IBM Vitamin c With Coq10 Facial Lotion SPF 15 - , 4 oz

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Broad Spectrum SPF 17 Sunscreen Provides UVA and UVB Protection 100% Vegan - No Animal Ingredients No Animal Testing Vitamin C and CoQ10 soothe ...


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skincare feature: spf

skincare uses: anti-aging

skincare type: lotion


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Product Title: IBM Vitamin c With Coq10 Facial Lotion SPF 15 - , 4 oz

Manufacturer: IBM

Lowest Price: $12.49 from Nutricity.com

Power Score: 4.1 | 8 Reviews


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Good sunscreen

I've been looking for a winter moisturizer with natural SPF, and this seemed promising. It's VERY thick, so I usually mix it with another moisturizer I have that doesn't have SPF to both thin it out and receive other benefits. I have combination skin, and the heaviness of this moisturizer without my anti-shine moisturizer made my face slick and shiny. Not exactly what I was looking for. But when...
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By FabulousJen on Vitacost - Feb 26, 2013

I have found the perfect cream, its wonderful!

Creamy for all my skin and with sun protection.

By suuuzy on Vitacost - Sep 11, 2012

great day moisture

works well, i love q10 in everything i can get my mitts on!!

By lillian29 on Vitacost - May 9, 2011

not a face lotion for oily skin

i didn't realize that my combination skin can't handle a lotion this rich. i would recommend this but not as a face cream if your face isn't dry. it's really rich and smell good. i started using it as a body lotion & it's perfect. my skin feels hydrated all day. but when i put it on my face by the afternoon my face gets extremely oily..

By kris1979 on Vitacost - Feb 28, 2010

makes my skin greasy

I was so excited to use this product for the first time because of all great reviews, but was kind of disappointed : yes, it has all the good ingredients, but I can't use it - it doesn't get absorbed by my skin & stays on top like a greasy film :(

By krosh on Vitacost - Aug 13, 2009

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