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While we don’t promote sun worshipping—premature aging! Increased risk of skin cancer!—we do wholeheartedly support getting enough vitamin D. The vitamin is especially essential for your complexion; it’s responsible for replenishing your skin’s hydration, boosting elasticity, smoothing fine lines and wrinkles, and correcting sun damage and dark spots. Thankfully, Masqueology’s Advance 7D Solution delivers a satisfying dose of the vitamin in the form of its ultra-lightweight moisturizer. We love how the formula sinks in immediately and the handy syringe-like applicator makes targeting stubborn fine lines a breeze.
I pass..may be OK for others just not for me. .thanks3
Again, happy that Birchbox included a high end item but it is not a skin concern I have so I won't be purchasing this one1
I had no trouble using this and it was a good moisturizer. I used it all up. But, I didn't notice it being amazing or making a big difference, maybe you need to use it more. It was nice and thick and moisturizing.3
I loved the feel and texture of this cream, but the applicator, although clever, was a bit of a mess.5
used a tiny screwdriver to open the syringe after reading other reviews and after the puncture it was easy to use. Absorbs easily and smells great4
Thank you for the sample. I really enjoyed trying it.4
Great for neck and décolletage This is what I used my sample for. Very rich and I notice a difference in the morning when I woke up. Less crease in my chest5
I never like to complain about freebies but..... My issue isn't with the packaging as I see so many unhappy with, yes, it's tricky, yes, I had to look up product for instructions and use.....my problem is the smell....maybe I received an old one since it was a freebie, I don't know...but I'm not putting something on my face that smells old and expired :(((((3
The syringe wouldn't work and when I pressed it broke. I dug out the cream and it seemed like a nice product- but the packaging is seriously lacking.
I loved the idea of the syringe but it was just annoying.2