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Eminence Organics Tropical Vanilla Day Cream SPF 40

$68.00

Natural SPF protection for all skin types. Clinically tested to increase moisture levels by 250%, this day cream moisturizer promotes soft and youthful-looking skin. Retail Size: 2 oz / 60 ml

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Description

Natural SPF protection for all skin types. Clinically tested to increase moisture levels by 250%, this day cream moisturizer promotes soft and youthful-looking skin.

Retail Size: 2 oz / 60 ml

Use the Eminence Tropical Vanilla Day Cream SPF 40 to treat your sun-kissed skin. Infused with zinc, this cream uses hydrating shea butter and the fragrant aroma of vanilla to care for your skin with the defenses of natural SPF.

Winner of Best Product, LNE's Best, Les Nouvelles Esthétiques & Spa, 2010

Results:

  • Skin is protected from UVA/UVB/UVC rays
  • Epidermis appears moisturized and revitalized
  • Complexion appears softened and even
  • Texture appears silky and smooth

Eminence Organics Tropical Vanilla Day Cream SPF 40 Key Ingredients:

  • Shea Butter: moisturizer and emollient
  • Zinc Oxide: provides broad-spectrum UVA and UVB protection
  • Vanilla: soothing and moisturizing
  • Ethylhexl Methoxycinnamate: a clear liquid compound that absorbs UVB light2oz / 60ml

*As determined by an independent FDA accredited lab

Reviews

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
40%
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Charity Cole
20% zinc oxide

I put this on and couldn't figure out why it was just laying on top of my skin. The zinc oxide increased from 6% to 20%. I hate it. If I wanted a stronger sun block, I would get some much cheaper sun screen when I'm going to be outside longer and need it. Amazon has the old formula. I'm headed that way now.

M
Maria Ceciline Nickols
Chalky. Does not rub in.

I am so disappointed with the SPF 40. It leaves a chalky residue that you cannot rub in. I loved the SPF 32 and that worked well with my skin. The SPF 40 version is not the same and I hope they go back to the 32.

L
Lesa Sump
VERY HEAVY

As the other comments - PLEASE go back to SPF 32. I received a sample of the 32 so went back to purchase the product because I loved it so much. I got it home and was very disappointed. It's extremely thick and does not blend in. Stays sticky and white on your face. I took it back thinking that they had sold me the wrong thing only to find that the product formula had been revised. The retailer would NOT accept a return (or exchange) and I inquired within 5 days of purchase! I'm will not nor can not use this product so I am hoping that I can get some resolution from the mfg.

J
Judy Clark
Bring back the SPF 32 formula

Didn't realize the formula had changed and is now only offered as SPF 40. Too thick to put on evenly and leaves a whitish cast. Much preferred the SPF 32 formula which I have been using for years. Will not buy this version again.

M
Marie

I wish I checked reviews before buying this. This should be pulled off shelves it is that bad. I actually couldn't blend it in enough I had to wipe so much off of my face. It is thick and chalky and very drying. How could it be classified as a moisturizer? It cost a lot too. What a waste of money. I wanted to love this line but I don't.

How To Use
Apply a layer of moisturizer over the entire face and neck area 15–30 minutes prior to sun exposure and leave on. Application should be repeated every 2–3 hours or after exposure to water. Leave on. For a body SPF, we recommend Tropical Vanilla Body SPF 32.
Ingredients
Active Ingredients: Octinoxate 6%, Zinc Oxide 5% Inactive Ingredients: Organic Phytonutrient Blend™ [Linden Flower Tea*, Aloe Juice*, Green Tea Leaf Extract*, Vanilla Seed Extract* and Soy Lecithin*], Capric/Caprylic Triglyceride, Cetearyl Alcohol, Sodium Cetearyl Sulfate, Vegetable Glycerin*, Shea Butter*, Vitamin E, Corn Germ Oil*, Glyceryl Stearate, Hydrolyzed Tara Tree Gum, Tara Tree Gum, Vegetable Glycerin, Lactic Acid, Benzyl Alcohol, Salicylic Acid, Sorbic Acid, Xanthan Gum, Corn-Derived Methyl Glucose Sesquistearate, Aromatic Vanilla Essence, Vitamin C Ester, Soy Lecithin, Sodium Benzoate, Potassium Sorbate, Biocomplex2™ [Acai*, Lemon*, Barbados Cherry*, Indian Gooseberry*, Baobab*, Camu Camu*, Carrot*, Coconut Water*, Goji Berry*, Tapioca Starch (from Cassava Root)*, Alpha Lipoic Acid and Coenzyme Q10].

Customer Reviews

Based on 15 reviews
40%
(6)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
13%
(2)
47%
(7)
C
Charity Cole
20% zinc oxide

I put this on and couldn't figure out why it was just laying on top of my skin. The zinc oxide increased from 6% to 20%. I hate it. If I wanted a stronger sun block, I would get some much cheaper sun screen when I'm going to be outside longer and need it. Amazon has the old formula. I'm headed that way now.

M
Maria Ceciline Nickols
Chalky. Does not rub in.

I am so disappointed with the SPF 40. It leaves a chalky residue that you cannot rub in. I loved the SPF 32 and that worked well with my skin. The SPF 40 version is not the same and I hope they go back to the 32.

L
Lesa Sump
VERY HEAVY

As the other comments - PLEASE go back to SPF 32. I received a sample of the 32 so went back to purchase the product because I loved it so much. I got it home and was very disappointed. It's extremely thick and does not blend in. Stays sticky and white on your face. I took it back thinking that they had sold me the wrong thing only to find that the product formula had been revised. The retailer would NOT accept a return (or exchange) and I inquired within 5 days of purchase! I'm will not nor can not use this product so I am hoping that I can get some resolution from the mfg.

J
Judy Clark
Bring back the SPF 32 formula

Didn't realize the formula had changed and is now only offered as SPF 40. Too thick to put on evenly and leaves a whitish cast. Much preferred the SPF 32 formula which I have been using for years. Will not buy this version again.

M
Marie

I wish I checked reviews before buying this. This should be pulled off shelves it is that bad. I actually couldn't blend it in enough I had to wipe so much off of my face. It is thick and chalky and very drying. How could it be classified as a moisturizer? It cost a lot too. What a waste of money. I wanted to love this line but I don't.