February 27, 2014

Review: Garnier PureActive Anti-Spot 24h Moisturizer

Hello beauties, I hope you have all been great. Ever since graduating, I have been having a hard time getting back fully into blogging due to personal reasons and then being ill. But hopefully I will feel better soon and can dedicate my free time mostly to blogging once again. I guess after you take such a long break, it feels kind of hard getting back fully. Or is it just me?

Since I have been using the Garnier PureActive Anti-Spot 24h Moisturizer for a while now, I feel it is a great time for me to do a review.

On first glance, the packaging is very Garnier-like. But I love the container in which the product comes in as it is the first moisturiser I have tried that comes with a pump, which I find great during application. The blue plastic in which the product comes is also a bit shimmery which makes me love it even more {as I always like shimmery things}.

The product itself is a white-blue cream which feels great when applying it on your face. It helps add moisture to my skin and I find that it helps keep my oily skin a bit less oily during the day while helping to fight the spots I have. I would not say my spots fully disappeared after constant use, but at the moment I have not found a product that removed the spots fully, so I would say it is pretty good.

All in all, I like the product and would recommend it for people with acne prone and oily skin. If you have just a few spots, it would probably work better for you than it did for me.

Overall Summary
Price - €6
Likes - Moisturized skin which is less oily and has less visible spots.
Dislikes - 
Verdict - Repurchasing.
Available - Drugstores.

Have you tried this product? What did you think?

1 comment

  1. I'm always looking for nice moisturisers that won't accentuate oil on my face so this sounds lovely - I like that it has a pump too!x

    Kathryn | effievanity


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