NAOBAY Detox Unpolluted Oxygen Light Cream | Review

Naobay Detox Unpolluted Oxygen Light Cream, according to the brand itself, is a light emulsion that will hydrate the skin without saturating it. They recommended this for skins that look for a light sensation on the skin, which fades quickly.

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The packaging looks cute. I love the design of the cap which looks like wood.

I got this from LookFantastic’s beauty subscription box. It is not listed on their site so I don’t know what’s their pricing, but I saw one on eBay and it costs ¥1,865. This contains 50ml.

This oxygen light cream contains aloe vera, green tea, ginkgo extract, raspberry, jojoba oil, sweet almond, and grape seed oil. Green tea antioxidant power combines with the protective properties of the legendary living fossil Ginkgo biloba to act as a shield against daily aggressions (pollution, free radicals, and indoor environments), while raspberry will protect your skin from the loss of water and aloe vera will calm and soften it.

Naobay Detox Unpolluted Oxygen Light Cream

There is almost no scent which is a thumbs up. I personally prefer a moisturizer with minimal or no scent at all.

It is said to be suitable for all skin types. Also, it claims to moisturize the skin without greasiness.

To use it, apply after cleaning the skin while performing a gentle massage until the cream has completely absorbed. Use day and night. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

My Experience on Naobay Detox Unpolluted Oxygen Light Cream

My skin absorbed it well and doesn’t leave greasiness. I used an amount similar to a ¥10 coin for my whole face. It moisturizes my skin well and soothes it at the same time. It felt very light and I didn’t feel any irritations. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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