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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.
Any moisturizer that makes my skin glow, I like and this one did so. I would like to buy it but it is just too pricey. Another point, why put the creme into a syringe-like applicator? It was hard to take out just the right amount of creme. I did take out too much each time and that was wasteful especially at this price.4
Not me didn't like and it did not do what the product said it would do. Over all Birchbox been good so one out of many is good.1
I get their idea/point with the packaging, but the delivery is poor. I had to be very careful to even get a few doses out, but had the same oozing out the back problem. Just putting it in a simple tube would have been much more effective. Also, the cost is pretty insane for such poor packaging- a lot would be wasted and I am not willing to spend that much on chancing that half will go to waste4
Thought it was fairly good. No diminishing of winless or improved elatisticy though.5
This was difficult to open but I liked the idea of the syringe once I opened it. I liked the feel of this product and I thought it did an okay job.4
Nice idea for problem spotty areas.overall effective. Enough to see a difference4
This product seemed to be fairly good and work well except the packaging was not very smart. My sample leeked in the packaging it came in so I was only able to use a smidge but, it seemed effective from what I could tell...3
This product felt sticky and constricting on my face. I felt like my face couldn't breath, it was a bit suffocating on the skin. It bothered me so much that I was unable to fall asleep with it on and decided that if I wanted to sleep that night I had better wash it off. I was relieved to have it off my skin! Birchbox gave little instruction regarding this product. I wasn't sure if it was a mask or a lotion, obviously I applied it as a lotion. I will spot treat areas to see if it can be tolerated is tiny portions. If not, it will soon be in my trashcan. Honestly, I can't think of a product that I have disliked this much, ever. I typically use mid to high end products, but I am willing to try most any skincare product. This was a huge disappointment!1
I really enjoyed this sample. I found that the packaging worked for me, it helped me dispense a consistent amount. The cream had a great consistency, and absorbed well.4
I'm glad that I read the directions first because the name, "Masqueology" led me to believe that it was a mask. The syringe was a little bit hard to open ( a pin was necessary) but once I got it open and used it correctly, I found that it was a very good eye cream. My favorite thing about this was the syringe container despite the problem I had opening it. The syringe lets me get just the right amount of cream and it's not exposed to bacteria, unlike a jar that is exposed to the open air and your fingers. I'm not a germ freak but if I can easily protect a product that I use, I do. As I said, I really like the eye cream and I would recommend it.5