Osea Review


Jenefer Palmer founded Osea in the 1990’s. Jenefer found inspiration for Osea simply by looking around her own home and, in fact, initial batches of Osea were made in her own kitchen. All the ingredients and minerals that are in Osea are 100% natural. Except for two other items that are made from seaweed and various other oils fro the ocean, all of the natural ingredients come directly from the sea. Osea claims that they do not use the wildlife from the ocean in any way which means Osea is 100% cruelty free. Osea skin care products are made of the purest ingredients. The product brand has achieved some success, which includes awards for Overall Best Product and Rising Star of Beauty.

The Osea product line includes moisturizers, lotions and cleansers. There are several other products that can also be found on Osea’s website. Besides purchasing Osea products customers can also choose to participate in the “virtual spa.” The spa lets customers explore their own skin then find the best way to take care of their skin. The official website also lets customers view all product details. Customers can review the ingredients and understand the benefits of each individual item. The press has reviewed Osea in various reports and magazines.

The price range of Osea’s products ranges from $10 to $100. There are also travel kits, bath products and facial masks. However, there doesn’t seen to be a return policy of any kind.

Product Details

Osea does post all the ingredients for all their products for customers to review. This is something that not all skin care companies take the time to do. This gives customers the opportunity to verify that the products really do contain all the basic ingredients that Osea claims.

Within the cream is a very long list of amino acids and moisturizers that are common in other anti aging creams. Vitamin E, Vitamin C, and Aloe Vera moisturize the skin and repair any damage from free radicals in the environment. This cream does contain Vitamin A also called Retinol. Retinol peels away the top layer of the skin and reveals the new skin underneath. . This process is somewhat controversial in that, while it does have an effect on wrinkles, it also causes dry red patches on the face. Retinol can be especially dangerous for users with sensitive skin.

The Good

  • Products contain natural ocean minerals and oils.
  • The prices are inexpensive.
  • Osea’s website is easy to navigate and all information can easily be found.

The Bad

  • Not enough anti-aging products offered by the Osea brand.
  • Ingredients do not include any cutting edge peptides.
  • Website does not contain any research information or product reviews
  • Website does not contain testimonials from satisfied customers

The Bottom Line

There are several companies that have ocean minerals in their products. Other products also make a point of using sea salt which is supposedly therapeutic. Jenefer Palmer is committed to natural marine based skin care, however these products would be even better if there was trial information and better customer service when it comes to product samples and return policies.

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  1. As far as similarity to the Osea essential oils and the marine products, what other product lines come close for the private aesthetician who would condsider using this line?
    I know that La Mer contains many similar ingredients but is also targeted at a very very high end audience, so is undesirable.
    Anything you can suggest to compare to Osea ess. oils/marine products such as the sea spray etc., while at a similar cost?

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