After finding out Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez uses Acure Radically Rejuvenating whipped night cream, I went to quite lengthy er, lengths to find it. I finally found a random website who posts to the UK, called iHerb.
I love it when celebrities and the rich use affordable products, especially ones like AOC who seem genuine – it means I can afford to buy it. Her skin is always glowing and plump, which is what I want.
The amount of ‘free-from’ list is almost endless which is utterly fantastic…
- 100% Vegan
- 0% Questionable
- Paraben Free
- Sulfate Free
- Phthalate Free
- Mineral Oil Free
- Petrolatum Free
- Silicone Free
- Cruelty Free
If that isn’t reason enough to try it, maybe the price is (see below).
Did you like it? Would you recommend it?
I tried it for a few weeks, using a small amount at night. Unfortunately it’s not for me. It made my forehead come out in small red spots which aren’t pop-able, that I get often around my period and if something doesn’t agree with me. It’s called fungal acne and it’s due to the ingredients Cetearyl Olivate, Linoleic acid and Linolenic acid.
I use SkinCarisma.com to check the ingredients. I usually do this before purchasing anything but I didn’t in this instance and it come back to bite me on the bum.
What’s the price?
Acure Whipped Night Cream cost me £8.53 plus postage, coming to £11.79. In my opinion, it’s an absolute steal for what it is – not a bad size.
Would you recommend it?
Yes I would 100% recommend it. Even though it didn’t work for me, the ingredients is amazing and it’s free of so many nasties including being vegan and cruelty-free. The price alone is cheap enough for you to try and I don’t regret it. I use it on my neck now before bed, so I’m getting the benefit and my forehead continues to be happy.
Have a look at uk.iHerb.com to buy – it’s actually risen in price to £11.40!
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