Review: Kate Somerville Goat Milk Moisturizing Cream #katesomerville #goatmilkcream #moisturizer

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1.7 fl.oz./50mL $65.00

Kate Somerville Goat Milk Moisturizing Cream is great for sensitive skin or for those who have skin problems like eczema or psoriasis. It delivers deep hydration and helps to repair skin's natural lipid barrier. The gentle formula instantly absorbs to create a beautiful, healthy glow. Lactose from Goat's Milk instantly absorbs to help create this glow. It also soothes dry, sensitive skin. Has been tested safe for sensitive skin. Jojoba and Avocado hydrate and condition the skin. Naturally soothing Aloe helps calm the skin. Grape Seed Oil and Vitamin E are natural antioxidants that help neutralize free radicals. Use in the morning or at night. If used during the morning, make sure to follow up with a safe SPF, such as a mineral sunscreen. Apply a thin, even layer to face and neck prior to using sunscreen. 

Center dispensing jar instructions: remove over-cap by gently lifting up. Place both thumbs evenly apart on white dispensing pump. Press down evenly several times to create a vacuum until product is dispensed. When finished, replace cap. 

I have found that the eczema on my neck responds well to this cream, and this moisturizer alone. It doesn't like any other moisturizers. I can use this one all over my face and neck. However, other kinds I can only use on my face. I try and eat a lot of probiotics and keep my stronger skincare away from my eczema, but this is a very gentle cream that works well for just very sensitive skins. I would recommend it for sensitive, mature, dry, and combination skins. It absorbs quickly and works well as a moisturizer. Helps make the skin feel soft and soothed. 

Kate Somerville Goat Milk Moisturizing Cream comes in two sizes: a 1 fl.oz. for $50 and a 1.7 fl.oz. for $65. Like Kate Somerville on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/katesomervilleskincare; Follow Kate Somerville on Twitter: @katesomerville; Follow Kate Somerville on Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/katesomervilles/; Follow Kate Somerville on Instagram: https://instagram.com/katesomervilleskincare/ and Subscribe to Kate Somerville on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/katesomervilleskin.

Until Next Time~

Marie Papachatzis



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