ETIVAL LABORATOIRE Ener-C Moisturizing Lotion

31 Jan

I studied the product a couple years ago and decided to give it a try when I spotted it on special. It is very comparable to VICHY’s Aqualia Antiox Moisturizer, my current choice product. They are both packed with vitamin C and produced by dermotologist recommended companies. After trying both, I would stick the the claim of them being very similar, but recommend each to a different consumers. This particular product I would say is great for those with drier skin, as it is a thicker cream. It also boasts a protection of SPF 30, for those looking to combine products.

Personally, I will stick the the lotion produced by VICHY. It is a fluid texture, allowing quick absorption, and I notice a larger increase in radiance from this product versus the cream above.

Hypoallergenic
Dermatologist Recommended
Paraben Free
SPF 30
Texture: Cream
50 ml
Product of CANADA

1/2 Great for all skin types, except those experiencing sensitivity to vitamin C or oranges
1/2 Decent in all categories of effectiveness
* Easy to use, quick application
* Fairly priced and regularly with promotion
1/2 Not targeted to prestige, but fair use

Recommended Use:

Apply to face and neck, avoiding eye area, after cleansing and/or toning the skin. Can be worn alone or under make up. Allow for 1 to 2 minutes for absorption before applying following products.

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2 Responses to “ETIVAL LABORATOIRE Ener-C Moisturizing Lotion”

  1. Lynda July 26, 2013 at 6:10 AM #

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