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Holiday Beauty Essentials for Moisturized Skin: Organic Doctor Snail Gel & Muka Honey products

BY: Beauty & the Beat Blog ON: December 15, 2017 IN: Beat, Beauty, Beauty Beat, Beauty Tutor

This post is sponsored by Organic Doctor . I’m a part off the Mom It Forward Influencer Network and received free samples to review. All opinions are my own.

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Even though I live in Florida, I always try to keep my skin moisturized, even in Fall/Winter months. Plus this is the kind of state where you can experience humidity, heat, rainshowers, and a cold snap all in the same day! So, I clearly have to be prepared!

Luckily the majority of the Organic Doctor products that I’m sharing with you were all about hydrating your skin. For those of you who aren’t familar with this brand, it’s an award-winning skincare and hair care line that recently launched in teh U.S. The brand carries 8 collections with botanical and naturally inspired ingredients from around the world.

Here are my thoughts on Organic Doctor Snail Gel serums and Muka Honey products

Organic Doctor Snail Gel Facial Serum

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Don’t sleep on the power of Snail Gel! It offers a new generation in skin revitalization care. Organic Doctor uses the unique secretion snails use to regenerate their shells to help hydrate and moisturize maturing skin. 

 This ingredient has been a game-changing ingredient for my beauty routine. I tried it for the first time, last holiday season and have made it my mission to incorporate it into my beauty routine as much as possible. I use it at least 3 times a week, even when I’m using different skincare lines.

This was my first time trying Organic Doctor’s snail gel face serum. It combines snail gel with olive leaf extract and has a slippery-yet-creamy consistency. It’s not greasy, though. You can use this product before your moisturizer in the morning and after your moisturize at night.  

Organic Doctor Snail Gel Eye Serum

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I’ve been focusing a lot more on my eye are these days, so receiving the snail gel eye serum was right on time. It’s created to help diminish the appearance of wrinkles and the snail secretion ingredient that it contains make it an anti-aging serum that hydrates and smooths skin. I. LOVE. IT.

Organic Doctor Manuka Honey Face Mask

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My first impression of this mask was “Oooooh this smells good!”

This is a clay-based mask, but it definitely not thick in texture like a typical clay mask. I actually was a little shocked by the creamy texture while applying it and wan’t sure how it would dry on my skin. After applying it all over my face and letting it sit for 10 minutes, it dried like a typical clay mask.

My skin was very supple and soft after the first use. Use it twice weekly for best results. 

Organic Doctor Manuka Honey is a nutrient-rich skin care and hair care range. I haven’t tried any of the hair products yet. The Manuka Honey is also known as the “healing” honey and is produced in New Zealand by bees that pollinate the native manuka bush. It’s also renowned for its soothing properties and ability to restore and hydrate dry and cracked skin. It supports overall skin tone for softer looking skin.

Organic Doctor Manuka Honey Rescue Cream

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I’m expecting my first little bundle of bliss soon, and my skin has absolutely been impacted by this wonderful blessing. I definitely have a lovely pregnancy glow, but I also have had to up the amount of moisture that I apply to my skin. (Did any other moms-to-be notice weird dryness in your nose area?)

This product definitely gets the job done as far as moisturizing my skin. It is thick and creamy, so it doesn;t take much to get full coverage with a thin layer. This is definitely an absolutely amazing moisturizer. It’s recommended to use liberally as needed. 

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I’ve used Organic Doctor skincare products in the past (Still obsessed with the Organic Doctor Rose Otto Facial Serum) and every time I use their products, I’m always pleased with the quality of the results.

How are you keeping your skin hydrated during this cooler season?

Ciao Bellas,



I'm Margo, the fashion-and-beauty-loving creator of this site.After five years of working as a freelance journalist covering beauty, style and entertainment, I decided to create a space where I could share my musings and expertise with others, so... Beauty & The Beat was born!


2 Comments on → Holiday Beauty Essentials for Moisturized Skin: Organic Doctor Snail Gel & Muka Honey products

  1. Yuki @ BE
    January 11, 2018 at 5:00 pm (2 weeks ago)

    I have eczema prone skin so using organic skin care might help my skin condition. Need to try Manuka Honey Rescue Cream!

    • Beauty & the Beat Blog
      January 23, 2018 at 9:58 am (10 hours ago)

      The Manuka Honey products are amazing. You should definitely try it!