Wednesday, January 29, 2020
Review: AHAVA Time To Hydrate Essential Day Moisturizer Normal To Dry Skin #AHAVA #TimeToHydrate #EssentialDayMoisturizer #NormalToDrySkin #Moisturizer
(product photo courtesy of www.ahava.com)
1.7 fl.oz./50mL $45.00
I received this moisturizer in my January IPSY bag and I received a full size product. Actually I received a special deluxe sized version of this product that goes beyond the normal full sized version of the normal selling size. I have used AHAVA before, not skincare but body care and have liked it so I thought I would like this product.
AHAVA Time To Hydrate Essential Day Moisturizer Normal To Dry Skin is a light but potent moisturizer that helps hydrate and moisturize dry skin. The hydration is deep and lasts all day long. It has a rich, absorbent formula that nourishes skin without feeling greasy. Amino acids lock in moisture with rich humectant properties. This product helps to maintain your skin's ideal balance with a moisturizer formulated to last all day thanks to 21 essential mineral, found in their signature mineral catalyst including magnesium, calcium and potassium. ProVitamin B5 and Vitamin E infuse skin with rich, long-lasting moisture. Aloe vera and Vitamin E help protect against environmental damage, as they are antioxidants. Skin is left looking dewy, shine-free and looks great with or without makeup.
I think this product moisturizes very well and leaves skin feeling hydrated and soft. However, there is one very glaring thing with this cream that I feel is left out and that is sunscreen. If you are going to make a day moisturizer that is anti-aging or says it can be used for anti-aging purposes, you need to put a sunscreen in it. It doesn't have to be a chemical one either. In fact, it should be a mineral one so that everyone can use it. It is comical to think that people are going to be wearing one cream for moisture and another for sunscreen and then possibly use a foundation and maybe a primer too? That is ridiculous. People want to use something that hydrates, primes, and acts as a sunscreen then wear foundation on top. You cannot rely on foundation to have SPF because it does not go over the neck and it doesn't get applied heavily enough like moisturizer does. Otherwise, this cream is very nice and I like it. I would say keep it for a night cream if you would like since it is such a good cream. It has plenty of anti-aging and hydrating properties.
AHAVA Time To Hydrate Essential Day Moisturizer Normal To Dry Skin retails for $45.00 and can be found online at www.ahava.com and anywhere AHAVA is sold. Like AHAVA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ahavaus/ and Follow AHAVA on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ahava/.
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