Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Dermalogica Dynamic Skin Recovery SPF50


"This medium-weight daily moisturizer contains a new formula upgrade that accelerates the product’s SPF from 30 to 50, yet uses 50% less chemical sunscreen agents, a massive increase made possible through advanced Oleosome technology. Oleosomes are naturally occurring spheres of emollient oils and Vitamin E found in Safflower seeds. These unique molecules are used to deliver active ingredients such as sunscreens directly to the skin surface, and release them over time to ensure maximum skin benefits.
In addition to shielding the skin from ongoing solar assault, Dynamic Skin Recovery SPF50 reduces hyperpigmentation, and contains a patented polypeptide which helps to stimulate collagen synthesis, as well as antioxidant White Tea polyphenols to help regulate collagen degradation."

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Dermalogica Dynamic Skin Recovery SPF50
I think this is a perfect match for my 50+ skin. Dermalogica DSR SPF50 went on my face feeling light and felt that way all day long. I noticed just a slight scent that was not unpleasant at all which faded away quickly. My skin felt soft and moisturized right away and knowing I have the SPF50 coverage is great. I have only used this for a short time so I have not seen any noticeable improvement in my skin yet but so far I am liking it very much. If you are looking for a SPF50 moisturizer that could help improve your skin you might want to give Dermalogica Dynamic Skin Recovery SPF50 a try.







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Disclosure: The product or products mentioned above have been provided for the review by iFabbo and Dermalogica. No other form of compensation was received. The opinions expressed in this review are my own (Easy2Save Blog) based on my usage of the product or products over a period of time. As with all things your results may vary from mine.


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