Sunday, December 21, 2014

Sweet Orange Infused 15% Organic Ultimate Vitamin C Moisturizer By Azure Naturals Review

A moisturizer isn't one of the beauty products I use often because more often than not, it makes my skin oilier than usual. I use them once in a while and love to try them out though specially when the dry patches and flaky skin on the sides of my nose and chin starts acting out.
Azure Naturals sent me their Ultimate Vitamin C skin set which inludes the Ultimate Vitamin C Sweet Orange Ultimate Vitamin C Moisturizer, Ultimate Vitamin C Toner and Ultimate Vitamin C Facial Cleanser. For this post, I'll focus on the Ultimate Vitamin C Moisturizer.

Azure Naturals' Ultimate Vitamin C Moisturizer is made in the USA with the highest quality of natural and organic ingredients. It doesn't contain Parabens, is plant based and contains no GMO's.
The Ultimate Vitamin C Moisturizer by Azure Naturals arrived in a silver bottle with a blue label. The bottle looks classy and elegant and I love how I can easily control the pump to dispense a small amount on my hand. The cream has a white color and has an orange-y/tangy scent.
I like to put dabs of moisturizer on my face and then massage it in a circular direction to evenly spread it.
The Ultimate Vitamin C Moisturizer by Azure Naturals is very light and non-greasy. I don't like beauty products with a greasy feel because it feels icky and sticky. I also love how this makes my skin feel soft and smooth. It absorbs very quickly and I'm impressed because I can use it daily (I use it at night) without making my skin oilier. It has made the sides of my nose and chin hydrated so I don't have to deal with the dry and flaky skin anymore.

I also like how gentle the Ultimate Vitamin C Moisturizer is yet is effective in helping my skin look moisturized and hydrated. It didn't cause any skin reactions and didn't clog my pores too.


You can purchase the Ultimate Vitamin C Moisturizer on Amazon for $17.95 with free shipping if you have Prime.

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a sample for free in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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