Review: SkinFood Royal Honey Good Moisturizing Cream
I usually don't have high expectations when it comes to moisturizers. I expect them to moisturize me, but that's about it. Other skin care issues is what the other steps in my skin care routine are for! However, this moisturizer blew all my expectations away.
Ingredient list from cosdna.com:
Water, glycerin, olea europaea fruit oil, sunflower seed oil, macadamia integrifolia seed oil, squalene, hydrogenated lecithin, magnifera indica seed butter, betaine, honey, beta-glucan, portulaca oleracea extract, phytosteryl/octyldodecyl lauroyl glutamate, ethylhexylglycerin,1,2-hexanediol, sodium carbomer, anthemis noibilis flower extract, aloe barbadensis leaf juice powder, xanthan gum, hydroxyethylcellulose, carbomer;carboxvinyl polymer
I like that it comes in a tube. Using a spatula to get cream out of a jar has always been a bit of a hassle for me. The texture is very smooth, it's almost more like a thick gel rather than a moisturizer. It practically melts onto my skin during application, and doesn't leave a sticky feeling. This cream makes my skin glow, both right after application and the next day.
I have dehydrated skin, and it should be noted that I don't use this as the only moisturizing step in my routine. I use it right after Scinic Aqua All In One Ampoule, which also gives a large amount of hydration. Therefore I can't comment on whether or not this cream would be enough moisture all by itself. However, as the last step of my routine, it's everything I wanted and more.
I am absolutely going to repurchase this, as I doubt I'll find something better for my skin.