Follain Clean Beauty Skincare Products from $25.60 w/ Our Exclusive Code | Never Tested on Animals

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Keep your skin looking great!

Through May 16th, head over to where you can score 20% off skincare when you use our exclusive promo code HIPSKIN20 at checkout.

Not familiar with Follain? They offer skincare and body products that are made with clean ingredients, are EWG Verified and Leaping Bunny certified which means they don’t test on animals! All products are Phalate-Free, Paraben-Free, Sulfate-Free, Silicone-Free, Synthetic Fragrance-Free, Gluten-Free, Non-GMO and dermatologist tested!

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Hip2Save Sidekick Sara has been using Follain! Check out her thoughts…

“I was really excited to mix up my skincare routine and try these products. Before getting them I had such a simple routine washing with soap and moisturizing with coconut oil because my skin is so sensitive – that’s what works for me, but I was ready for a change. I’m really excited about these products because the ingredients are clean and suitable for sensitive skin. Two weeks into my new skincare routine I can confidently say these are working so great for me!”

Give it a try with these deals…

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Follain Moisturizer: Replenish + Protect $32
Use promo code HIPSKIN20 (20% off)
Final cost $25.60!

This moisturizer deeply hydrates your skin while also working to smooth fine lines and wrinkles using Bakuchiol which is a plant-derived alternative to retinol. It also protects your skin with antioxidants. It is a fast-absorbing moisturizer and is lightly scented with Bulgarian Rosewater.

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I was hesitant to try a new moisturizer because I never have great luck with them – they either clog my pores or make my skin oily or dry, but this one has been working so great! I also feel like I’m using less makeup since it hydrates my skin so well which is a savings and a huge bonus!

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Follain Brightening Serum: Vitamin C Boost $38
Use promo code HIPSKIN20 (20% off)
Final cost $30.40!

Even your skin tone and brighten dull skin with this serum! It helps to reduce the appearance of pores, fine lines, and wrinkles while also protecting your skin.

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Follain Dual Detox Mask: Purify + Resurface $34
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Final cost $27.20!

Detox your face while clearing up acne and brightening your skin. This mask uses a variety of clays to clean your pores, remove dead skin cells and balance excess oil. Plus, a combination of Vitamin C and antioxidants will leave your skin glowing.

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This mask is so silky & creamy! It felt really great on my skin and after a few minutes, I could really feel it doing its thing. You leave it on for 20 minutes and then wash it off. My skin felt so rejuvenated after I washed it off!

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Follain Firming Serum: Collagen Boost $38
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Final cost $30.40!

This serum works great after applying a toner to smooth and hydrate your skin while encouraging collagen production for keeping your skin looking great. Its lightweight formula can be applied before a moisturizer and it can be used both in the morning and at night.

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Follain Eye Cream: Firm + Brighten $36
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Final cost $28.80!

Reduce puffy eyes, dark circles, and crow’s feet with an eye cream. This silky, gel-formula eye cream is easy to apply and easily absorbs so you can even put it on before applying makeup.

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Follain Effortless Glow Essentials $84 ($108 value)
Use promo code HIPSKIN20 (20% off)
Final cost $67.20 shipped!

This bundle includes the Brightening Serum: Vitamin C Boost, Eye Cream: Firm + Brighten, and the Dual Detox Mask: Purify + Resurface.

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  1. ivy

    Ran the Follain Moisturizer: Replenish + Protect through the CosDNA and it came back with many ingredients high on acne-causing potential: cocos Nucifera oil, theobroma cacao seed butter, tocopherol, Simmondsia Chinensis seed oil, and then those sensitive to squalane of course. Citrus Limon (Lemon) Peel Extract is highly unnecessary and is often recommended by derms to be avoided in skincare products. It can cause already sensitive skin to be more sensitive and cause photosensitivity on exposure to sunlight. Which is likely why CosDNA gave it a safety warning number. It also changes the PH of your skin which really you don’t need to do. You should look to balance the PH of your skin. Which brings me to why this moisturizer needs to add in SEVERAL PH adjusters just to rebalance it. Sodium Hydroxide – used to balance the PH – can actually damage your skin. Also why it has a safety warning number. It wouldn’t be necessary likely if it didn’t use other unnecessary ingredients they cause inbalances. Meh, There are better, cleaner products on the market in the same price range and even cheaper.

    Glad you liked it though!

    • AuntMae

      Hi ivy,
      Thank you for posting your findings. What do you think about The Ordinary skincare line?
      I don’t have sensitive skin or acne prone skin, but I would like to switch to products without the harmful and unnecessary ingredients. TIA!

      • Ivy

        The Ordinary Has some really good items and it has some not-so-great items. The Niacinamide has been a cult fav for a while, however lately it’s been receiving a lot of negativity due to piling. Something in the formulation has changed. Other cult favs from The Ordinary are the AHA/BHA Peel, Lactic Acid, Rose Hip Seed Oil, Buffet, and Retinol 1% in Squalane. Dr. Davin Lim, Dermatologist in Australia, talks about The Ordinary frequently. Some similar brands to look into are also the Inkey List and Paula’s Choice.

        • AuntMae

          Thank you, Ivy.

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