Although this product is marketed for the face, I found it to be a little too thick for me. My skin on my face is on the oily side, so I really cannot use thick creams like this one without breaking out. But if you have dry to normal skin, you can likely use this moisturizer liberally without any problems. It does have a light, perfumey scent, however; so if you prefer unscented lotions, you should skip this one.
I ended up using this moisturizer on my hands and legs, and for that purpose it worked really well. The moisturizer is dense enough to really sink in and battle the winter dryness and cold. Niacin is good for repairing the skin, so I hope to see some improvement in my scars and sun spots, which the product promises to deliver. (I used the moisturizer for several weeks, but it was not enough time to really measure or note a change in the skin discoloration.)
All things considered, this is a quality moisturizer that has a pleasant scent and a thick, emollient texture. Its other virtues include all natural ingredients like Vitamin C and rosehip oil, it is Made in the USA and there was no animal testing. The packaging includes a nozzle you can use to control how much product you pump out at one time, so you won’t have any big spills or mishaps.
Where I got my moisturizer: InstaNatural
Where you can get your moisturizer: InstaNatural
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