A Multi-Tasking All Natural Moisturizer That Leaves Skin Amazingly Soft

Body Merry Retinol Surge Moisturizer

Body Merry Retinol Surge Moisturizer

If you are seeking a multi-tasking moisturizer that is also all natural, organic, cruelty free and made in the USA, this Body Merry Retinol Surge Moisturizer is a great option for you.

Packed with soothing ingredients like aloe and green tea, this gentle cream hydrates effectively, leaving skin feeling baby soft within mere seconds of application.

In addition to being gentle and moisturizing, this product is non-irritating. Many creams infused with retinol cause immediate redness or stinging. In contrast, I did not experience any irritation, redness or discomfort with this moisturizer.

The texture is what I would term a middle-weight cream. It is not a light gel; it is definitely thick and creamy. The moisturizer is not too thick, however, which is great for people like me who have oily facial skin and therefore want a product that absorbs into the skin nearly instantly. The product sinks in fast, so you can layer on your cosmetics or sunscreen within a few moments of application.

This product is also unscented, which is wonderful for people with sensitive skin who tend to react badly to perfumes, or for guys who don’t want to smell floral or sugary. Although it is intended for use on the face, this moisturizer can be applied elsewhere, too. I happen to like it best on my hands.

In theory, retinol helps reduce sun spots, discoloration and lines and wrinkles; I must admit I did not see such dramatic results in terms of reduction in discoloration when using this moisturizer.

I should also note, however, that some of my sun damage is pretty bad, so an over the counter product might not be strong enough to combat my damage thoroughly. If you have only minor sun damage, this moisturizer will likely produce more visible results for you in terms of lightening up your spots or reversing out your fine lines and wrinkles.

All in all, I enjoyed using this product and found it an effective hydrator that made my skin texture feel smooth and lovely.

Where I Got My Moisturizer: Amazon

Where You Can Get Your Moisturizer: Amazon

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

Alcohol Free, Non-Irritating Toner with All Natural Anti-Inflammatory Ingredients

This alcohol freeĀ Natural Refresh Toner by Foxbrim is non-irritating and gentle, even though it contains the skin-tightening astringent witch hazel. Aloe is mixed into the formulation to provide soothing moisture and a green scent note.

MSM (Methylsulfonylmethane), an anti-inflammatory, is also a key ingredient in this toner.

Some people feel witch hazel is an anti-inflammatory also; for me, it tends to have cleansing and oil reduction properties, but it does not necessarily reduce my normal redness levels.

The combination of witch hazel plus MSM in this toner might be extra effective for individuals with sensitive skin that is prone to ruddiness.

As a toner, this product is light and watery, not oily. It does not sting. You can dispense the toner using the built-in pump-action spray nozzle, or you can spritz it onto cotton pads and then apply it that way. I prefer the cooling sensation of the spray.

The one element that might bother you, especially if you prefer your products to be unscented, is the way this toner smells–sort of green, medicinal and herbal. You can definitely tell a number of plants with medicinal properties have been added to the product. I feel the aloe note was particularly strong, and this happens to be a scent I don’t like very much. But if you love the green, fresh smell of aloe, then this toner might smell extra good to you. In my case, I would have preferred a more floral or citrus scent.

Where I got my toner: Amazon

Where you can get your toner: Amazon

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.