Mad Hippie Triple C Night Cream is filled with 19 synergistic actives! It delivers three bio-available Vitamin Cs along with multiple anti-aging superstars such as Reishi and Cloudberry. Unlike most Vitamin Cs, this creams potent anti-aging punch is delivered in a formula that offers extreme hydration. And it comes with an adorable little bamboo spoon to hygienically scoop out just the right amount for face and throat.
It is a rich, creamy and spreadable texture that dries down smooth and not sticky or tacky.
The smooth texture is tempting to slather, but it is a treating cream, so just a spoonful. It does not sting, but when I applied it, I could tell it was potent.
How to Use It
Apply the cream at night. I use this cream every other night, alternating off with the Mad Hippie Exfoliating Serum. This is potent enough that it should not be layered with other treating topicals.
What We Love
Three Vitamin Cs that work exceptionally well together. Combined with intense hydrating ingredients, this cream is a potent anti-aging remedy while leaving skin soft. Mad Hippie Triple C Night Cream contains Turmeric yet this cream does not stain skin, clothes or pillowcases.
This Triple C combo offers the best of the vitamin C spectrum of benefits: it brightens the skin, reduces discoloration, fine lines and wrinkles. I am impressed with the reduction of horizontal forehead lines.
And it feels SO luxurious!
Mad Hippie Triple C Night Cream is a combination of 19 actives. Let’s take a look.
ABOUT MAD HIPPIE
Mad Hippie makes skincare and beauty products. They believe in promoting not just aesthetic beauty but worldwide beauty in the local community and beyond. They give $1 of every online sale to conservation efforts.
♥ Mad Hippie is committed to the belief in a brighter, better tomorrow. ♥
Mad Hippie not only creates green cosmetics and skincare, but their entire production process is also geared toward a reduced carbon footprint.
In the case of the Mad Hippie Triple C Night Cream, the packaging is a sealed, simple glass jar and metal cap designed to minimize waste. The product is fully stabilized and oxidation is not a concern, therefore no extra layers or caps are necessary.
WHERE TO FIND IT
Find Mad Hippie Triple C Night Cream at MadHippie.com
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Mad Hippie Triple C Night Cream was submitted to Style Chicks for consideration purposes. All opinions and experiences are 100% our own.