C’s Almond and Avocado Face Cream

C's almond & Avocado Face Cream

I love the size of this little pot and the design and colours of the label (nothing to do with it featuring my first initial of course). It’s quaint and cute and begging to be re-used when it’s empty.

C's Face Cream

The cream has the texture of whipped mousse and smells a lot like… well, like a vegetable smoothy! I find it best to rub a little between my palms and then gently pat it onto my face rather than trying to spread it once it’s on because of the unusual mouse texture. Normally I stay away from anything labelled face ‘cream’ as I find it too rich but C’s Almond & Avocado Face Cream soaks in really quickly and leaves my skin feel like velvet. I actually feel confident that my complexion will be protected from any harsh rain and wind with this cream.

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