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Acure The Magical Wonderfluff │Review

Acure The Magical Wonderfluff Review

For the next two days, you’ll hear about two wonderful overnight masks. Is it just me or leave-in masks are relatively new? Having dehydrated but acne-prone skin, I was somewhat ambivalent about these products: they are as much a godsend (from my lazy perspective) as a curse (from my anxious/scared perspective)! Alleluia! I’m not afraid anymore; I’m in love with these types of formulas!  They are much more convenient than regular masks and they do a hell of a job at moisturizing my skin while I’m dreaming (or having nightmares, or lately, during my insomnia period!).

This overnight hydrating booster mask is my first product from the Acure brand and, considering the results, it won’t be the last! Such a great discovery. And how cool is the name of this booster mask: Magical Wonderfluff… Girls, it is magical indeed…

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It’s hard to be more natural than this…

purified water/aqua/eau, aqueous extracts/extraits aqueux: aloe barbadensis leaf juice, organic euterpe oleracea (acai) extract, organic rubus fruticosus (blackberry) extract, organic rosa canina (rosehips) extract, organic punica granatum (pomegranate) extract, organic calendula officinalis (calendula) extract, organic matricaria recutita (chamomile) extract, organic aspalathus linearis (rooibos) extract, prunus armeniaca (apricot Kernel) oil, persea americana (avocado) oil, vegetable glycerin, prunus dulcis (sweet almond) oil, glyceryl stearate, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) oil, glucose (sugar), glucose oxidase, lactoperoxidase, organic chlorella pyrenoidosa extract, organic oenothera biennis (evening primrose) oil, organic argania spinosa (argan) oil, hypericum perforatum (st johnswort) oil, olea europaea (olive) oil, gardenia jasminoides (gardenia) cell culture extract, argania Spinosa (argan) cell culture extract, lavendula angustifolia (lavender) essential oil, citrus reticulata (red mandarin) oil, thymus mastichina (marjoram) essential oil, anthemis nobilis (Roman Chamomile) essential oil, nardastachus jatamansi (spikenard) essential oil, xanthan gum.

Acure The Magical Wonderfluff Review

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On the Acure website: $19.99 for 1.4oz

Interesting: ACURE is a family-owned and operated company founded on sustainable principles to provide the highest quality natural and certified organic personal care. They also carry body products as well as power meal and green superfood!

Acure The Magical Wonderfluff Review

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♥ This product is vegan, sulfate-free, paraben-free and cruelty-free,

♥ This cream-based formula smells so yummy (like fine herbs or wet grass),

♥ Lightweight enough to be use over any night cream or serum,

♥ Affordable,

♥ No breakouts to report and I don’t find this product to be irritating a bit,

♥ Very hydrating, without feeling greasy in the morning.

Although I don’t see a diminution of my wrinkles (for now – still crossing my fingers!), they surely appear momentarily less noticeable since they are plumped with all that moisture! Now that I’ve tried overnight masks, they will now find a preferred spot in my daily skincare regimen since they are more practical and easier to use than traditional ones. Maybe I’m lazy  (and self-conscious) but I prefer having the product work while I sleep, than looking like the Incredible Hulk during the day when my door bell rings or when the FedEx guy appears on my doorstep…

Note: I use it on top of my favorite serum or any nighttime cream for that extra boost!

Thanks for stopping by …

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DISCLAIMER: This is not sponsored. Although some items may have been sent as pr, I am under no obligation to review them. Most items I discuss are purchased by me. All opinions expressed are my own and not edited by any companies mentioned.
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14 thoughts on “Acure The Magical Wonderfluff │Review

  1. I have an eye cream that I’m yet to try. I didn’t realize how pricey they were till I went to the store. (I recommend checking out thrive.com, I got my eye cream for free and paid $1.95 for shipping and handling). Can’t wait to check out their other products.

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