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Swirl Your Way To Youthful Looking, Moisturized Skin Courtesy of boscia

Moisturized Skin

Ariana Grande‘s nubile skin looks to be a breeding ground of perfection with nary a wrinkle or a dry patch in sight. To keep your own skin virtually line-free far beyond your fearless 20’s, make sure it’s moisturized with boscia’s new Tsubaki Swirl Hydrating Moisturizer.

The Buzz

New to the boscia family of preservative-free skin care products is Tsubaki Swirl – a two-part gel & cream deep hydration moisturizer that leaves skin baby smooth without a greasy feel. Benefits of three notable ingredients are as follows:

  • Tsubaki (Camellaia) Oil hydrates and protects your skin from free radical damage. And since it contains the same properties as Vitamin C  it acts like an anti-aging moisturizer, and Omega-6 and Omega-9 delivers moisture deep within the skin.
  • Rice Bran reduces the appearance of dark spots and increases micro-circulation for soft, glowing skin, helps strengthen your skin’s natural moisture barrier by helping to improve moisture retention, and helps minimize fine lines and wrinkles damage caused by ultraviolet rays.
  • boscia’s Propietary Botanical Blend is a mix of Jojoba Leaf to prevent free radical damage as it nourishes your skin, and Willowherb which calms skin inflammation and reduces visible redness.

Price: $38, boscia.com, Sephora stores, sephora.com

Why You’ll Love It (or not)

My skin is notoriously dry after days of using pure Vitamin C on my face, so using Tsubaki Swirl after a 3-day stretch is welcomed-relief. The burst of cool and intense hydration feels incredible on my skin and it doesn’t feel sticky like I imagined it would. Considering that I’m a girl on the deep side of the shade range, I don’t imagine that I’ll ever really see the benefits of Rice Bran ingredient, which helps reduce dark spots, but that’s okay because I can enjoy its many other benefits and readily see those results on my skin.

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