Snow Cream Moisturizer by Symphony Beauty Review

I’m gonna preface this review with a quick story as to why skin care is extremely important to me.

I spent a lot of my teenage years with horrible acne. It even persisted to my early 20s. My acne was clustered in red bulbous growths on my cheeks.

It was painful. Physically and emotionally.

Once I started learning about makeup about 3 years ago, taking care of my skin just started following suit.

My skin care routine hasn’t really changed much, but now I’ve started experimenting with new products.

Thanks to Ipsy I’ve found a lot of amazing products, and this moisturizer has to be one of my all time favorite products just in general.

Like, seriously. Holy shit. This moisturizer is absolutely incredible.

First of all, the texture of this moisturizer is like a fluffy cloud that feels like a gentle kiss on your face when you apply it. I’ve literally never felt a moisturizer like this before. It’s cooling and soft and just so good. It’s impossible for me to get up in the morning, but the prospect of putting this on my face helps me get out of bed just a tiny bit faster.

That’s saying a lot.

At the time of writing this I’ve been using it for about 2 weeks. My skin is just so soft. It stays soft all day. I have very oily skin and I don’t feel like this makes me greasy at all. It’s so hydrating and gets absorbed in your skin really fast, so if you’re planning to put makeup you don’t have to wait forever for it to sink. That’s always a pet peeve of mine.

I think this would also be really great for dry skin too because it’s just like injecting moisture into your skin and it stays hydrated so you don’t have to reapply any.

My only qualm is that I don’t like that it comes in a tub, but I guess it makes sense because of the formula and the way the texture of this moisturizer is.

It’s just seriously the best and it’s like, I don’t even want to try any other moisturizers ever because this is just the most perfect one.

You can buy this moisturizer from Amazon for only $20, which honestly, I don’t think is that bad. You only need about a dime size of product to get your whole face.

I hope you enjoyed my little review and please let me know if you’d like more!