September 1, 2018

Fresh Vitamin Nectar Vitamin C Glow Powder

Fresh recently added a new product to their Vitamin Nectar range, the Vitamin C Glow Powder 30-Second Foaming Facial! Supercharged with a high concentration of Vitamin C (20%, to be exact), this powder is said to brighten skin and visibly tighten pores.

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Fresh Vitamin Nectar Vitamin C Glow Powder 30 Second Foaming Facial Review Ingredients

The Vitamin Nectar powder is very easy to use : Pour the powder into your hand, add water, mix into a lather, massage onto skin for 30 seconds and then rinse.

Fresh Vitamin Nectar Vitamin C Glow Powder 30 Second Foaming Facial Review

My skin is very soft when I use it, and I love how my pores look much smaller (even if the effect is temporary). It feels a bit drying though, so I like to follow with an hydrating serum (like the Drunk Elephant B-Hydra Intensive Hydration Gel).

After using the Vitamin Nectar Glow Powder for 2 weeks (twice a week), I noticed that my acne spots are lighter too!

For your information, my skin is oily (but dehydrated) and acne-prone. This product didn't break me out or clog my pores.

Fresh Vitamin Nectar Vitamin C Glow Powder 30 Second Foaming Facial Texture

But what I like the most about this powder is that it exfoliates all the dry skin in less than 30 seconds! My skin is very sensitive these days (not sure why) and I can't use a face scrub as often as I would like. This one is gentle, but very effective! Oh and it smells so good, like a sparkling mimosa!

This product is expensive for only 12 uses, but my skin loves it!

Fresh Vitamin Nectar Vitamin C Glow Powder 30 Second Foaming Facial

The Fresh Vitamin Nectar Vitamin C Glow Powder retails for $49 CAD for 12 packettes (1.5g each) and is available at Sephora and Nordstrom. The ingredient list is available here.

(I received this product in order to evaluate it and give my opinion, but rest assured that my comments are always honest and impartial. This post contains affiliate links.)

4 comments:

  1. This sounds amazing but holy expensive! It does sound like a lovely product though. A nice gentle exfoliator for those with sensitive skin!

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    1. Yeah I know, I wish it wasn't so expensive!

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  2. I don't know if I would go through the trouble to mix this and apply it. It does sound great though.

    Jennifer | Mrs Q Beauty

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    1. At least you know the vitamin C is stable when you only mix it with water right before you use it!

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