This Face Cream Is..
- 86% Organic
- Cruelty Free
- Small Batch
- Made in Canada
- Packaged in Glass
- Has a 6 month shelf life
- Orange Flower Water*
- Calendula* Infused Sunflower Oil*
- Aloe Vera Juice*
- Avocado Oil
- Rosehip Seed Oil*
- Vitamin E Oil*
- Geranium Essential Oil*
I adore the ingredients in this face cream. They're they're plant based, there's absolutely no questionable ingredients, and they all work together to moisturize and brighten the skin.
The orange flower water is both brightening and uplifting, the blend of plant oils nourishes the skin while providing lots of anti-inflammatory goodness, and the vitamin e oil is a natural, healthy, and safe preservative. The geranium essential oil is one of my favourite ingredients - it smells wonderful and is great for all skin types.
Texture - This face cream has such a cool texture. It looks and feels very rich, but it has an almost whipped texture that enables the cream to sink into the skin right away. It's not a traditionally rich, heavy cream - instead it's just rich enough to truly nourish your skin, but it's light enough that it doesn't feel heavy or greasy.
Scent - This scent is wonderful! The orange blossom water is super uplifting, and the geranium is just incredible - it's floral, but not overly so. And if you have sensitive skin, don't worry - the scent comes from all natural sources, and it's not overpowering or obnoxious in any way!
Efficacy - This works so well. It's meant to brighten, balance, and tone, while smoothing wrinkles and scars. I think it does all of that and more.
This face cream leaves my entire face matte and comfortable. It's moisturizing enough for my dry spots, but light enough that it doesn't feel greasy on my acne prone areas.
And I do see some brightening, balancing, and toning effects, and I think it is very smoothing. While I don't have a lot of wrinkles, I find the brightening effects are really beneficial for all of my acne scars!
Sustainability - This is another area where this face cream (and brand) excels. This cream is packaged in glass, which you can reuse or recycle (I'm going to reuse mine!). It's made with 86% organic ingredients, so I guess you could argue making it 100% organic would be more sustainable but it's not something I'm worried about. And Wildcraft makes their products by hand in Toronto, using as many local ingredients as possible, which I really love and admire!
Have you used any of Wildcraft's products before?