Saturday, March 7, 2015

#Foxbrim Vitamin C Lotion First Impressions

Expect more from your daily moisturizer. It starts with quality skin protection with proven vitamin C. All the benefits in a single bottle. Create eight-fold antioxidant protection while effectively preventing the formation of free radicals. From lightening sun spots and discoloration to reducing wrinkle formation our lotion provides a number of essential benefits to fortify and prepare skin for the day. 
Enjoy the full benefits of a combination of MSM, Green Tea and Vitamin C. With soothing Aloe, effective restorative agents can work to strengthen skin elasticity and promote cell turnover. All for your healthiest skin yet!
Create healthy hydrated skin that radiates.
• Effectively lighten spots and discoloration• Reduce wrinkle formation and existing wrinkles• Refine and even skin texture
• Promote skin cell turnover
Key Ingredients include:+ Vitamin C (15%)+ Aloe Vera+ MSM+ Shea Butter+ Jojoba Oil+ Green Tea

This moisturizer has a nice consistency - it's thick enough to be able to comfortably work with, but thin enough to absorb quickly. It has a nice refreshing scent that dissipates shortly after application. I have oily skin, and this is a perfect daytime moisturizer for me. I did not notice too much of a brightening effect while using this moisturizer, but maybe with prolonged use there would be more of a noticeable effect.

You can find the Foxbrim Vitamin C Lotion on Amazon.

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