Kicho Phyto Natural Moisture Cream
Last up in this review series is the Kicho Phyto Natural Moisture Cream!
What is a complex?
It’s a daily moisturiser cream which is ‘formulated with patented 7 natural protector complex.’
I didn’t really understand what a complex was. I was then trying to decipher the rest of the blurb on the packaging. This is what it says:
‘proven to prevent signs of provide significant moisture and smooth texture. Clinically proven add to skin’s moisture reservoir to keep it hydrated all day.’
This is not me forgetting to proof read. That’s all printed on the box!
Aside from printing errors, what is the Kicho Phyto Natural Moisture Cream like as a moisturiser? It’s a lot thicker in consistency compared to the rest of the range, which has so far been extremely fast absorbing and easy to spread over the skin.
I read on the official site that you actually need to warm up the skin first by cupping your face with your hands. This will make it easier for the cream to absorb into the skin. Personally, I don’t really like to fuss about too much with creams, so I find this step slightly annoying. I’d rather just smooth it over my skin and be done with it.
My skin is oily/combination so I much prefer to use lighter lotions. Don’t get me wrong, the Kicho Phyto Natural Moisture cream isn’t a bad cream to use. My skin feels so butter soft and hydrated. I could see myself using this in winter when I need further hydration.
The Kicho Phyto Natural Moisture cream comes in a 50ml tub and costs $70.00 from the official website. Yes, it is expensive so it does make me think twice about whether I would repurchase it.
Thoughts on the Phyto Range
Sometimes I wish I didn’t know about Kicho products because they are really top quality! I still miss using the Kicho Ultra Moisturising Sun cream. Nothing really compares to it.
Having tested the Phyto range over the past 3 weeks (the eye cream, toner, essence and cream) I do think they work really extremely well together. They’ve saved me so much time in getting ready in the morning because of their fast absorption rate!
Does my skin look good? It certainly feels softer and my skin has been behaving well! I haven’t broken out yet but I haven’t noticed any reduction in the areas of my skin where I have hyperpigmentation.
The only real stickler I have about this range is the high price. I’m not sure I want to be spending $60 plus on skin care every couple of months. However, honestly, you can’t really go wrong with Kicho. I’ve found their products are consistently good. So if you’re looking for a treat, then definitely splurge!
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