Estée Lauder DayWear vs DayWear Matte. Which one is best?

Day creams are a very important part of skincare but they have a very difficult task to fulfil. Not only do they have to nourish the skin and protect it with SPF but also work well under makeup.

In this post I will be comparing the Estée Lauder DayWear (Multi-Protection Anti-Oxidant 24H-Moisture Crème SPF15) and DayWear Matte (Oil-Control Anti-Oxidant Moisture Gel Creme) to figure out whether any of them are worth buying and if they fit into the criteria of a good day cream.

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Let’s find out.

 

Packaging

Both creams are from the same company so there isn’t much to compare here. Both creams come in the typical Estée Lauder pale green cardboard packaging and both creams come in a green jar with a golden screw cap.

While the product packaging looks and feel very luxurious it is sadly, not the best choice skincare-wise.  A jar is not the most sanitary way of packaging products and the product gets exposed to air. This means that some of the ingredients might lose their activity over time.

In general, jar packaging serves more of a psychological expectation that we’ve built over the years, that good creams come in fancy jars.

Winner: Equal.

DayWear 0 vs DayWear Matte 0

 

Price

Both creams come in 50mL jars and both retail for £45. The price is definitely not cheap and whether they are worth it or not highly depends on their function and ingredients (see Ingrediests section below).

Winner: Equal.

DayWear 0 vs DayWear Matte 0

 

SPF protection

Only the DayWear contains SPF so it easily takes this category.  However, this doesn’t mean you can’t use the DayWear Matte, you just need to use an extra product to add your daily SPF.

SPF protection is a must at all times, to find out more check out Everything you need to know about sunscreens and SPF

Winner: The DayWear contains SPF15.

DayWear 1 vs DayWear Matte 0

 

Oil control

You might think that this category is interesting only if you are oily but that’s not the case. Sure, oil control is more vital for the oily skin types but all skin types sweat and produce some oils not to mention that a lot of makeup products tend to “melt” or contain oils.

Oil control can be very important for maintaining long wear makeup and out of these two creams only the DayWear Matte does this well. It doesn’t dry the skin but it helps with oil control.

Winner: The DayWear Matte can control oils.

DayWear 1 vs DayWear Matte 1

 

Pore/texture/wrinkle hiding

Only the DayWear matte is said to reduce the look of pores however, in reality neither of the two help with that.

Winner: Equal.

DayWear 1 vs DayWear Matte 1

 

Cream Texture

The two creams have a slightly different texture. The DayWear has a creamy consistency whereas the DayWear Matte is somewhere between a cream and a gel.

The half-gel like texture of the DayWear Matte is perfect for oily skin as it feels moisturising but not heavy. However, all skin types could use both creams if texture was the only deciding factor.

Both products have a pale green colour which unfortunately comes from added dyes. Interestingly though, when I tried these products from samples rather than full-size, they were white coloured. The colour intensity likely also changes with air-exposure, one more reason why the jar packaging is not the best idea.

Winner: No winner here as the perfect texture will depend on personal preference as well as your skin type.

DayWear 1 vs DayWear Matte 1

 

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Other

Both creams last for 24M and both are suggested, by the brand, to be for day and night usage. While of course there is nothing stopping you from doing that, neither of the two creams are the best choice for night.

The DayWear contains SPF which would be a waste during the night-time and the DayWear Matte, controls oil production which doesn’t often matter as much during the night, unless you are wearing makeup for long periods of time.

Here’s what the brand says about the DayWear:

This high-performance moisturiser defends against—and diminishes—the appearance of premature ageing with effective anti-oxidant power. 

DayWear includes our Super Anti-Oxidant Complex and Broad Spectrum sunscreen. It reduces the look of first signs of ageing, like dullness and fine, dry lines. Refreshes skin with lasting hydration.

HOW TO USE

Apply AM and PM after your Repair Serum.

 

Here’s what the brand says about the DayWear Matte:

Goodbye, shine. Hello, matte. This fresh, ultra-light gel creme, with our powerful Moisture Matte Technology, controls oil up to 8 hours and helps skin minimise visible shine all day; giving skin a healthy matte finish. Reduces the look of pores. Helps resist the first signs of aging. Skin feels fresh, smooth, soft, hydrated. Now, face the day with confidence. It’s more than matte. It’s just what your skin needs.

HOW TO USE

Apply as a last step in your skincare regimen. Avoid eye area.

 Winner: Equal.

DayWear 1 vs DayWear Matte 1

 

Practicality of use – user experience

Both creams are very easy to use, get absorbed quickly and don’t leave any sticky residues behind.

Winner: Equal.

DayWear 1 vs DayWear Matte 1

 

Results

Both creams moisturise the skin well and contain some nutritious ingredients. They both leave the skin feeling hydrated and soft.

For me, the DayWear Matte was superior because I have oily skin. But both creams work well and contain ingredient goodies (see Ingredient section below), this category largely depends on your needs.

Winner: Equal.

DayWear 1 vs DayWear Matte 1

 

Smell

Both creams have a subtle cream-like scent. The DayWear matte also has a cucumber-like scent which is refreshing.

Winner: Equal.

DayWear 1 vs DayWear Matte 1

 

Ingredients

The DayWear contains 76 ingredients of which 55 will offer you some skincare benefit, 9 potential negative and 15 irritants. The DayWear Matte contains 50 ingredients of which 37 will offer you some skincare benefit, 4 potential negative and 15 irritants.

Both creams contain a good amount of skin nourishing ingredients and it really comes down to which ingredients your are missing out from the rest of your skincare or which product texture and function works best for you.

To keep this article short, I am only listing the skin nourishing or skin positive/negative ingredients (or in this case ones that make the foundation function better in some way) and ignoring the ones that only play formulation purposes. For the full list of these products’ ingredients scroll down to the “full list of ingredients” section.

 

Ingredient positives for the DayWear moisturiser:

  1. Water based formulation.
  2. Ethylhexyl Salicylate – UV-B absorber.
  3. Dimethicone – Can protect the skin and even act as a conditioner. It has a smooth and silky feeling and can even fill in fine lines and wrinkles temporarily to result in a plumper look. It forms a barrier on the skin that can lock in moisture.
  4. Butyloctyl Salicylate – A skin conditioner.
  5. Butylene Glycol – Skin conditioner that can also prevent moisture loss from the skin. Sometimes also used as fragrance.
  6. Butyl methoxydibenzoylmethane – UV-A absorber.
  7. Polyester-8 – Skin conditioner and film former.
  8. Di-C12-15 Alkyl Fumarate – Skin conditioner.
  9. Caprylic/Capric/Myristic/Stearic Triglyceride – Skin conditioner and protector.
  10. Polysilicone-11 – A film former which in turn has water binding abilities and leaves a smooth feeling on the skin.
  11. Psidium Guajava (Guava) Fruit Extract – Skin conditioner and source of anti-oxidants.
  12. Gentiana Lutea (Gentian) Root Extract – Skin conditioner, source of anti-oxidants and fragrance.
  13. Polygonum Cuspidatum Root Extract – Anti-oxidant.
  14. Hordeum Vulgare (Barley) Extract\Extrait D’Orge – Anti-oxidant.
  15. Laminaria Ochroleuca Extract – Skin conditioner, soother and fragrance.
  16. Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract – A skin conditioner, anti-oxidant, anti-microbial extract with skin calming effects.
  17. Triticum Vulgare (Wheat) Germ Extract – Skin conditioner and softener.
  18. Artemia Extract – Skin conditioner.
  19. Fumaria Officinalis Flower/Leaf/Stem Extract – Skin conditioner.
  20. Caffeine – Potent anti-oxidant, improves puffy eyes, sooths and penetrates the skin providing a constricting effect which reduces redness. Slows down the process of photo-ageing.
  21. Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Fruit Extract – Skin conditioner and fragrance.
  22. Hydrolyzed Rice Extract – A skin conditioner.
  23. Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract – A potent anti-oxidant that can help diminish skin’s environment damage.
  24. Hydrolyzed Rice Bran Extract – Skin conditioner.
  25. Lauryl PEG-9 Polydimethylsiloxyethyl Dimethicone– A skin conditioner.
  26. Thermus Thermophillus Ferment– Skin conditioner and anti-oxidant. Said to prevent signs of photo-ageing.
  27. Triacontanyl Pvp – Film former and hair fixative.
  28. Glycerin – Found naturally in the skin so can be seen as a skin replenishing ingredient. A skin conditioner that helps improve and smooth the appearance of skin. A good moisturiser that is almost always present in moisturising products.
  29. C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate– A skin conditioner which primarily serves formulation roles such as being an anti-microbial preserving agent that can dissolve sunscreens.
  30. Linoleic Acid – A very good skin soother, anti-oxidant, skin restorer and skin conditioner. Deficiency in this ingredient can cause many effects including slower wound healing. It is also used as an anti-inflammatory compound, for acne reduction, and moisture retention.
  31. Cholesterol – One of the main lipids in our skin other than ceramides. A good skin conditioner and replenishing compound that can help maintain the skin’s healthy feel and appearance. Our skin naturally contains cholesterol, it works by strengthening the outer structure of the skin and protecting it from dehydration.
  32. Squalane – A moisturiser, source of replenishing fatty acids and anti-oxidants. Creates a barrier between the skin and the environment, keeping the moisture in and also conditions the skin.
  33. Sodium PCA – Skin conditioner and naturally occurring humectant.
  34. 1,2-hexanediol – A preservative and moisture biding agent.
  35. Urea – A humectant and skin conditioner that is used very often in products for dry skin.
  36. Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride – A skin conditioner and replenisher. Can enhance the delivery of vitamins, pigments and other ingredients. Can act as a cleanser too and provide a lightweight non-greasy barrier of lubrication.
  37. Dipropylene Glycol Dibenzoate – Skin conditioner.
  38. Tocopheryl acetate – A more stable form of vitamin E. A hero anti-oxidant molecule. A skin conditioner that also enhances the ability of sunscreens. Can help with inflammation. Check out: Vitamins C & E – Do they work in skin care?
  39. Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate – A stable form of vitamin C. Can increase collagen production keeping the skin healthy and younger looking, reduce melanin production giving a brighter skin appearance and can even repair the effects of UV-exposure. This specific form of Vitamin C even has the ability to stimulate production of moisturising compounds in the skin. A hero compound. Check out: Vitamins C & E – Do they work in skin care?
  40. Sodium Hyaluronate – A hero compound, known as the “fountain of youth” Plays a major role in anti-ageing processes and is found in embryos in high concentrations. Can hold onto water 1000 times of its weight meaning that it is an amazing moisturiser by locking moisture in. Helps wounds and burns heal and it’s linked to increased collagen generation Also used as a temporary cosmetic filler. Check out: Hyaluronic acid – the fountain of youth?
  41. Ergothioneine – Anti-oxidant and skin soother.
  42. Isohexadecane– A skin conditioner that is too big to penetrate the skin.
  43. Ppg-15 Stearyl Ether Benzoate – Skin conditioner.
  44. Glycyrrhetinic Acid – A conditioner, skin soother and anti-oxidant.
  45. Trehalose – Moisturiser.
  46. Polyquaternium-51 – Skin conditioner, humectant and film former.
  47. Lecithin – A lipid that improves skin equilibrium.
  48. Hydrogenated Lecithin – A more stable form of lecithin which plays some formulation roles as well as being a skin conditioner and replenisher.
  49. Palmitoyl Hydroxypropyltrimonium Amylopectin/Glycerin Crosspolymer – Skin conditioner.
  50. Caprylyl Glycol – A skin conditioner.
  51. Cyclodextrin – An absorbent and stabiliser.
  52. Nordihydroguaiaretic Acid – Anti-oxidant.
  53. Ascorbyl Tocopheryl Maleate – Anti-oxidant and skin conditioner.
  54. Citric Acid– A natural preservative, can be used to even out skin tone.
  55. Ethylbisiminomethylguaiacol Manganese Chloride – Anti-oxidant.

 

Ingredient positives for the DayWear Matte moisturiser:

  1. Water based formulation.
  2. Isododecane – A humectant that makes products more easily spreadable.
  3. Butylene Glycol – A humectant that can preserve water and a skin conditioner.
  4. Polypropylene – A humectant and viscosity increasing agent.
  5. Dimethicone – A skin conditioner, humectant and can even temporarily fill in wrinkles and lines. Can also soothe the skin and reduce redness.
  6. Bis-Peg-18 Methyl Ether Dimethyl Silane – A skin conditioner and humectant amongst other functions.
  7. Glycerin – Found naturally on the skin therefore it is a skin replenishing ingredient. It’s almost always present in moisturiser products as it improves the smoothness and moisture content of the skin. It leaves a cooling effect on the skin and it is often found in 10% or below as it gives a sticky effect at higher concentrations.
  8. Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract – A skin restoring conditioner.
  9. Lens Esculenta (Lentil) Fruit Extract – A skin conditioner and anti-oxidant. Some claim that one of the ingredients in the lentil extract can minimise the appearance of pores.
  10. Citrullus Vulgaris (Watermelon) Fruit Extract – A skin conditioner that also contains anti-oxidants.
  11. Laminaria Saccharina Extract – Skin protecting, soothing and fragrance.
  12. Narcissus Tazetta Bulb Extract – Skin conditioner and astringent.
  13. Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract – Skin conditioner and anti-oxidant.
  14. Trehalose – Moisturiser.
  15. Ergothioneine – Anti-oxidant and skin soother.
  16. Algae Extract – Anti-oxidant and skin replenishing as it contains multiple vitamins and minerals. However, this ingredient oxidises when exposed to air and is best not found in jar creams.
  17. Lactobacillus Ferment – Skin conditioner.
  18. Caffeine – A potent anti-oxidant that can also act as a skin conditioner and soother.
  19. Acetyl Glucosamine – A skin replenishing compound with anti-ageing properties. Some studies claim it can reduce wrinkle appearance and even brighten the skin.
  20. Hordeum Vulgare (Barley) Extract\Extrait D’Orge – Anti-oxidant.
  21. Thermus Thermophillus Ferment – Skin conditioner and anti-oxidant. Said to prevent signs of photo-ageing.
  22. Propylene Glycol Dicaprate – Skin conditioner.
  23. Tocopheryl Acetate – A hero compound, more stable form of vitamin E. A good anti-oxidant and conditioning agent that can also moisturise and help with inflammation.
  24. Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seedcake – Skin conditioner and absorbent.
  25. Sodium Lactate – Skin conditioner and humectant.
  26. Sodium Hyaluronate – A hero compound, known as the “fountain of youth” molecule. Plays a major role in anti-ageing processes and is found in embryos in high concentrations. Can hold onto water 1000 times of its weight meaning that it is an amazing moisturiser by locking moisture in. Helps wounds and burns heal and it’s linked to increased collagen generation Also used as a temporary cosmetic filler.
  27. Ethylbisiminomethylguaiacol Manganese Chloride – Anti-oxidant.
  28. Lecithin – A lipid that improves skin equilibrium.
  29. Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate – A stable form of vitamin C. Can increase collagen production keeping the skin healthy and younger looking, reduce melanin production giving a brighter skin appearance and can even repair the effects of UV-exposure. This specific form of Vitamin C even has the ability to stimulate production of moisturising compounds in the skin. A hero compound.
  30. Citric acid – natural preservative, can be used to even out skin tone.
  31. Cyclodextrin – An absorbent and stabiliser.
  32. Caprylyl Glycol – A skin conditioner and anti-microbial agent. Also a good moisturiser.
  33. Sodium Pca – Skin conditioner and humectant.
  34. Silica – A good absorbent.
  35. Hexylene Glycol – Skin conditioner.
  36. BHT – anti-oxidant, does not penetrate the skin far enough to be absorbed into the blood stream.
  37. Benzyl Salicylate – Fragrance and UV-light absorber.

 

Ingredient negatives for the DayWear moisturiser: 

  1. Triticum Vulgare (Wheat) Germ Extract – Skin bleaching agent.
  2. Urea – There are quite a few concerns around urea including cancer and Dementia disease. However, more studies are needed to confirm these claims.
  3. Polysorbate 80 – Although there is no solid scientific proof, this ingredient has been the subject of a couple of studies noticing cancer, developmental and reproductive toxicity concerns.
  4. Lecithin – Generally considered safe but some suspect this to be a carcinogen. However, there is no proof.
  5. Fragrance (Parfum) – This ingredient represents an undisclosed mixture of compounds that give the product scent. There’re more than 3000 molecules that fall under this category and I personally do not like that there are some ingredients that are undisclosed and hidden under this general name. Fragrance also does not offer any skin care benefit, in fact there is some evidence that it can damage the skin.
  6. Pentaerythrityl Tetra-Di-T-Butyl Hydroxyhydrocinnamate – Potentially persistent and bioaccumulative in wildlife.
  7. Blue 1 (Ci 42090) – A colourant. Contradicting studies some claim evidence of toxicity and others don’t. This is not a needed ingredient and could have been avoided. It gives the product a nice soothing colour but that’s about it.
  8. Yellow 5 (Ci 19140) – A colourant that is unnecessary and doesn’t offer any skincare benefits.
  9. Chromium Hydroxide Green (Ci 77289) – A colourant that is unnecessary and doesn’t offer any skincare benefits.

 

Ingredient negatives for the DayWear Matte moisturiser: 

  1. Polypropylene – Some studies suggest that this material could be toxic and even cause cancer. However, there is no solid proof of that and since it is a polymer, it’s activity would highly depend on its molecular weight which we do not know here.
  2. Lecithin– Generally considered safe but some suspect this to be a carcinogen. However, there is no proof.
  3. Fragrance (Parfum) – This ingredient represents an undisclosed mixture of compounds that give the product scent. There’re more than 3000 molecules that fall under this category and I personally do not like that there are some ingredients that are undisclosed and hidden under this general name. Fragrance also does not offer any skin care benefit, in fact there is some evidence that it can damage the skin.
  4. Blue 1 (Ci 42090)– A colourant. Contradicting studies some claim evidence of toxicity and others don’t. This is not a needed ingredient and could have been avoided. It gives the product a nice soothing colour but that’s about it.

 

Ingredients that can cause irritation to some:

This is actually really case specific, as different people have different sensitivities and allergies. Just because a compound has been reported by some to cause sensitivity, it doesn’t mean you will have an issue. “Sensitizer” compounds being present is not a negative in my opinion, as this is the case with pretty much everything out there and funnily enough I’ve seen products that are targeted specifically for sensitive skin, containing some compounds that have been reported by some, or are known to be, sensitizers.

If you have sensitive skin or you are prone to skin sensitisation and unwanted reactions, try a little bit of this at the back of your hand first and consult a medical doctor if you are concerned.

Check out: What is sensitive skin? What are the causes and what can we do?

The following compounds present in the DayWear have been either proven or claimed by some to be sensitizers, irritants, allergens etc: Ethylhexyl Salicylate, Butylene Glycol, Stearyl Alcohol, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Caffeine, Pentylene Glycol, Cholesterol, 1,2-Hexanediol, Urea, Tocopheryl Acetate, Fumaric Acid, Sodium Hydroxide, Fragrance (Parfum), Citric Acid, Phenoxyethanol.

The following compounds present in the DayWear Matte have been either proven or claimed by some to be sensitizers, irritants, allergens etc: Butylene Glycol, Algae Extract, Caffeine, Acetyl Glucosamine, Tocopheryl Acetate, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seedcake, Laureth-23, Citric Acid, Laureth-4, Oleth-10, Fragrance (Parfum), Hexylene Glycol, Phenoxyethanol, Linalool, Butylphenyl Methylpropional.

 

Full list of ingredients

DayWear:

Water\Aqua\Eau, Ethylhexyl Salicylate, Dimethicone, Butyloctyl Salicylate, Butylene Glycol, Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane, Polyester-8, Cetyl Ricinoleate, Steareth-21, Steareth-2, Di-C12-15 Alkyl Fumarate, Caprylic/Capric/Myristic/Stearic Triglyceride, Polysilicone-11, Psidium Guajava (Guava) Fruit Extract, Gentiana Lutea (Gentian) Root Extract, Polygonum Cuspidatum Root Extract, Stearyl Alcohol, Hordeum Vulgare (Barley) Extract\Extrait D’Orge, Laminaria Ochroleuca Extract, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract, Triticum Vulgare (Wheat) Germ Extract, Artemia Extract, Fumaria Officinalis Flower/Leaf/Stem Extract, Caffeine, Pentylene Glycol, Citrus Medica Limonum (Lemon) Fruit Extract, Hydrolyzed Rice Extract, Vitis Vinifera (Grape) Seed Extract, Hydrolyzed Rice Bran Extract, Lauryl Peg-9 Polydimethylsiloxyethyl Dimethicone, Thermus Thermophillus Ferment, Behenyl Alcohol, Acrylic Acid/Vp Crosspolymer, Triacontanyl Pvp, Glycerin, C12-15 Alkyl Benzoate, Linoleic Acid, Cholesterol, Squalane, Sodium Pca, 1,2-Hexanediol, Urea, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Dipropylene Glycol Dibenzoate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Acrylamide/Sodium Acryloyldimethyltaurate Copolymer, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, Sodium Hyaluronate, Ergothioneine, Isohexadecane, Ppg-15 Stearyl Ether Benzoate, Glycyrrhetinic Acid, Trehalose, Polyquaternium-51, Polysorbate 80, Lecithin, Hydrogenated Lecithin, Fumaric Acid, Palmitoyl Hydroxypropyltrimonium Amylopectin/Glycerin Crosspolymer, Caprylyl Glycol, Cyclodextrin, Sodium Hydroxide, Nordihydroguaiaretic Acid, Sodium Chloride, Ascorbyl Tocopheryl Maleate, Fragrance (Parfum), Citric Acid, Ethylbisiminomethylguaiacol Manganese Chloride, Pentaerythrityl Tetra-Di-T-Butyl Hydroxyhydrocinnamate, Disodium Edta, Bht, Sodium Dehydroacetate, Phenoxyethanol, Blue 1 (Ci 42090), Yellow 5 (Ci 19140), Chromium Hydroxide Green (Ci 77289)

 

DayWear Matte:

Water\Aqua\Eau, Isododecane, Butylene Glycol, Polypropylene, Dimethicone, Bis-Peg-18 Methyl Ether Dimethyl Silane, Glycerin, Ammonium Acryloyldimethyltaurate/Vp Copolymer, Pyrus Malus (Apple) Fruit Extract, Lens Esculenta (Lentil) Fruit Extract, Citrullus Vulgaris (Watermelon) Fruit Extract, Laminaria Saccharina Extract, Narcissus Tazetta Bulb Extract, Cucumis Sativus (Cucumber) Fruit Extract, Trehalose, Ergothioneine, Algae Extract, Lactobacillus Ferment, Caffeine, Acetyl Glucosamine, Hordeum Vulgare (Barley) Extract\Extrait D’Orge, Thermus Thermophillus Ferment, Polysilicone-11, Acrylates/C10-30 Alkyl Acrylate Crosspolymer, Propylene Glycol Dicaprate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seedcake, Sodium Lactate, Sodium Hyaluronate, Ethylbisiminomethylguaiacol Manganese Chloride, Lecithin, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, Laureth-23, Tromethamine, Citric Acid, Cyclodextrin, Caprylyl Glycol, Laureth-4, Oleth-10, Sodium Pca, Silica, Fragrance (Parfum), Hexylene Glycol, Disodium Edta, Bht, Phenoxyethanol, Linalool, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Benzyl Salicylate, Blue 1 (Ci 42090)

 

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Verdict

Both creams are good skincare products and it really depends on which one you prefer for your skin type and what you want to use it for. If you are the oily skin type then obviously the DayWear Matte is better for you but if you are not a heavy makeup wearer the DayWear is superior with its SPF15.

For other oily skin type creams and SPF nourishing moisturisers check out:

Best day creams for oily skin – Estée Lauder Daywear Matte vs Omorovicza Balancing Moisturiser. In Depth Reviews and Ingredient Analyses

A nourishing, mattifying day cream with SPF – Paula’s Choice RESIST Super-Light Daily Wrinkle Defence Broad Spectrum SPF30 – In-Depth Review and Ingredient Analysis

 

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