puffiness and brightened the under eye area, I figured why not give it a try. It works wonders when it comes to de-puffying and brightening! I swipe a little bit of it under my eyes before I put on my makeup, blend out, let it dry and apply my makeup as usual. As soon as I apply it, I can instantly feel the cooling happening. It contains rosehip oil, rosewater, caffeine, aloe, apple, watermelon and blueberry. This product can also be used as a highlighter! Seriously get you one! (they also have that does not contain rosehip oil).

Rose Glow & Get It Brightening & Cooling Eye Balm

Star Bright Nourishing & Brightening Face Mask // I love me a good sheet mask! This one was super soothing and moisturizing. It was easy to apply and I kept it on for 10 minutes. Once I took it off my skin looked so refreshed and was super soft.

Sweet Tea & Hydrangeas Star Bright Nourishing & Brightening Face Mask

Have you tried Tula before? If so what are your favorite products?

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Sweet Tea & Hydrangeas Tula Skincare Review
Welcome to STH! I'm Mistle, a Texas based beauty and life style blogger. I'm a makeup enthusiast, who loves true crime tv and a good glass of moscato. I'm a wife and dog mom, who loves sharing my latest beauty finds and snippets of my life. Thanks for stopping by!

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15 Comments

  1. Summer wrote:

    Thank you for going so in-depth, Mistle!! I’ve been so interested in Tula but the price points scare me LOL. That eye balm is something I need in my life STAT… the bags under my eyes need to go. Hopefully, I can take the plunge soon!

    Posted 2.4.20 Reply
    • sweetteaandhydrangeas wrote:

      Glad you enjoyed the post Summer! The eye balm is so awesome and helps re-vive my under eyes! Take the plunge soon! Hopefully you won’t be disappointed.

      Posted 2.4.20 Reply
  2. Stephanie Whitman wrote:

    I’ve only tried two products from TULA: the original cleanser, and the rose eye balm. I LOVE the balm because I have horrific dark circles and it really helps brighten my eyes and wake me up in the morning. I haven’t noticed any difference in my skin when it comes to the cleanser, but I’ve heard you really have to commit to ALL their products to see a difference. Good to know which ones you like!

    Posted 2.4.20 Reply
    • sweetteaandhydrangeas wrote:

      I’ve been using the products since November and have def noticed a difference! The cleanser is so gentle which is really great for my skin. That BALM is amazing! It has helped me not look like a zombie most mornings.

      Posted 2.4.20 Reply
  3. I have been interested in using Tula for awhile now. The packaging is so cute and I’ve heard lots of great things about it! I will have to think about your review when I decide if I want to give it a go or not. 🙂

    Posted 2.4.20 Reply
    • sweetteaandhydrangeas wrote:

      Maddie they have a lot of really great products! If you check them out let me know how you like them.

      Posted 2.4.20 Reply
  4. Christa wrote:

    I have seen SO MUCH about Tula but haven’t strifes it yet. It definitely looks like it lives up to the hype!

    Posted 2.4.20 Reply
    • sweetteaandhydrangeas wrote:

      Christa it def is worth the hype! Their products really do work (at least for me they do). I’m glad I decided to give them a try again.

      Posted 2.4.20 Reply
  5. Becky wrote:

    I really want to get better with my skincare but I feel like such a newbie and don’t even know where to start. The eye balm sounds like something I definitely need because I feel like I always have that puffiness under my eyes!

    Posted 2.4.20 Reply
    • sweetteaandhydrangeas wrote:

      Becky skincare products can be overwhelming for sure! I’d say start with a few products that work best for your skin and then expand as needed. The eye balm is amazing!

      Posted 2.5.20 Reply
  6. Lily wrote:

    I LOVE me some Tula! I use the face wash everyday, along with a few other goodies. Like the rose eye balm…so good!

    Posted 2.9.20 Reply
    • sweetteaandhydrangeas wrote:

      Lily they have some awesome products for sure. The face wash is one of my favorites and so is the eye balm.

      Posted 3.1.20 Reply
  7. I’ve never used any Tula products before. I love their packaging!

    Posted 2.19.20 Reply
  8. I haven’t heard of TULA but this was really cool to read about! I feel much more informed now.

    Posted 2.20.20 Reply
  9. Alix Maza wrote:

    I’ve only tried the facial cleanser! Thank you for showcasing the other products, I’ll have to try them!

    Posted 2.20.20 Reply