Talking Makeup is a member of TotalBeauty.com and was given the opportunity to review skyn Iceland Pure cloud Cream. Here are few facts about the product: it’s a light-as-air cream that provides hyper protection and healing relief for super-sensitive skin. Especially skin that’s had laser or cosmetic procedures. This cream also protects against external aggressors like extreme weather (cold, humidity, dry). Heals the skin. Boosts skins immune function and provides intense hydration.
Ingredients include: peptides, oat extract, hydrolyzed rice protein, almond oil, sodium hyaluronate, immunoboost, bisabolol, aloe, biospheric complex, indigenous arctic berries, oxygenated liposomes, butterfly bush and thyme extracts.
Skyn Iceland products are available at Sephora stores, QVC, Saks.com, The Studio at Fred Segal, beauty.com, C.O. Bigelow in New York City, Skinstore.com, Henri Bendel, Selfridges in the U.K., Holt Renfrew in Canada and skynIceland.com. Price: $75 for 50g/1.7 US oz.
This is what Talking Makeup thinks about skyn Iceland Pure Cloud Cream: This is what Talking Makeup thinks about skyn Iceland Pure Cloud Cream: I used the cream for 7 days and not at any point did I want to stop, which is a good sign. I usually get turned off by a product if it smells too strong, is too light on your skin so you don’t feel your skin is hydrated enough or that it’s working, if it’s too greasy, and contains ingredients like mineral oil or petroleum. So on all these levels Skyn Iceland Pure Cloud Cream scored a 8 on a scale of 1-10.
Do I feel it changed my skin in a dramatic way, I would say no. It was just a nice cream that feels good to apply. Maybe if I tested it longer I would have noticed more significant results. Lastly, the price could have been a bit lower: maybe $45. All in all, skyn Iceland Pure Cloud Cream wasn’t too bad and we would recommend it to our friends.