Recently, when I went in for a skin consultation at a medical spa, I was told that I have “micro wrinkles” and that I’d have to start using moisturizers. I’ve never really been into moisturizers or creams. In my head, the words “cream” and “oily skin” just don’t belong to the same sentence.
I’ve been using a retinol product in my daily facial skincare routine so I get pretty dry. It is just good timing that I got the chance to try Chuda Healing Hydrating Cream. I have to admit that I was a little worried that this would make me breakout since it is pretty heavy and rich in texture. To my surprise, it’s fast-absorbing and prevented my skin from peeling from my retinol product. Aside from using it on my face, I also use it on my knees. My knees are dry and using this did the trick.
At $80 for 30 mL and $150 for 50 mL, Chuda Healing Hydrating Cream is pretty pricey. I do think it’s worth it though because the results are almost immediate. A little goes a long way!
Thank you, Beauty’s Lyric!