A brand I’ve been dying to try, all thanks to the YouTube buzz (which is still very real), is Tula. Tula, which means balance in Sanskrit, made it’s debut in 2014 and is the brainchild of Dr. Roshini Raj, who wanted to apply her knowledge of probiotics into skincare. Probiotics don’t only help your digestive system, but also your skin. The strains of good bacteria can help clear skin and reduce redness & inflammation.
I received 3 of the brand’s best sellers. They don’t have the widest range of products, but they have everything anyone would ever need in a skincare line.
The Exfoliating Treatment Mask ($54) was something I was most excited for but also very hesitant to try. Lately I haven’t been able to use any sort of clay exfoliating masks because they’ve all made my skin BRIGHT RED. But, this baby left my skin smooth & soft- and not irritated at all. If you have sensitive skin and are allergic to GLAM GLOW (🙋🏻)- you need to try this.
The Hydrating Day & Night Cream ($52) is the product I use the most, which I wasn’t expecting as I have a *favorite* moisturizer already- but I have needed to replace it in my routine for something with better ingredients. This one fits the bill- I like it because it’s not too heavy on my oily skin. Oily skin still needs moisturization, folks!
Lastly, the Purifying Face Cleanser ($28 for 6.7 oz) is the product I thought would not be for me- I even avoided trying it for a while because I assumed it wasn’t my type of cleanser. It is a bit drying than my usual cleansers, because it’s not sulfate free, but it works to remove makeup and cleanse in one step, which is all I need in life! The texture is super gel-like and thick, which threw me off, but it works like a charm- it doesn’t sting my eyes and foams up beautifully.
Tula did not disappoint me- the hype was real. I’m into it. If you try one product from the brand, grab that mask- it’s everything!
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