Cinch has been dominating my dresser for a few weeks, and it's not hard to see why! Cinch is a brand that every babe that wants to get that lit from within glow - let's get started on why!
Who is Cinch? It is a brand that is both Aussie made and owned, and not only that, they are vegan and cruelty free! Cinch is also free of parabens, urea, sulphate detergents, mineral oil and soap. Sounds good, doesn't it?
If the brand itself piques your interest, wait until you try the the Face Cheat(er) Cream Moisturiser + Glow! This is a lotion that is meant to have 5 benefits, including:
- Be a 72 hour moisturising cream
- Illuminating the skin
- Reducing the appearance of wrinkles
- Minimising pores
- Priming the skin for makeup
And I can tell you - this stuff certainly lives up to expectations! Packed with vitamin C, which I totally love, this moisturiser is amazing!
Let's have a quick talk about the design - this comes in a white bottle with a clear cap and the pump itself works like a dream. It dispenses a fair amount of product each time - enough to cover the whole face, neck and then some. I love that the bottle is short and squat and feels like it would travel relatively well. Enough about the bottle - what about the moisturiser itself?
In short - it's awesome. This comes out a white, shimmery lotion that instantly adds light to your face, and there is a mild tingling, which I can only put down to the vitamin C (their website addresses this as well). I haven't noticed much difference in it as a primer, nor have I seen much in the way of pore reduction. In the longer term, though, I have seen the effects of the vitamin C in that my skin looks so much brighter and more hydrated. This moisturiser is impossible not to love if you're all about that glow!
This retails for $39.99 and can be found, with other Cinch products, at Priceline, or online over here. If you're about getting that lit from within glow, then jump on it!
What's your favourite vitamin C product? Have you tried Cinch before?
*This product was provided for editorial consideration