Just a quick review on this gel cream moisturiser I got from my Sasa haul a few weeks ago. I decided to get this product as I wanted to try out a new moisturiser and find something that will be hydrating enough for my poor dry skin. I had a look around on Sasa and found something that was affordable and had many good reviews. So here is the C+M 24h Super Hydrating UV Brightening Gel Cream, purchased for US$6.80 (full price US$19.10) for 45mL, a product made in Korea.
A description from the Sasa website (have a click to look at other reviews too):
This new light and non-oily 24hr. gel cream is specially formulated to suit all skin type, especially those tend to dehydrated, dull and tired stressed skin, for soothing, moisturizing and brightening to regain brilliant, healthy and young skin. Special formulated Moisturing & Brilliant Complex (OBC) of herbal extracts and Plants Placenta with its biotechnological actives to provide skin cells oxygen form respiration which stimulates skin vitality, regenerate ATP and activate bio-energetic metabolism of skin for brightening and whitening. Rich in SOD and minerals, its strong anti-oxidant property protects skin from external aggression and pre-mature aging. With exclusive Hydrating Complex, it restores hydro balance of skin and at the same time forms a shield to prevent loss of moisture. With natural essential oil extract, a soothing agent to soften skin for suppleness whilst UV filters provide normal sun protection.Apply daily in the morning and night on a cleansed face, with light upward and outward circular movements until complete absorption.
Definitely something I need! A gel cream for dehydrated skin, perfect. When I opened up the jar, the first thing I noticed was that it had a gel consistency, nothing like cream- as well as the beads. Why are there beads? Do they moisturise too? Are they there for exfoliation? I was quite excited to try it out as it was unique.
|Gel consistency with green beads|
Does this product intrigue you? What do you think the green beads were doing in there, in a gel cream?