CAFE DAME Brightening Improvement Moisture Cream

  • $55.00 USD

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Infused with rejuvenating and restorative vitamins, oils and extracts this lightweight moisture cream seals in hydration as well as nourishes the skin. Made with Coffee ☕ Bean Extract which is known to have an impact on the visible signs of aging due to its antioxidant properties.

Centella Asiatica, Sunflower 🌻 Seed Oil, Niacinamide, Allantoin and Sodium Hyaluronate which are well known to moisturize providing smoother looking skin. Together with Pearl Extract, Mulberry Extract and White Thyme Mushroom 🍄 Extract this blend of active ingredients are known to tackle wrinkles and provide radiant looking skin.

Benefits...
💫 Boosts Collagen Production
💫 Skin Brightening
💫 Reduces Puffiness
💫 Improves Texture
💫 Light, Non-Greasy Formula
💫 Caffeine Restores Sun Damaged Skin

I had expected this cream to smell like coffee but it has a beautiful light citrus scent which is not overwhelming. It is packaged in a 50g glass bottle which I personally prefer instead of plastic.

If you like a hydrating cream that absorbs fast and doesn't feel like it just sits on top of your skin you might want to give this cream a try. It sinks in well and leaves my skin unbelievably soft, silky smooth and luminous. This comforting cream is ultra-moisturizing and helps diminish the appearance of wrinkles and dryness.

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Leah O'Byrne
Smells so incredible!

Despite being completely non-greasy and relatively lightweight, this cream is definitely moisturizing enough for very dry skin and I've enjoyed using this both day and night!

One of my favorite parts about this cream is the fragrance, which is bergamot oil! If you prefer your skincare to be fragrance-free this one might not be for you, but I'm personally fine with a little fragrance in my skincare, especially if it's a non-synthetic one like an essential oil. My skin can be a little reactive sometimes but I had no issues at all in the 2 weeks I've been using this.