Unlisted Brand • Steam Cream • Moisturizers
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I didn't feel that this product had any redeeming features that would make me repurchase.
It just didn't do anything. My face felt greasy and by the morning, it'd be slick. The smell was just odd. It also never felt like it was fully absorbed.
It had no big reaction and I think it actually caused me to break out a little.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Sensitive, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I was a very loyal fan (bought and finished 3 tins) until recently when some freak SPF/Sun allergy that I've never had threw me off course.
This used to be my go-to moisturizer. It was enough for dry winters, and still great for the summer if I applied less. I'm really sad now that it doesn't really work for my skin, because it made my skincare routine so simple - I never bothered with multiple products, just cleanser toner and this and I was done.
The only thing off-putting for most people is that since it's a huge tin you have to dip your finger in... I used to be okay with it but now I have to be extra careful with my skin because it just gets sensitive and flaky for seemingly no reason!
I still really like Steam Cream though, will probably get it as a body/hand cream because I really like the smell and how it's not greasy like body butters but still moisturizing enough. Just not for my face I guess.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I received this in last month's Carmine box and after looking at all the glowing reviews I was excited to try it! I believe it is marketed as a face and body moisturiser... its pretty nice as a body moisturiser but please - if you have any type of skin that has some oil to it, i.e. oily or combination, do NOT put it on your face! I have combination skin and this brought me out in my oily areas - its too oily for the face in my opinion although maybe its ok if you have dry skin! I rarely have break outs no matter what I put on my face but I am covered in spots and blemishes after using this for about 5 days, day and night. Not happy :( However I've found it ok for getting rid of dry skin on my body but at the price (I think its around £10) I'd prefer to use my Body Shop body butters which smell so much nicer! The one really nice thing is the limited edition packaging - nice idea. Apart from that, I'll finish using this on my body but I won't purchase.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Blue
STEAM CREAM is called such because the makers use steam to fuse the ingredients together, meaning that the cream will be absorbed into the skin instantly as there are no complex molecules bound together by a powerful emulsifying process in the cream.
STEAM CREAM is vegan and is hand-made in small batches using natural ingredients, including Oatmeal, almond oil, lavender essential oil, orange flower water, cocoa butter and organic jojoba oil.
STEAM CREAM can be used for the entire body, but I mainly use it on my face as I have very dry skin, so something that is quickly absorbed and gives lasting moisture is a necessity for me. It doesn't battle against wrinkles, or give me a face-lift, but STEAM CREAM is a simple, but highly effective moisturizer.
I've been using this daily for over a month now and not only does my naked skin looks noticeably more radiant and hasn't flaked at all. I haven't changed any other product in my skincare regime. Since using STEAM CREAM I haven't suffered from additional breakouts, or had any itches or rashes on my dry and sensitive skin.
STEAM CREAM isn't sold in jars; it is sold in 75g reusable decorative tins.