Seaweed Mattifying Day Cream
I love this stuff! It works well for me me, especially during the summer months in AZ when its super hot, and really dry. I gave it a 3-star performance rating simply because its not moisturizing enough for me to use in the wintertime. When I began using the Seaweed line I skipped this product at first -- its called a cream, and I typically avoid creams because they're so thick. This is actually more of a hybrid gel/cream; not so thick and gooey as your typical cream, but definitely not as thin as a gel. Love the texture, fragrance, and consistency. Its light, it absorbs quickly, and leaves my skin feeling fresh and moisturized. Great for anyone with normal/combination skin, with areas of dryness/flakiness. I supplement this with Tarte's Maracuja Oil to take care of the extra dryness I experience during the winter months, or if I'm just dealing with some flakiness around my nose.
February 28, 2014
Dried my skin out
I have combination skin, and I made a mistake using this product (and other seaweed products) during the winter. It made my skin so dry that the skin underneath my eyes started to crack and peel, regardless of how much I tried to avoid that area. I don't recommend this to people with combination skin; I recommend it to those with overly oily skin. Otherwise it might dry you out like it did to me. Another thing I don't like about it is the texture and consistency; it's kind of thin and sticky, but at least it smells good!
February 10, 2014
Does what it says.
This product does exactly what it says it'll do. I live in Florida, so we get kind of hot and humid here. This cream definitely takes away shine and oil. I like that it doesn't have SPF, sunscreen gives me acne.
February 6, 2014
Never be shiny again!
I was a bit hesitant with this product at first because of the price but bit my lip and decided to give it a try. After a week I noticed that my face wasn't as oily and my forehead, my main concern, was not shiny anymore. I'm a male and I use this product daily and a little bit of this stuff goes a VERY long way!
January 25, 2014