A Wonderful Garnier Nutritioniste Skin Renew Product

I usually don’t buy these kind of products but since I needed a daily moisture lotion SPF and if I could help reverse sun damage at the same type, why not right? I was reading Marie Claire magazine where they named Garnier Nutritioniste Skin Renew Anti Sun Damage Daily Moisture Lotion 2.5 oz SPF 28 one of the best beauty products of 2008 so I thought why not.

Honestly I bought it for its SPF content and its non greasy, non-comedogenic (won’t clog pores) dexterity. Garnier states that if you use Garnier Nutritioniste Skin Renew Anti Sun Damage Daily Moisture Lotion 2.5 oz SPF 28 for 4 weeks you will notice fine lines reduced; sun spots are reduced; and skin is more even. I DO have to tell you that I have only been using it for a week and I notice a more even skin tone and sun spots are reduced already! I can’t even believe it, already I thought?? It seems thus far that this is a great daily moisturizer with 3 great ingredients including twice the vitamin C which powers surface cell renewal, magnesium which energizes and hydrates, and lycopene plus sunscreen which provides protection against further damage.

It is a light lotion that absorbs quickly with out leaving a heavy sticky feeling, which is always enjoyable especially in the summer. With continued use signs of visible sun damage will be reversed and your skin will build a resistance against signs of aging (lines, wrinkles, and sun spots, and other skin discoloration. Do try Garnier Nutritioniste Skin Renew Anti Sun Damage Daily Moisture Lotion 2.5 oz SPF 28 if you are prone to sun damage and or brown spots, wrinkles, and fine lines. It dose work I have tried it and know there are true benefits behind it!

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