MY REVIEW: Adovia Natural Facial Moisturizer

  • Adovia Facial Moisturizer Skin Cream with Dead Sea Minerals - Dermatologist Tested & ApprovedAdovia Facial Moisturizer Skin Cream with Dead Sea Minerals - Dermatologist Tested & ApprovedAdovia Facial Moisturizer Skin Cream with Dead Sea Minerals - Dermatologist Tested & Approved$25.95 

  • Description: 

  • with Dead Sea Minerals, All Natural UV Protection and Aloe Vera.
  • Moisturize and protect your skin with Adovia's quick absorbing and non-greasy, daytime moisturizer.
  • Quenches your skin's thirst with natural, deep hydration that lasts all day giving you a more radiant complexion.
  • Helps protect skin from harmful effects of the sun and daily pollutants without clogging your pores.
  • Contains an active complex of Dead Sea Minerals for natural moisture balance.
It continues working throughout the day by improving your skin's ability to regain it's natural moisture and better retain it's moisture levels. People will wonder why your skin has than new, natural "glow".

Directions: Spread in circular motions a thin layer of Adovia Moisturizing Cream twice a day for perfect protection of the skin. Also ideal as a make-up base.
Adovia Day Moisturizing Cream moisturizes and protects skin with Adovia’s quick absorbing and non-greasy daytime formula. The moisturizer is infused with Dead Sea minerals, all natural UV protection and aloe vera. The Hypoallergenic, dermatologist tested and approved cream works to moisturize deep, hydrating skin and bringing out the natural radiance. A single application provides all-day moisture without clogging pores. Adovia moisturizing cream contains an active complex of Dead Sea minerals for natural moisture balance that is easier for skin to retain. The cream also makes an ideal makeup base.

Demineralised Water & Dead Sea Water, Stearic Acid, Glycerin, Butylene Glycol, Bergamot (Citrus Aurantium Bergamia) Oil, Cetyl Alcohol, Grape (Vitis Vinifera) Seed Oil, Caprilyc/Capric Triglyceride, Potassium Cetyl Phosphate, Carbomer, Propylene Glycol & Chamomile (Anthemis Noblis) Extract & Algae Extract & Papaya (Carica Papaya) Extract & Aloe Vera Barbadensis Gel, Urea, Lactic Acid, Dimethicone, Benzoic Acid, Chlorphenesin, Dehydroacetic Acid, Benzalkoinium Chloride, Retinyl Palmitate, Dead Sea Salt, Benzophenone-3.
This is a very thick moisturizer. The scent smells like the ocean. A little goes a long way. For very dry skin. A perfect winter cream. I love a good moisturizer that is hydrating.
Now I hate when you go to the mall and you have the kiosk vendors asking if they can ask you a question but are trying to get you to try their lotion. And it is usually the Dead Sea Minerals people. And I have been guilty falling in the trap. I ended up spending 500 dollars for the whole line. Don't get me wrong I loved it. But are you kidding me? One cream is 250 bucks. My point is I love the minerals in those creams. This cream is just like that.And not even close to the price. They have a great website that have other great products. This is a cream well worth the price.

Here is a snip it on why dead sea minerals are so beneficial:

Most moisturizers are built around ingredients that are occlusives, which prevent water evaporation from the skin, and humectants, which have a softening, smoothing effect on the epidermis. Adding mineral salt to the equation can be of particular import for aging skin, which is compromised by decreased ability to retain water and a slowing cellular metabolism. "Magnesium, calcium, sodium, and potassium are critical for proper cell-to-cell communication," says Afriat, "so replenishing the skin with minerals can help restart the signaling processes that slow down with age." When the skin's mineral quotient is out of whack, we all know it: Telltale signs such as "dryness, irritation, dullness, and blotchiness" begin to emerge, Fusco says. "Moisturizers containing salts are better than plain old occlusives because they allow moisture to be absorbed and to bind to skin more efficiently."
According to Yael Alkalay, the founder of natural beauty brand Red Flower, there's another proven reason why salt helps quench the skin: It's exfoliating, and not just when you use it as a scrub. "Salt is almost like those little goldfish in some weird pedicure place," she says. "It has a sort of instantaneous effect of taking dead skin cells off the surface of the skin. It does it very gently, leaving the skin smoother and more able to absorb moisture and nutrients." It's especially effective when combined with warm water, which increases circulation. "One of the best ways to keep skin youthful, energized, and healthy is to increase blood flow while pulling moisture and minerals in."
"Moisturization with salt is something I've been trying to explain for a long time, because I feel that salt often gets a bad rap in regards to how it can be used in a skin-care regimen," Alkalay says. When she formulated Red Flower's cleansing Bioactive Berry White Peat Exfoliant, she recalls, "everyone said, `You can't put salt in a face product!' But we did it, and for a very specific reason: It converts the water that you put on your face to give skin a higher mineral content—and minerals are absolutely crucial to healthy skin."
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It really is a beautiful soothing cream!
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