Thursday, April 28, 2016

Mineral Fusion Mineral SPF 40 Face Moisturizer Review

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Mineral Fusion Mineral SPF 40 Face Moisturizer
I am a stickler when it comes to doing everything in my power to defend my face against the ravages of time and the elements. Therefore, I make it a habit to never leave the house without some form of sunscreen.  A wonderful multitasking mineral moisturizer that I tried lately was the one I received from vegan brand, Mineral Fusion.

In the past, I have had trouble with reactions from some chemical sunscreens.  However, I never had a problem with the mineral formulas or any of the skin care products that I have already sampled from Mineral Fusion.   

Their Mineral SPF 40 Face Moisturizer has no phthalate, paraben, gluten or artificial color and is 100% vegan to safeguard health.  Mineral Fusion’s formula is gentle with a marvelous, thicker consistency that is not too heavy or too light. Yet, this lotion feels practically weightless on your skin.  

This non-sticky lotion is quickly absorbing and makes a nice base to apply primer or your foundation without casting that white look that you can get when using a natural sunscreen  while satisfying the skin with plenty of moisture and sun protection.  

Furthermore, I never looked greasy wearing this through my day.  Though I do have to admit that my complexion is dry, but its shea butter along with the mineral water formula gave me a dewy look.

If you’re hunting for a great natural moisturizer/sunscreen that won’t make you look like a ghost afterwards, I urge you to try Mineral Fusion’s Mineral SPF 40 Face Moisturizer ($24.99) because it is a true find and the next best friend an aging face can have. Find it at the company’s website or Whole Foods.

1 comment:

Brenda said...

Sounds like a nice moisturizer to use. I like ones that are thick. Does it have the typical sunscreen smell or does it have a different scent?