Snowberry Bright Defence Day Cream No 1 Review

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Snowberry Bright Defence Day Cream No 1 ($59) Bright Defence is different from our other creams and serums, says Soraya. In Bright Defence I wanted creams and serums suitable for skin from age 18 to 80, that combined heavy loadings of free-radical combating anti-oxidants, with natural brightening ingredients that help to smooth uneven skin tone. Especially suitable for oily skin, The Bright Defence Day Cream No.1 contains many nourishing herbal emollients and anti-oxidants, including Rosehip, Grapeseed, Passion Flower and macadamia, as well as the very special New Zealand Harakeke Oil, cultivated in the Snowberry gardens. The Day Cream also contains the essential glycosaminoglycan, hyaluronic acid to boost deep hydration and water retention. Safe and gentle skin brightening agents include ODA White, Chromabright and Seppicalm. A day cream to be used in the morning after cleansing and toning.

My Thoughts:

There are 3 Snowberry Bright Defence Day Creams. No 1 is for people with oily and combination skin. No 2 is for normal skin. No 3 is for dry skin. This review is for No 1.

I like the Snowberry Bright Defence Day Cream. It’s very light and kept my skin moisturized all day. It didn’t leave my face looking or feeling greasy, oily. The cream absorbed very quickly, and I had no trouble wearing it underneath my makeup. Also, it had the usual light, organic natural scent like all the other Snowberry products I’ve used.  I do wish the Snowberry Bright Defense Day Cream had SPF. That would make it a true day cream in my opinion. Would I repurchase? No, I wouldn’t. To me it’s just a regular day cream. Even though I like it, there wasn’t anything special about it. Also, the $59 cost doesn’t help either.

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