Saturday, March 14, 2015 Mineral Fusion products - SPF15 Brightening Moisturizer

Through I received a coupon for a makeup and skincare line available at Target. I have a Target store close by and so I was happy to try out what is for more me a fairly pricey skincare product. But was it ever worthwhile.

The product line is called Mineral Fusion and one of the trademarks of its line is the inclusion of Vitamin C to naturally brighten and restore youthfulness of your skin. I opted therefore to select a skincare product rather than a makeup item because I wanted to try the effect of vitamin C. One of the products that immediately caught my attention was the SPF15 Brightening Moisturizer.

copyright Durhamonthecheap - the moisturizer comes in a nice blue/brown packaging

copyright Durhamonthecheap - this is a good size tube of moisturizer

copyright Durhamonthecheap -I noticed right away that it says protection - and it does!

So I bought with my coupon a $25 product for FREE - how great is that? I have been dutifully applying it every day for two weeks now and I am really happy with its effects. My skin feels more healthy and has a nice glow to it that I usually only see in the spring and summer, when I have been regularly outside. But we still had winter up until last week and so for my skin to have this kind of healthy color is really unusual - but I am very happy about it!
The product is hypo-allergenic, which is important for someone like me with really sensitive skin and also vegan. I use it sparingly, meaning just a little bit on the tip of my finger gores a long way and a good thing it is because I usually do not splurge like that on skincare. But this sample was really great and I dread the day that it is used up. I may have to convince myself that it is worth it after all and consider it my monthly splurge form now on. I really like it that much!

Disclaimer: I received a free product from in exchange for an honest review. The opinion expressed in this blog post is solely my own and has not been influenced by any third parties.

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