Give a restored and strengthened feel to skin with Fitglow Beauty Cloud Comfort Cream (C3), designed for stressed, irritated, redness-prone skin. Organic Cloudberry makes skin feel deeply hydrated, while reducing the appearance of irritation and redness. Arnica soothes feelings of inflammation and irritation, while Chia Extracts lend a protective quality against environmental stressors. Skin is left looking calm, balanced, and renewed. Cloud comfort cream is recommended for those with skin irritations and rosacea.
• Reduced signs of irritation and inflammation
• Skin looks healthy, calmed, and renewed
• Long lasting, pillow soft skin
Massage onto clean skin or over serum. Use daily to reduce signs of redness and inflammation, and diminish the appearance of rosacea or irritable skin conditions.
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice (Organic Aloe), Rubus Chamaemorus Seed Oil (Cloudberry Seed Oil) *, Sea Water Extract, Limnanthes Alba (Meadowfoam) Seed Oil*, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter (Shea Butter) *, Salvia Hispanica Seed Extract (Chia) *, Cassia Angustifolia Seed Extract (Vegan Hyaluronic Acid), Glycerin (Kosher, Vegetable), Symphytum Officinale (Comfrey)*, Allantoin Liposome , Arnica Montana Flower Extract *, Equisetum Arvense Extract (Horsetail) *, Centella Asiatica Extract (Gotu Kola) *, Sorbitol, Leuconostoc / Aloe Barbadensis Leaf / Sorbus Aucuparia Fruit Ferment Filtrate , Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitmain E), **Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract** Prunus Domestica Fruit Extract (Plum)**.
* Certified Organic Ingredients
** Organic Supercritical Co2 Extracts
This cream has a delightful, bouncy texture. It absorbs easily and leaves skin with a satiny texture. I find that the hydrated feeling lasts about 4-6 hours. However, the heavy, sickly-sweet smell of the product made it an instant no-go for me. I passed this on to someone else after one try. It was just too strong. The packaging is attractive, but I don't like airless pumps. They use more plastic that ends up going into the garbage, and the benefit is negligible. Also, they break pretty frequently in my experience. As for the brand name "Fitglow," I found it off-putting. I don't understand what fitness has to do with moisturizer.