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Natural Dermatology Day Moisturiser for Acne Prone Skin Review and Giveaway

In Giveaways, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com41 Comments

Problematic skin

All my life I battled with some sort of a skin problem. I always have had spots on my face, even into adulthood. I never got to the bottom of the reasons why, because it’s not that bad. But, I sport a pimple or rather two all the time. Especially after being pregnant and breastfeeding, I can see how my skin changed for the worse. Also, my lifestyle doesn’t help either: although I am doing my best eating healthy and drinking plenty, I’m still sleep deprived, often stressed and I drink way too much coffee. I admit, I’m quite lazy with my beauty routine lately, but I’m just too tired in the evenings (well, mornings too) to maintain a 20-25 minutes routine. I just don’t have the time for that. So I’ve been thinking about to use special products for this problem for a while but I always had the impression of the special acne prone skin products being too harsh for my skin. 

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Natural Dermatology Day Moisturiser

Luckily I’ve just been introduced to Natural Dermatology products and they kindly sent me  a day moisturiser to test and review. As you know, I’m all in for natural cosmetics, because I believe harsh chemicals are bad for us. Organic and natural products work for me, they contain no toxics and they are not tested on animals (because there’s no need for it. A human can test them too). This face cream contains avocado, safflower and German chamomile extract, hence the lovely mint green colour. It’s a very light cream and it’s very easy to apply with the pump. I used it for about 3-4 weeks now and I like it. Initially it gave me a little rash on the dry areas on my face but they were gone in 3 days. My skin can be be quite sensitive, so I was expecting this, normally happens with all new facial products. Using it for a few weeks now it does make a difference and I can see less new spots on my usual jawline area. (These are a nightmare to clear, it takes a long time to heal.) I miss an SPF only.

 

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My favourite things about it:

  • leaves no greasy feeling
  • it didn’t make my skin feel dry either
  • absorbs quickly 
  • can use it under my foundation
  • cruelty-free

And now you can also win this fantastic daily moisturiser. For a chance to win, please enter the giveaway below: 

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The giveaway is open to all UK residents aged 18 or over.

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I received this product for my honest and unbiased review.

Comments

  1. My best beauty tip is to use facial oil. whatever your skin type, there is a suitable facial oil. It keeps skin plump and dewy and am sure it is keeping my lines at bay

  2. I use a good moisturiser I always think that helps ohh and a scrub.

  3. I use pure honey mask to bring shine Tommy face and it help rejuvenation and dryness for a week.

  4. for spots tea tree oil reduces the size and redness in no time x

  5. Coconut Oil, works wonders for loads of things, nice overnight face mask

  6. Use a deep-cleansing mask once a week to rid your skin of impurities and dead skin cells that may be clogging pores. Make sure you’re using the right type of mask for your skin type.

  7. Cucumber slices on the eyes to make them brighter and relieve puffiness

  8. Moisturiser it seems to bring out a freshness to my skin when I apply it.

  9. Mixing together a little facial scrub with facial balm makes a lovely, luxurious face mask and really softens the skin.

  10. Cucumber on my eyes. Really relaxing and helps with those dark circles.

  11. talc in my hair if its a little greasy an i dont have time to wash it

  12. Mascara for me as if i dont use it i look really tired. i find mascara really opens up my eyes and actually makes me look a bit younger.

  13. I think beach hair spray if I can’t be bothered to do my hair 🙂

  14. dry shampoo, has helped me when needed to wash my hair but not had the time

  15. Mine is a quick splash of cold water on my face. This sounds really good, thanks for the giveaway.

  16. I always use sudocrem on spots and sunburn anything really as it’s a antiseptic and great

  17. To use coconut oil as a quick but deep and effective hair mask-to add moisture quickly.

  18. Exfoliating with st ives – makes my face glow 🙂 especially short notice x

  19. My favourite quick beauty fix is wash face daily with suitable wash solution

  20. My favourite quick beauty fix is to use steam rooms when can

  21. I use almond oil as a facial oil. It absorbs very quickly into my dry skin and relieves that horrid “tight skin” feeling.

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