Steam cream review

Yesterday i received a jar of steam cream, i was very excited to try it.

What they claim:

STEAMCREAM represents the latest concept in skincare. Using a revolutionary steam-infused manufacturing process, STEAMCREAM provides a long-lasting, intensive and effective form of skincare that can be used on face, body and hands.
STEAMCREAM have pioneered the use of a steam technique to create this unique, gentle and loosely-bound emulsion. This looseness allows each ingredient – including a moisturising and soothing oatmeal infusion, orange flower water and healing lavender oil – to breakdown and penetrate areas of the skin that other creams find hard to reach.
Packaged in a compact, flush-lid aluminium tin featuring unique and collectable designs, STEAMCREAM is a perfect on-the-go product – convenient to slip into your bag, take to work, to school, on holidays or to the gym. And it’s hand luggage friendly at just 75g!

  • multipurpose cream uniquely formulated using pure, unrefined steam for maximum absorption.
  • High quality skincare for all skin-types.
  • Locally produced using fresh, natural and traceable ingredients.
  • Funky eco-friendly packaging designed in Japan and decorated with limited edition collectible designs.
  • Handy-sized tin for on-the-go lifestyles at an affordable price.

What i think about steam cream:

I think steam cream is a great product, it moisturized my skin & made it feel very soft. Also i've tried the steam cream on my arm where i have a little bit eczema, and it helped very good. The steam cream smells very nice, it reminds me of lush angels on bare skin. Steam cream is for all skin types, and there's 75 gr. in it. Which is pretty much i think, especially for the price. Also i really liked that you can choose between different designs of packaging, i think it's very cute & original. I really reccomend this to anyone!

You can buy it on http://www.steamcream.co.uk/ / http://www.alicejohavesentials.nl/

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