Review of Maine Shave Natural Gentle Daily Facial Moisturizer
Welcome to day four in our four-day review of Maine Shave products. We've cleansed, shaved, and toned. Now it's time to moisturize with Maine Shave's Natural Gentle Daily Facial Moisturizer.
Oh! What's that in the picture? A pump? Yes indeed! I am pumped. So easy to use. Need a little more? I can get that for you.
Time for the all-natural ingredient roll call:
It contains allantion to heal and soften skin by rejuvenating skin cells. Sweet almond oil, olive oil and shea butter preserve skin from moisture loss. Lemon and orange extract reduce inflammation and rehydrate skin by increasing circulation. Chamomile soothes and heals skin due to everyday shaving.
I am once again at a lose to describe the scent of this cream. There's only the slightest hints of citrus from the lemon and orange extract. I feel like I can sense the chamomile, but only because I know it's there. It might be floral, but only in the really natural pollen-like sense. Definitely not a fake flowery scent.
Maine Shave's Natural Gentle Daily Facial Moisturizer did a great job on my face. I felt totally soothed after using it. I experienced the occasional harding of the cream in the tip of the pump if some cream from my last use had sat there for a day. Also the cream sometimes seemed like it wasn't completely dissolved, with little white dots within the larger whiteness of the cream. (I didn't leave the cream in any temperature extremes.) That said I still liked Maine Shave's cream I was always able to easily work it into my face. I don't view these two nits as negatives, and chances are the reason I saw them was because Maine Shave's moisturizer doesn't have poly-xantham-hydro-carbonide mixed in there to preserve against nuclear irradiation.
Maine Shave's Natural Gentle Daily Facial Moisturizer is $25 for a 2oz bottle, or comes as part of the Four-Step Shaving Ritual for $80.
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Posted by Russell Neufeld at April 12, 2007 8:02 AM