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Product Review – C Today or C you in the Morning by Yes to Carrots

C You Today or C You Tomorrow Cream
C You Today or C You in the Morning Cream

This cream made by Yes to Carrots is great for my dry-to combination skin.  It’s thick and feels like buttah but doesn’t make my face look oily in the slightest.  It’s full of antioxidants (vitamin A, vitamin C, green tea extract, pomegranate peel) and it has ginkgo biloba to increase circulation in your skin.  It also has some great moisturizing and soothing ingredients – avocado oil, carrot seed oil, carrot juice, sweet almond oil, chamomile and aloe.

It also has a few ingredients that help to alleviate excessive oil production – salicylic acid (just a touch), cucumber water, witch hazel (I use this every day as a toner) and orange oil.  It even has anti-aging ingredients – hyaluronic acid and squalane.


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  1. fortyflirtyfabulous

    I agree that this is a fantastic cream. It's great for me in the winter, when my combination skin is on the dry side. I love Yes to Carrots because it makes your skin feel so good!

  2. Can I agree too? Oh wait, I'm very biased 🙂

    Seriously, thank you for taking the time to review. Really appreciate your post.

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