Oriflame oxygen boost oily skin day cream review
When it comes to skincare products, I spend a lot of time analyzing things in my head from “What If I don’t like it from the very start” to “What if I like it so much and it gets discontinued?” I loved L’oreal Hydrafresh mask in lotion for my dehydrated, oily skin and it got discontinued. Finding a replacement for it wasn’t easy. Brushing all these thoughts aside, I finally gave in and got Oriflame oxygen boost oily skin day cream.
Mattifies oils and protects your skin from the negative effects of environmental stress, whilst the O2 active gives your skin a breath of fresh air.
Helps to protect the skin from environmental aggressors and pollution
O2 active: Boosts cellular respiration in the skin
Key Ingredients include:
O2 attractTM (Faex Extract): An active that improves skin cells’ respiration. Coaching the cell to boost oxygen consumption, it results in enhanced skin vitality.
LINGON50:50TM (Hydrolyzed Cranberry Fruit/Leaf Extract): Protective antioxidant technology that neutralises the effects of environmental damage, allowing skin cells to function normally.
My experience with Oriflame oxygen boost oily skin day cream:
First things first, I don’t buy the concept of day/night creams and bought this cream with the sole purpose of moisturizing my oily skin without the greasy feel.
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Oriflame oxygen boost oily skin day cream in a transparent looking glass packaging. It is housed in a small cardboard box carrying details like product name, description, ingredients list, price and expiry date. It has a screw-on lid which is green in color. Pretty!
I love how it smells- very refreshing. I keep sniffing my hands even after I’ve applied it and keep doing ‘ahhhhhhhhh’. Hehe! The cream has a moderately thick texture which nourishes the skin without any heavy feeling. It gets absorbed completely and doesn’t just sit on top of the skin. It’s light-enough for me to wear during the day as well as to sleep in at night. There’s some tackiness to it but it wears off after some minutes. It adds a nice boost of radiance without giving any white cast.
I purchased Oriflame oxygen boost oily skin day cream cream a year back and use it on rotation along with my other moisturizers/creams. I can safely say that it doesn’t cause any reaction on my oily acne prone skin. I like to mix 2 drops of water in it and then, use it.
The only issue I faced with it is when I tried it on my combination skin. I reached for an extra layer and it started to flake. Leaving that aside, it’s a good face cream for oily skin.
Price: Rs. 599
Quantity: 50 ml
VCB rating: 4/5
Have you tried Oriflame oxygen boost oily skin day cream or any other product from this brand?