Mad Hippie


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3.8

9 products

123 reviews

64% would repurchase

Recent Mad Hippie Reviews

Treatments (Face) -Mad Hippie -Vitamin C Serum

on 4/13/2019 8:37:00 PM

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This is a great Vitamin C Serum. Sinks into skin, does not leave a sticky residue, and is certified cruelty-free and vegan. There are no parabens, synthetic fragrance, or dyes in Mad Hippie products. I’ve tried a few other Vitamin C products that left a gritty or sticky residue behind or did not appear to do much to lighten dark spots or brighten the skin. Mad Hippie is by and far my favorite Vitamin C serum. I’m not sure you can actually see results from using this but it is supposed to help protect your skin from free radicals, provide antioxidants for your skin, etc. I kind of take it on blind faith that this is making a difference in my skin but I don’t know if it is for sure. Kind of like when you renovate a house, you can’t see the insulation, electrical, or plumbing, but it’s necessary to take care of the foundational things otherwise the cosmetics like paint and window coverings will do precious little to hide any underlying problems. Probably why I invest way more in skin care than I do in makeup. Is it worth repurchasing? Yeah, I think so.

4 of 4 people found this helpful.



Treatments (Face) -Mad Hippie -Hydrating Nutrient Mist

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Over the last month or so, I've been on a bit of an beauty routine overhaul. So far I have had really good luck scoring amazing beauty products just based on reading ingredient labels and reviews from others. This has never been an easy thing with my oily, acne-prone skin. It has been great finally finding something that works.

Anyway, I had recently added Mad Hippie Vit C Serum & Exfoliating Serums to my daily rituals. Along with Roc products for the retinol content. MH Exfoliating Serum at night before Roc Deep Wrinkle Night Cream. MH Vit C Serum during the day mixed with a drop of organic Aloe Vera & a drop of Acure Seriously Glowing serum. Followed by Roc Daily Moisturizer with SPF.
This combination of products really tamed the chronic cystic acne I had on my chin and lower cheeks. It greatly faded the wrinkles I had, especially around my mouth.

Even though my new routine is working, I still wanted a couple more components with anti-aging properties. That's where Mad Hippie Hydrating Nutrient Mist comes in. I see this product as a booster for their Vitamin C serum. MH Hydrating Nutrient Mist has some shared ingredients like: Vitamin C and Ferulic Acid. I was happy HNM has resveratrol and even alpha lipoic acid in it. It's pretty potent stuff while still being pretty mild; and you realize that once you smell it and apply it. I don't know how Mad Hippie does this with their products, but it's awesome.

Now, I do not find this spray hydrating in the least. It's actually a little drying. Which surprised me, being the oil vat that I am XD. Not to the point of peeling, or anything extreme. Just a little uncomfortable. However, it makes your skin look nearly flawless and glowy. Seems to fill in wrinkles. My skin looks smooth and healthy. Upon application, this Hydrating Mist might itch a little. That's why I removed a lippie. It irritated my skin a bit the first time I used it. Those with sensitive skin, proceed with caution. I now add organic aloe vera and a couple drops of rosehip seed oil, to make up for the dryness that ensues. It smells a bit like glue mixed with beer, which is don't mind. It's better than added fragrance.

I like this product so far and I can tell that it is helping my skin, in that it looks clearer, brighter and even seems to have a tightening effect. (Hence the slight itchiness). Impressive. But I need to test it for a longer period of time to see if those effects remain. I'm happy to say that it doesn't break me out.

For once, I've FINALLY found something that works. For me, that means helping control my oily skin, clearing up cystic, hormonal acne, helping with the wrinkles starting to form. All without drying out my skin or making it more oily. Tall order, I know. It also all needed to be affordable with a formidable ingredient list with some science backing their claims.

With that being said, I will buy this product again. It gives immediate results, which is rare. It's earth friendly and cruelty free. Mad Hippie Hydrating Nutrient Mist is also relatively inexpensive. The ingredient list is awesome. It is loaded with skin-pampering, anti-aging goodness. This product is comparable to higher end face products.

Update:

I discovered that this is really nice to spray on over Roc Deep Wrinkle Night Cream. First, I let RDWNC sink into my skin for at least half an hour. Then, a few spritzes of MH Hydrating Nutrient Mist into my clean, freshly washed hand. Then, I press it into my skin with my finger tips, patting gently. I even put it on my eyelids and around my eyes. No irritation. Great to use both day and night for added anti-aging benefits. This mist is getting a lot of use. Love it! Will buy again.

4/13/19

I just bought another bottle. Never want to run out of this stuff!

5 of 5 people found this helpful.


Treatments (Face) -Mad Hippie -Exfoliating Serum

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Ever since I turned 31, about 2 months ago, I've been on an anti-aging kick. It started with Roc Deep Wrinkle Filler. Next, I added Rock Deep Wrinkle Night Cream, as well as Roc daily moisturizer with sunblock. Then, I decided to dive into the world of Mad Hippie.

I've always been very drawn to their packaging. So I decided to try the MH Vitamin C Serum. After a few days of use, I was hooked! I read over the ingredients for the Vitamin A Serum initially and decided to pass due to the Coconut oil present. My skin usually looks like an oily pit of despair from it. With that being said, the Mad Hippie Exfoliating seemed like the perfect thing. Due to my use of the Roc products, I knew that Lactic acid and glycolic acid was doing my skin a TON of good. I was pleasantly surprised to see that this product has both.

This stuff is pretty potent! From the research I've done, it has the highest amount of glycolic acid you can get over the counter. The ingredient list is impeccable. I honestly saw a change overnight. The next morning when I woke up to wash my face, my skin felt smoother. Applying makeup was a dream. The lines around my lips and mouth nearly disappeared (and I've had those my whole life, so that was a shock! Even my room mate noticed a big change). In fact, all fine lines and deep lines greatly diminished after only once use. My pores have shrunk. Blackheads are nearly gone. Glowy, baby soft skin. This stuff is a dream!! If you are wondering if you should spend this money on this product, the answer is yes.

3/20/19

It's only been 3 days since I've started Mad Hippie Exfoliating Serum and I've already bought another bottle. This is perfect skin in a bottle :) Customer for life

4 of 4 people found this helpful.


Treatments (Face) -Mad Hippie -Vitamin A Serum

on 1/17/2019 12:56:00 PM

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Has bioactive yet also clean ingredients. The name is off-putting but the ingredients are stellar. I keep rebuying!.


Skincare - Face -Mad Hippie -Antioxidant Facial Oil

on 12/27/2018 12:05:00 PM

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So this lovely oil has replaced my Argan oil. I love the fact that it contains Argan oil along with Gogi berry for additional vitamin B and Camu Camu for vitamin C. Non-greasy. Absorbs quickly. Keeps my skin well moisturized. Doesn't irritate my sensitive skin. Doesn't cause breakouts. This is applied as my last step at night, and use my Clarisonic smart profile massage head vs Nurse Jamie facial roller to perform a nice quick facial massage. Price point about the same that I was paying for organic argan oil at the local health food store.

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