Evanhealy skincare – let your skin breathe

I first learned about evanhealy skincare through a blog subscriber. She has absolutely sworn by their products and encouraged me to try them. She has been using their Rose Face Care kit so when given a chance to try this for myself that’s what I chose too.

Evanhealy is an artisan-quality skin care treatment line created by aesthetician Evan Healy. Her holistic approach draws from traditional plantlore, aromatherapy, ayurveda, and homeopathy. Her motto is “skin breathes”. She believes that so much that it’s on the packaging of her products. She also believes that “less is more” therefore you won’t find a lot of superfluous products in her line. Reading her philosophy helps me understand the important balance there is between skin and our inner workings. In the words of the lovely lady that encouraged me to learn about this line:  ”Marcia, I’m not kidding when I say this stuff has changed my oily skin into normal in about a week.  It’s balanced it somehow and I look forward to coming home, taking off makeup and doing the EH routine.”  Those are strong words which I was eager to prove for myself.

Evanhealy sells seveal kinds of kits that are good for 7 to 10 days. There’s the Rose Face Kit (which I’m reviewing); the Blue Face Kit which is especially good for sensitive skin issues; the Blemish Face Kit and the Clay Mask kit. These range in price from $25.95 to $33.95. In addition they also sell a lot of their products as travel/trial sizes. While the Rose kit says it lasts 7 to 10 days I still have product left to continue using most of it. I’d love it if all companies were this consumer oriented. What a perfect way to know if a skincare line works for you!

The kit contains 5 products. I’ll explain each one and try not to wax poetic about them since you can learn about them directly from the source.

  1. Rose Cleansing Milk
  2. Rose Geranium Facial Tonic Hydrosol
  3. Rosehip Treatment Facial Serum (an oil)
  4. Rose Vetiver Day Moisturizer
  5. French Rose Clay (for a mask)

Using the recommendations of our subscriber I followed most of her suggestions: “Cleanse AM, then dry face, spray hydrosol on face and press fingers gently into skin, moisturize with rose vetivier.  PM: cleanse, hydrosol again, rose facial serum (love this and the hydrosols the best).  I usually spritz again after serum and to make sure everything is evenly distributed and with the oil, a little goes a long way. “ You’ll notice in what she writes and in what the kit holds, there’s not a night moisturizer. That’s because Evan Healy believes that nighttime is the best time for your skin to regenerate. You can use the moisturizer if you want but it isn’t really necessary.

The Rose Cleansing Milk is a very gentle cleanser; it’s wax free and cleanses skin thoroughly without drying it out. The ingredient list is amazing. Every ingredient in this cleanser (and all their products) is there for a specific reason that your skin requires. All the products I’ve tried are scented with the essential oils and natural ingredients they are created with. The Rose Cleansing Milk is the lightest fragrance of them all.

Rose Geranium Facial Tonic Hydrosol is as wonderful as I was told. This refreshing spray is also lightly scented and feels wonderful on my skin. Read what evanhealy has to say and you too will be convinced that you need this: Pure plant hydrosols are some of nature’s best antioxidants. They play an important role in protecting the skin from free radicals and pollution. Saturating the skin daily with these precious waters restores pH balance, promotes cell repair, refreshes and tones skin tissue, maintaining soft and smooth skin while significantly increasing vitality and hydration to all skin conditions.

After the Facial Tonic Hydrosol has dried down I then put on Rosehip Facial Serum. This is a light oil that doesn’t feel oily. As lovely as this is, it becomes even better when it’s combined with the Hydrosol. They work in tandem to help with hydration and suppleness. This is especially great if you have oily skin because with time it helps balance it and helps with problems like pimples and large pores.

During the day I follow with Rose Vetiver Moisturizer. I find that this is the most strongly fragranced of all the products. When I’ve used this entire regime I will notice the fragrance for about an hour but not consistently, it’s more on and off.  I’m extremely fragrance sensitive so others may not notice the fragrance the same way that I do. If I don’t find it bothersome then I’m sure others won’t either. The moisturizer is recommended for both oily and dry skin so it makes it ideal for someone like me that has an oily t-zone along with dry cheeks. I also follow this with a sunscreen.

The French Rose Clay Mask is used weekly. This was a little complicated the first time I used it but after one time it was second nature. First you gently steam your face over hot (but not too hot) water. Apply a little of the Rosehip Facial Serum onto your skin and then rub the powdered clay over that. I allow it to dry and then use cool water on a muslin cloth to remove it. There are more ways to use the mask than I did that you can learn about from evanhealy. The mask is a great way to exfoliate your face without any harshness. My skin felt refreshed and looking glowing both times I was able to use it.

My skin has been loving this routine. During my testing time I’ve gone through days in the hospital waiting room (big smile on my face), a religious ceremony that was so crowded I could barely move and a killer cold. My skin stayed blemish free throughout as well as looking great. I definitely understand the raves that I was told. To make this even better – evanhealy skincare is very reasonably priced. The prices of these range from $21.95 to $37.95. Try to find this kind of quality at a department store – I can assure you that you won’t. It’s wonderful to find a natural skincare company that puts this much expertise and love into their products and I am happy for the recommendation. – Marcia


  1. Great review! I will definitely try this line. I have been interested in it for a while now. I recently tried Enzo Skin based on your review, and Pai skincare too. Can you tell me how the EH compares to those lines, or which you like best? Thanks!!

  2. I’ve never tried Pai skincare. I don’t know if I have a favorite between Enzo and Evanhealy. They are both excellent lines and I’m thrilled with what I use from both. Evanhealy is a little more well rounded since I can use the moisturizer during the day and I prefer to use Enzo Skin at night. The Enzo Skin Pure Vitamin E Oil moisturizer is something I love using before bed. Mine is almond scented and I love to get in bed and smell that. Evanhealy is going to be used a lot when my skin is feeling distressed since I think it has a lot of healing properties. Hope this helps,

  3. I’m really interested to try Evanhealy’s line after reading this post (I even googled it. haha). Thank you for sharing. 🙂

  4. Bailey says:

    I’ve read some great things about evanhealy but hadn’t taken the plunge. I agree it’s great that they have these sample sets so that’s what I’ll buy.

  5. Bailey says:

    I’ve read some great things about evanhealy but hadn’t taken the plunge. I agree it’s great that they have these sample sets so that’s what I’ll buy.

  6. Oooh! This sounds great- Now I really want to try this line! The rose clay mask sounds so interesting

  7. What a beautiful line!

  8. I love the sound of this line. I want to try the blemish kit.

  9. joelle Garland says:

    I found the kit at my nearby grocery store so I jumped and bought the Blemish kit because I’m seriously needing something that works for my acne-prone skin. I’ve only used it for a few days but hooray it’s working well and my skin is starting to heal (though I can’t vouch for their blemish kit). I can’t thank you enough for introducing me to this skincare line. I used Rodan and Fields but they’re so expensive now so it’s nice to find another line that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg.

  10. joelle Garland says:

    I meant to say “blemish roll-on” not blemish kit, sorry for the confusion.

  11. yuk lau says:

    where is evanshealy originaly from?
    where can I buy the product?

  12. beautyin says:

    There is a link on the review that will take you directly from to the Evan Healy site. It’s a US company.


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