The clever clogs over at Skin Doctors describe their Supermoist moisturiser as fast absorbing, hydrating and light weight with added SPF30 to protect your skin from the suns damaging rays.
In addition to this it is also designed to be suitable for all skin types, combines skin illuminators with light reflecting particles to give a radiant appearance and it essentially hopes to help maintain a youthful complexion.
Rather excitingly the cream contains the anti-oxidant rich desert plant Myrothannus Flabellifolia, otherwise known as the ‘resurrection plant’ which when in its natural habitat uses a complex survival system which helps it to avoid death in environments where prolonged periods of draught are followed by intense rain (not that dissimilar to England then!).
Anyhow, this cream is promoted as being a fantastic way of keeping skin supple, protected and youthful during summer, but because we only got this cream in October we threw caution to the wind and began testing it there and then. So what it all pumps down too is does it do what it says on the tin? Read on to find out what our tester thought: