Pure Cloud Creme is a moisturizer by Skyn Iceland that will help the most sensitive skin.
Even if your skin is not normally sensitive but you’ve been out in the harsh winter weather or got a face peel that burned or maybe you were out having fun skiing? Whatever the reason – consider Pure Cloud Cream to repair the damage.
I don’t normally have sensitive skin, but last month while in New York I got a peel that didn’t agree with me. My cheeks were like chopmeat for a few hours. Luckily I woke up and was ok but it was quite scary at first. If you peel enough you’ll get your own experience with that horrible burning sensation.
I could have really used Pure Cloud Cream then to soothe my very delicate burned skin. This cream is so gentle it is described as the kid gloves of skincare. After trying a small sample, I’d say I agree. It is very gentle and most importantly moisturizing, it immediately sank into my pores.
There are a lot of great ingredients in here, some you find in other products, but other products probably don’t have the same light consistency as Pure Cloud Cream.
First off there are peptides to relieve discomfort among other things, so even if you don’t look so hot right away, you’re going to feel better faster with Pure Cloud Cream. Oat Extract will do the same thing, make you feel better which is half the battle.
The Immuno Boost is an ingredient I haven’t heard of before that absorbs UVB stabilizing your skin. The last ingredient may set this product apart from the rest, the Biospheric Complex combines Iceland’s resources, earth, air and water. The Biospheric Complex uses mineral-rich Icelandic glacial water to keep the formula totally pure and good for your skin.
The only real potential problem with this product may be the price tag. I don’t evaluate prices as everyone has their own budget and splurges and saves on different things. Personally, I think skincare makes a good investment in yourself.
$75 for 1.7 ounces
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