Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Cutis Vita Revitalizing Skin Cream Review + Giveaway.

***** I received this cream complimentary for my unbiased review. All opinions stated here are 100% my own****

I have to say I enjoy using this Cutis Vita Advanced Skin Revitalizing Cream. As I have said before, I am a very tactile person. I look at the richness, the feel, and the scent of an item especially one that is going on my body. The first thing I noticed when I opened the jar of cream was that it appeared very rich. I mean it had almost a body butter appearance and I love body butters!  Its very whipped up and although it looks rich it really goes on feeling very light and non greasy.

It has a very faint scent. I am not even sure I can identify what the smell is but its a nice one. If I had to give a thought as to what it is, I would say floral, but it isn't heavy. In fact, it is barely there so it is not overpowering at all. I put a bit on my fingers and started applying it to my skin. I put it on my cheeks, forehead, temples, nose, and chin and then wiped the remainder from my fingers onto my neck. As I said earlier it goes on very light and gets absorbed into the skin fairly quickly.

My face didn't feel greasy and it wasn't shiny like some creams leave your face. I have some rough areas at my temples that have come up lately and after using the cream, they were still there but they didn't have the flaky look or feel like they usually have. My cheeks felt soft and smooth and my chin which usually can be a tad oily felt the same as my cheeks. All in all this cream does a very nice job of evening things out if you have combination skin like I do. I have been using it for about a week and a half now and I do like it. I'll have to pick up another jar of it when I am out.

If you want a chance to try this cream out for yourself, enter the giveaway below. One lucky reader will be winning a jar for themselves to sample and it just might be you.

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