Good Molecules Review

Clean beauty at an affordable price point? You betcha! Here are my thoughts and a review of a few products from Good Molecules.


It’s Friday, so let’s talk skincare! I was recently introduced to Good Molecules, an affordable, clean skincare brand. When it comes to skincare, I don’t need my products to include clean ingredients but it is a pleasant surprise when they are. Good Molecules products are not only backed by science, but the team works with top labs to address the major skincare concerns including acne, hyperpigmentation, redness, and the signs of aging. You’re girl is here for all of that!

Now before we jump in, I do want to inform you that the folks over at Beautylish did reach out to to me at the beginning of January to try a few products. However, I was not in anyway required to create content. I had a great experience with these products, so I figured I’d share. Ok, let’s get to it!

Good Molecules Review

Niacinamide Serum – If you’re not familiar with niacinamide basically it’s a holy grail ingredient that reduces texture, pores, and does wonders for your overall complexion. This serum is a gamechanger, folks! This product is used solely for my nighttime skincare routine. In the morning my skin is supple, soft to the touch, an oh so bright. All that for only $6 – A STEAL!

Niacinamide Brightening Toner -This product is alcohol-free and is formulated to brighten the skin and dullness, not to mention it’s supposed to reduce the size of pores. Also, I love products that are packed with vitamin C – my skin loves it – and this one is. I have used this for both my morning and nighttime routine and I’m telling y’all, I see a difference! My skin is much more even and less textured, which is one of my issues. Note, the consistency of this toner is a tad different from regular toners. It’s slightly thicker and not overly watery.

Pineapple Exfoliating Powder – I have to start off by saying that this exfoliator smells like baby puke which sucks BUT I can’t deny that I kinda I love it. It’s formulated with Vitamin C, fruit enzymes and rice powder to brighten, soften, and gently exfoliate. I mix in a bit of water to my palm with the powder to create a paste and then I massage it to my skin core a few minutes. Afterwards my skin is smooth and soft which makes this an A+ product.

Silicone-Free Priming Moisturizer – I saved the best for last! This moisturizer is probably my favorite of the bunch. It preps your skin for flawless makeup application, and packed with macadamia seed oil and shea butter. It leaves my skin smooth and hydrated which is essentially want you want in your skincare products. I use this as a 2-1 product for priming and moisturizing.

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All and all, I’m a fan of Good Molecules and was impressed at what they offer at an amazing price point. I love that they use clean ingredients and will be adding a few products to my skincare arsenal.

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