I was excited when Brandbacker gave me the opportunity to review another Oz Naturals product. I’ve tried some of their other products and I’ve been pretty pleased. As a lady in her 30’s, I often read I should be incorporating a product with Retinol into my routine, so I was excited to get in on this Brandbacker campaign.

When I received the Oz Naturals Super Youth Retinol Moisturizer, I noticed that some of the main ingredients are Vitamin C, Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin E, Vitamin B5 and Shea Butter, which are all great in the skincare game for various reasons.

But when I first used the moisturizer, I noticed how thick it was! It almost felt more like a body butter than a face cream. This makes sense due to the shea butter and Vitamin E ingredients which are super moisturizing but can sometimes be a thicker consistency. I used this on my face a few times but honestly, it felt a little too thick for me to feel super comfortable using on my face consistently. I’m just getting over a recent cystic acne situation and I’m doing my best to keep my skin happy. I’d be nervous to keep using a product with shea butter on my face! However, this could be a really nice product for very dry skin or more mature skin.

Can you see the thickness of the cream in this picture?

But while this wasn’t a great product for my face, I thought it could be great for my neck and décolleté. Am I the only one who forgets to moisturize my neck and chest area? I mean, I’ll use my body lotion all over, but since the neck is an area of the body that shows age the quickest, why don’t I treat it with products as good as I would use on my face? Here and now, I resolve to use the Oz Naturals Super Youth Retinol Moisturizer on my neck and chest! Hear that? I just made a resolution in March!

If you are interested in trying Super Youth Retinol Moisturizer for yourself, click this link to get it for $27.49 on Amazon with Prime shipping!

Press sample sent in exchange for an honest review. 

A self-proclaimed beauty junkie/hoarder with a serious Sephora problem. After years with Birchbox, she now has a subscription box problem as well. Her free time is a mixed combination of cats, TV, and finally trying to figure out how to do her hair.

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