I've been using this cream for about a week as a daytime moisturizer. My skin sucked it in so quickly that it almost felt I wasn't using anything. I finally started pairing it with organic rosewater (spritz the rosewater on my face, followed quickly by the lotion) and it's the perfect combo. Light enough for day so my makeup doesn't feel like it's going to slide off, but substantial enough to do its job, which is to make sure my face doesn't flake off before spring.
As a side note, I was at a yoga and ayurveda retreat this weekend (more about that in a future post) and we were staying in dorm-like space. When I was at the sink taking care of my morning biz, two (TWO!) people asked me what moisturizer I was using because they loved the smell. It's citrus-y and light and herbal...in case you didn't know what a sea buckthorn berry smelled like.
So what IS the story on these buckthorns? I'm glad you asked. Grown in the Himalayas, they're fair trade berries full of omegas, vitamins and antioxidants, all of which are good for your skin. They're also available as a liquid supplement to give your hair, skin and nails a little extra sparkle.
And Sibu itself is all up on the buckthorn train. They're cruelty free and vegan, fair trade and all natural, with a full line of sea buckthorn skin care. Want to learn a little more? Click here.
Anyone else know of any other skincare lines I should try?