Product review |Kate Somerville Goat milk cream

Product name: Goat Milk moisturizing cream by Kate Somerville (US)

Main Ingredient: Lactose from goat’s milk, jojoba oil and Aloe vera.

Purpose: Its main purpose is to moisturize, calm the skin and help to rebuild you’r skin’s natural barrier.

For whom is good: For all skin types. This moisturizer is very gentle and safe for sensitive skins (clinically tested).

When to use it: AM and PM, after serums. Frequency – daily.

Free of: Mineral Oil – Silicone – Parabens -Alcohol – Oil

Vegan: No.

Tested on animals: No

Size: 50 ml |1.7 Fl Oz.

My opinion: I really like this moisturizer. It is light, It absorbs quickly and leave my skin soft and hydrated. For summer is perfect as it doesn’t feels heavy and do the job. It calms the skin, specially if you had a reaction to other products. It a great product. Also the packaging is very practical and clean. you don’t have to stick your fingers into the pot.

This is not a anti-aging products. This will help you maintain your skin natural barrier and keep it moisturized. The only “con” is that if you have dehydrated or dry skin like me, you will feel that this product is not enough and you may need something more.

Score: 4/5

Price point: 50 ml: 61€ | $50| £55

Where can you buy it:

There is no retailer that carries KS products in the EU. You can buy it from UK through Cult beauty or SpaceNK.

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Author: Maite

Hi I'm Maite I love everything about beauty and skincare but also love travel the world to see new places. I created this blog to combine my two passions and share with you in this little corner on the web. I hope you enjoy it!

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