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Eminence Stone Crop Whip Moisturizer

Is a Solution for:
Dry Skin, Oily Skin, Face Care for Men
March 6, 2011 Reviewed by admin 3 Comments
I was so pleased with the Eminence Stone Crop Serum I had to get my hands on anything else stone crop and got a sample of Eminence's Stone Crop Whip Moisturizer ($64). I have to admit, I'm a little picky about what I put on my face at night. Some moisturizers don't make the cut as a moisturizer (who woulda thought?). Like sometimes it's not enough moisturizing and I find myself reapplying in the cold air/ high heater atmosphere in my apartment. Others just don't feel right. Eminence Stone Crop Whip Moisturizer passed the test.

Eminence Stone Crop Whip Moisturizer is all organic. As I stated in an earlier post, stone crop is a cactus-like plant found in Hungary and generally used topically for pigmented sensitive skins with vast benefits. It's known to reduce pigmentation and lighten the complexion, assists in regeneration, firming stressed skin and toning the epidermis. It's also known to heavily moisturize. Knowing all this, I can go to bed at night without any worries.

There's tons of vitamin C in this moisturizer, which battles free radicals, so those with aging concerns will truly benefit. That, along with bioflavanoids, which also combats free radicals, assures it's working double-time while you get your beauty rest. But, Eminence also hired a antioxidant team to give the moisturizer one great blast of greatness in the form of Biocomplex. The Biocomplex is an antioxidant booster comprising vitamin A, ester-C, vitamin E, coenzyme Q10 and alpha lipoid acid. Do you see why I rave about this?

But the fabulous ingredients isn't the only reason I truly fell for it. I found a sweet spot for the sweet scent of stone crop itself. It's earthy and sublime and tangy and delicious. The cream is hearty and just the right amount of thickness to apply to the face. It's kind of like Heaven in a bottle. I'm going to use this sample till the last drop.


Stonescrop, Bioflavonoids, Natural Cream Base, Corn Germ Oil, Natural Moisturizing Factor, Biocomplex (Vitamin A, Ester C, Vitamin E, Coenzyme Q10, Alpha Lipoic Acid), Xanthan Gum, Lemon Oil, Lavender Oil, Glycerine, Glycine Derivative
  • March 7, 2011

    by jimmy

    hi mark, yes! just remember it's a cream and it heavily moisturizes. I have combo skin and love it. when my face gets too oily, i like to stick to lighter moisturizers but it doesn't clog.

  • March 7, 2011

    by Mark

    Hi Jimmy - would this be suitable for oily skin?

  • March 6, 2011

    by Oksana

    love it! even w/my combination skin.

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