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Cell Block C AM SPF 20 Review

January 7, 2011

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Physical Sunblock, Vitamin C and Antioxidants All in One

Do you only have the budget for ONE product, but you need a moisturizer, sunblock, antioxidants, and so on, and so on? Well, this is IT for only $31. I was amazed 2 years ago when I first tried this product, and I’ve haven’t been disappointed since. It goes on creamy and blends in really well. It only takes a pea size amount to do your whole face, a little more if you’re doing your neck (which you should be). I’ve heard that some have had an issue with the scent, but I haven’t noticed anything. If you notice a scent but want a sunblock, you’ll have to deal with it no matter what product you use.

So what’s so great about Cell Block C? First of all, it has a physical sunblock. Physical sunblocks are very important because it prevents the damaging rays from ever getting through your skin. Sunblocks also don’t cause issues for those with sensitive skin (Rosacea, Eczema, etc). If you’re not familiar with physical vs chemical sunblocks, check out SPF – What does it really mean? for more info. Did I also mention that it contains Vitamin C and Antioxidants too? Vitamin C and Antioxidants are very important in stalling the aging process. It’s not a true moisturizer, so if you need a heavy moisturizer you’ll have to add a step right before you put this on. But if you only need a light moisturizer, then this will give you the whole enchilada!

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  1. June 15, 2011 2:42 am

    I have been reading out some of your stories and i can claim nice stuff. I will surely bookmark your blog.

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