Your Best Face skincare or YBF was created by Darrell and Kimberly, two friends who met at work and dreamed about starting their own beauty company. However, life was moving fast and the dream was put on hold until 20 years later when Darrell started making skincare products for a friend. Once he realized that he had something great starting Darrell and Kimberly got together and started experimenting for a year and half with different ingredients and combinations until they created the Your Best Face skincare line that you see on the market today.
Your Best Face Skincare or YBF has 13 products available today, all working to promote healthy looking skin so that you can look your best. Here are the results that I saw over a two week period.
Defend helps to prevent wrinkles, hydrates your skin and acts as an anti-aging agent. It packed with vitamins and helps to pump some serious hydration and moisture into your skin. It felt very light on my skin even though it took about fifteen to twenty minutes for it to get absorbed. After using it my skin felt smooth for the remainder of the day. Defend costs $120 for 1 oz.
Boost reduces redness, tones and discourages breakouts. It contains ingredients such as white tea, cucumber extract, vitamins E and B5 and caffeine, all which work to soothe and refresh the skin. The serum feels very lightweight and spreads nicely on the skin. It takes a few seconds to get absorbed into the skin, but smells incredible and leaves your skin looking moisturized and glowing. I have just a touch of rosacea in my cheeks and after using it for two weeks noticed that I’m not as red as I usually am, which is great because the NY heat and humidity usually has me looking all huffed up. Boost costs $65 for 1 oz.
Restore is a skin brightening serum that helps to promote healing and soothes and refreshes the skin. Ingredients include vitamins C, E, B5 and alpha arbutin. In other words, if you’ve been hanging out in the sun too much and have some sun damage, this is the most important product on the YBF skincare line that you should try. I applied the restore serum after I cleansed and exfoliated my skin. The serum was very light and spread evenly and quickly. I don’t have any sun spots on my skin to notice if it made a big difference, but I did notice that my skin looked a little more awake. Restore costs $120 for 1 oz.
Hydrate B helps to hydrate your skin so it’s great for those with dry skin. It uses three types of vitamin B to rejuvenate your skin and improve tone and texture. It’s not as thick as a gel, but is does almost act as one- only it spreads more easily. The Hydrate B actually took about fifteen minutes to get soaked into my skin, but once it did, it gave me a nice looking glow and made my skin feel nourished. Hydrate B costs $40 for 1 oz.
Antioxidants is a lightweight anti-aging serum that can be used with a face mask, moisturizer or lotion. While the first two products that I tried were mainly meant to be used on the face and neck, this one can also be used on your chest, hands, elbows and knees. It contains ingredients such as ferulic acid, lipochroman 6 and vitamin E. The serum on its own is very nourishing and made my face and hands feel soft. I also mixed it with my moisturizer and hand lotion and found that my skin felt just a bit smoother, but it felt really hydrated. Antioxidants costs $55 for 1 oz.
Correct is a lightweight eye cream that helps to reduce the appearance of dark under eye circles and reduces puffiness. Ingredients include caffeine, nutmeg butter and olive leaf extract. This super rich eye cream is a little on the thick side so I didn’t have to use too much. Right away my eye area seemed to light up and look more alert. Correct costs $150 for .5 oz.
Define should be used around the lip area so that your lips look more supple and full. It’s packed full of vitamins, white tea, licorice root extract and other goodies. Just because this is a lip serum don’t think that you have to use more than a drop of it- a drop really goes a long way. It felt amazing on and I love the minty scent. I should warn you though that you will feel a lot of tingling (or at least I did) when you apply it. It’s rather nice actually because I feel like it’s working. Define costs $70 for .5 oz.
Quench is a rich moisturizing lip balm. Ingredients include cupuacu butter, blueberry seed oil and of course a lot of vitamins. Even though it can be used on its own, I wore it under my lipstick for an extra boost of moisture (for the lipstick that is). Quench costs $15 for .5 oz.
All in all I’m not surprised that Your Best Face skincare has grown so quickly and has gained a strong following. Their products are very hydrating and moisture is one of the things that keeps skin looking and feeling healthy and young.
Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers