Read on to see why this is one of my new holy grails...
|InstaNatural Retinol Moisturizer|
As usual, this can be purchased on InstaNatural's Amazon page or at http://instanatural.com.
InstaNatural Retinol Moisturizer Claims:
InstaNatural’s Retinol Moisturizer contains a robust formula of handpicked ingredients designed to transform older, damaged skin into a healthier and youthful appearance. Retinol is a powerful antioxidant derived from Vitamin A, one of the strongest and most trusted ingredients for anti-aging skin care. Once absorbed, Retinol is converted into Retinoic Acid, which starts working to help restore skin and diminish the appearance of sun damage and signs of aging, such as wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, hyperpigmentation, rough texture, and more.
Vitamin C – another powerful antioxidant – works synergistically to aid in this process of battling early signs of aging, as well as repairing existing damage to promote healthier skin.
Simultaneously, Hyaluronic Acid, Jojoba Oil, Shea Butter and Green Tea deliver premium nourishment and hydration to keep your skin moisturized. This intensive moisturizing cream is the perfect addition to your regimen to restore and renew firmness, elasticity and thickness of the skin for a flawless and radiant complexion.
Organic aloe vera, organic sunflower oil, retinol, palm oil, glyceryl stearate, cetyl alcohol, stearic acid, vitamin C (Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate), vegan hyaluronic acid, organic jojoba oil, kosher vegetable glycerin, shea butter, wildcrafted green tea, wildcrafted propolis, vitamin E (Tocopheryl acetate), vitamin B5 (panthenol), phenoxyethanol, ethylhexyl glycerin, xanthan gum, citric acidMY THOUGHTS:
Okay, so for whatever reason, this moisturizer, when used in conjunction with the retinol serum (review coming after this post), makes my face SO CLEAR. All my pimples fade and get reduced after prolonged use of this combo. This cream is moisturizing enough that I don't feel all dry, but it's not so moisturizing that I feel sticky. It's a perfect consistency, and honestly, I am very surprised that it makes my pimples go away, even more so than the moisturizers from InstaNatural that are supposed to contain acids and stuff that would be helpful in fighting acne. Go figure.
Would I recommend? Yes. Also always remember to use sunscreen if you're using some kind of retinol product.
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