Review: Progress in Health Erzulie Quench Hydrating Booster

Progress in Health is a unique company that offers handmade skin care and cosmetics. They offer many gluten-free and vegan options, and the vegan products are clearly labeled. It's this type of truth in advertising that makes Progress in Health stand out from the pack. I recently tried their Erzulie Quench Hydrating Booster. Read on for my thoughts.

Pros:
  • Scented with essential oils
  • Adds a light illuminating effect
  • Works as a moisturizer and/or a primer
  • Gentle ingredients
  • Both vegan and gluten-free
  • Easy to apply
Cons:
  • May be hard to find locally
Summary:
Progress in Health offers a nice illuminating and moisturizing product with the Erzulie Quench Hydrating Booster. It is made with gentle ingredients that give it a rating of about a 3 using EWG's skin deep database. When applied, it absorbs quickly and hydrates, as expected. It leaves a subtle sheen on the finish that provides an illuminating effect. This can provide a nice moisturizing layer under a foundation, but note that it doesn't contain SPF. While it may not be available locally, it is affordably priced so shipping charges shouldn't put it out of a moderate cosmetic budget. If you're looking for a gentle moisturizer/primer to use under makeup, this product is a nice choice that can also double as an illuminator or highlighter.

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Discount Code:
New Progress in Health/Erzulie customers can use coupon code "integrity" for 10% off!

Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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