Beauty Find - Dr. Jart+ (Help Me) Ceramidin Cream

Has this intense winter season wreaked havoc on your skin?  Or do you normally suffer from very dry/mature skin and have to work had to retain it's moisture?

Basically, if you're saying to yourself right now "Help!" with your dry skin, Then today's find, Dr. Jart+ (Help Me) Ceramidin Cream  is going to be a skin lifesaver.

Dr. Jart+ (Help Me) Ceramidin Cream is rich and creamy and on the thick side when dispensed from the tube. but what makes this a real miracle worker is in it's use as a nightly moisturizing treatment.  The cream once rubbed into my hands and then pressed on to my skin felt almost like a silky liquid.  The scent was also a lovely surprise - pure, fresh and lemony!  

Dr. Jart + Ceramidin Cream's Outer Packaging
This moisturizing treatment make my skin look and feel noticeably softer and more supple.  It also retained the moisture so that during a cold night surrounded by dry air, my skin was still and soft, supple and hydrated in the morning.  Only about a dime's worth was needed for full face application as well as a little extra for my neck/decolletage.

If you have flaky patches on just your cheeks, for example, a light layer of this cream before bed will instantly turn your skin around and make it look fresher and brighter.  If you normally have combination or normal skin that has turned extremely dry this winter, I also recommend adding a layer before bed as a mask of sorts. When you wake in the morning, you will see a great improvement.  

Another great way to use is as a face treatment after drying airline travel to use as a way to get your skin balanced and hydrated.  Since it's in a easy to pack tube, this makes it ideal for pesky skin issues while you're on the road.

As intense a treatment as this is, I didn't experience any irritation, burning or clogged pores.  

This is another one of those skin care products that needs to be in your beauty emergency stash/kit ASAP.  - RLB

*This product was provided courtesy of Dr.Jart PR for reviewing purposes.

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