I’ve never really had much luck with moisturisers that contain sunscreen. I often find the texture of spf-containing moisturisers too thick and/or too greasy. Not so with with this one: the texture’s not too thick or greasy, but rather it’s just right, which makes it easy to rub on to the skin. It also feels nice on the skin after you’ve applied it - I’ve never experienced any kind of reaction to this moisturiser and it absorbs into the skin well. It does seem to keep my skin feeling healthy and hydrated as well, so in my experience it lives up to its claim of providing ‘nourishing moisturisation’.
I also find the packaging quite nifty and user-friendly. It’s a stocky little pump bottle that is easy to hold in one hand, and then you just pump the moisturiser out into the palm of your other hand. There’s no mucking around with this moisturising cream, you just pump out however much you need and put it down again. The design makes it quick and easy to pump the cream out precisely rather than pouring out too much in one go. I’ve learnt that just one to two pumps into my palm is enough for me each time I use it. So it’s economical as a daily moisturiser because I don’t run out of it too quickly.
The smell is a bit bland, but at least it doesn’t smell too SPF-ish. There’s nothing worse than moisturiser that smells (or feels) like sunscreen.
I don’t think this moisturiser quite has the ‘wow factor’ for me to give it five kisses as it doesn’t feel overly luxurious or pampering to use. But it’s definitely a good, everyday moisturiser, which I would both recommend to others and buy again.