Hello, my lovelies I am back with a review from one of my favorite brand’s juicy chemistry, in particular, the Juicy Chemistry Night Cream. When it comes to skincare…pritesh and Megha Asher (founders of juicy chemistry that were established in 2014) firmly believe in creating products straight from the lap of Mother Nature and completely free from harsh chemicals. J.C ’s rosehip cell regenerating serum and mango and argan oil hair masque are both my favorites and one fine day I ordered the lavender, myrrh and wild forest honey night cream to see how it works…Let’s check out through my experience.
Basic info on Juicy Chemistry Night Cream
Price: Rs 350/- for 35 gms (you can get it for lower prices on Amazon rarely…they don’t usually give discounts)
J.C’s lavender, myrrh and wild forest honey night cream has a Shea butter base with lavender (acts as an anti-stress element), myrrh ( acts as anti-aging…line reducing element) along with carrot seed oil and pomegranate extracts that have antioxidant properties.
My Experience with Juicy Chemistry Night Cream
I must say that I was impressed by the pretty packaging that J.C products have. The product came in a mid-sized box with a small wooden spatula and it had a lovely appearance. The container is made of plastic fiber…it’s sturdy and has the product description and ingredient list printed on the sides. I was a little disappointed to see the lack of a proper finishing touch…the description paper was skewed and looked awkward.
The container is travel-friendly…I have carried it with me on trips to far off hill stations and there was no spillage. The product reads for “dry skin only”. I have combination skin and didn’t use it on my T zone…i.e. forehead, nose, and chin. It’s winter now and the air tends to dry out my skin which is why I chose to use this product
The cream has a somewhat heavy yellow collared texture and smells strongly of lavender balm. Used the word balm as I have a lavender relaxing balm from Fab India that smells exactly the same.
The cream has an oily texture and it takes a rather long time to get absorbed. It took at least an hour to get absorbed completely and I was rather worried that it would leave my skin greasy and unflatteringly oily. However…the next morning I woke up to super soft cheeks with no oily smears. I had a rough patch near my left cheek that had softened out too.
I usually use this cream thrice a week and not every day unless I am traveling to a place with cold and dry climate. Though the fragrance is heavy…it helps me sleep better as promised by the cream. My skin looks softer and radiant now and I can honestly say that the J.C lavender, myrrh, and wild forest honey night cream has made a difference to me in a positive way!!
Overall Performance of Juicy Chemistry Night Cream
The cream would work excellently for women with dry skin or those who are exposed to extremely dry climate on a regular basis. It’s affordably priced though J.C takes a long time to deliver products and that’s a disadvantage. Fortunately, the cream did work well for me and I faced no issues. I will be repurchasing it soon…though as mentioned earlier it’s not suitable for regular use on my combination skin. Oily skinned women will probably find it unsuitable and you should probably do a patch test before you decide to use it on your face.
The lavender, myrrh and wild forest honey night cream did make my skin glow and I am happy with its performance.
Would I recommend?
I would recommend the cream to women with dry and combination skin. It would suit people who are looking for hypoallergenic and natural skincare products. Would also recommend its use for people who have disturbed sleep…the cream did help me sleep better.
A shout out for this one :))
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