FOXBRIM Vitamin C lotion : A Review

Hi there, my darlings! This morning, I'd like to share with you my experience with Foxbrim's Vitamin C lotion. With a fairly busy blogging schedule, I'm always hunting for new and effective lotions for my acetone-ravaged skin and this one, I must say, is a pretty good option.

Before we get started, let's take a quick peek at the product description :

Foxbrim's Vitamin C Lotion

Expect more from your daily moisturizer. It starts with quality skin protection with proven vitamin C. All the benefits in a single bottle. Create eight-fold antioxidant protection while effectively preventing the formation of free radicals. From lightening sun spots and discoloration to reducing wrinkle formation our lotion provides a number of essential benefits to fortify and prepare skin for the day.

Enjoy the full benefits of a combination of MSM, Green Tea and Vitamin C. With soothing Aloe, effective restorative agents can work to strengthen skin elasticity and promote cell turnover. All for your healthiest skin yet!

Create healthy hydrated skin that radiates.

• Effectively lighten spots and discoloration
• Reduce wrinkle formation and existing wrinkles
• Refine and even skin texture
• Promote skin cell turnover

Key Ingredients include:

  • Vitamin C (15%)
  • Aloe Vera
  • MSM
  • Shea Butter
  • Jojoba Oil
  • Green Tea

IMPRESSIONS : This is a fairly thick lotion--more of a cream than what I consider a lotion--but what I liked best about it is that it absorbed quite quickly. I've been using it on my hands, elbows and knees--areas that need a little extra pampering--and I'm quite pleased with the results. My skin around these areas felt smooth, hydrated and soft after using it, without any residual stickiness.
The only thing that detracted from my overall experience was the fragrance or rather lack thereof. I was expecting a mild citrusy scent from the Vitamin C but this lotion doesn't smell like much of anything. Overall, am I in love? No, not really but it's a lotion that works quite well!

If you would like to try this moisturizer out for yourself, you can find it on their site HERE OR on Amazon HERE for the price of $15.95 for a full-size, 1.7 fl oz bottle.

What qualities do YOU look for in a good lotion? Is fragrance important to you? I'd love to hear your opinions in the comments section below!

Until next time,

****Products were sent to me for an honest, unbiased review. All opinions are my own.****

1 comment

  1. With sensitive and oily skin, I have to be careful with lotions - especially my upper arms. If I use a normal lotion on my arms, I break out in small red bumps - eww. I have found a few sensitive skin formulas at the store I can use for my arms. As far as my torso and legs go, I am use about anything that is non-greasy. I like light formulas with a light fragrance that will last throughout the day. I tend to use Bath & Body Works a lot.


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