Have You Tried Facetheory?

Have you tried the Facetheory skincare range? I first discovered them several months ago now, and I have to say, I am hooked.

I shared last year that I was taking more of an interest in skincare, popping a few tips here to help people out if they were, like me until then, clueless! Since then, I have continued to enjoy skincare and I have tried a good range of brands and products. I also like seeing what others are enjoying and checking reviews and recommendations.

Facetheory was a brand that came to my attention in this way as I was hearing really good things about it. I decided to investigate further. I found that they are a UK company, based in Sheffield and they have a strong product range. 

A few things that they say on their website that stood out to me:

We make clean skincare with the actives you love – packaged sustainably and priced affordably. We’re vegan and cruelty-free (certified by Leaping Bunny).

We’ve got over 70,000 real customer reviews so you can buy with total confidence.

We’re so confident in our products that if you don’t get better skin we’ll give you your money back. You get 365 days to try them out.

I mean, it all sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? I have heard accounts of people having good experiences with their customer service too, along with positive product reviews. Anyway, this is all to say that I was intrigued so I ordered a few products. 


I started off with trying Azeclear Azelaic Acid Serum A15 (now the Lumizela Azelaic Acid Serum A15) back in May last year, which I have then reordered again a couple of times. I have since added the Exaglow serum, the Resvera-F Antioxidant Serum S12 and the Rengenacalm Serum S1 Pro to my routine, along with the Glycolic Face and Body Scrub E1 which I use a couple of times a week.  

As you can probably tell by me reordering history, the Lumizela is a must for me now. I use it every other evening and I can’t imagine not having it. The other 3 serums all seem to be going well so far, though I have not tried them for as long as the Lumizela so I am not yet at the point where I am convinced I must have them forever more! I do really like them, so so far so good.

The face and body scrub is lovely, very gentle yet effective and I really like the smell. That’s the other appealing thing about Facetheory, many of their products can be bought as either scented or unscented, so you can choose the option that suits you best. 

My most recent order includes a cleanser, the Vitamin C Cream Cleanser C1, the Glycolacsal Solution T4, along with reordering a couple of those serums mentioned above as I am running low. I am eagerly awaiting its arrival as I am looking forward to trying out the cleanser and solution. I only ordered at the end of last week and I’d guess it will be with my today or tomorrow, so delivery to the UK is pretty speedy. 

Facetheory products

They do have a rewards programme for returning customers and I have successfully redeemed a fair few pounds worth of points this way, which I loved! They also have a programme you can sign up for if you’ve got a few social media followers so I have done that recently as they say they might then send out products to you from time to time. I’ve already had an email from them offering me a free product this way, so I’ll update on social media at some point on how I am doing with that. I like the extra rewards, the ‘thank yous’ for repeat purchases.

I like them. Can you tell?

I am not a ‘one skincare brand only’ person. For example, I particularly like some Korean toners, essences and moisturisers that I also wouldn’t want to be without, but I am finding that Facetheory’s products draw me back time after time. Their serums and active products just seem to work so well for me and I think they’re at a good price point, along with liking many things about the company itself. 

I do have a refer a friend code, if you’re interested in trying them out. I think it gives me a few more reward points on my end and a discount for you. Just click here and it should activate for you and give you 20% off your first purchase.

Founded in 2015, Facetheory seem to be a growing brand, as they continue to develop new products and their range, whilst remaining focused on their values and customer service. I certainly can’t imagine not having a few of their products in my skincare stash, and I am looking forward to trying more of them.

Have you tried Facetheory before? What did you think? Or are you off to check them out now?

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