Review: Pomega5 Green Tea Mattifying Moisturizer

There are many great moisturizers for normal to dry skin, yet I've found fewer suitable to normal to oily skin.  It has to have just the right amount of hydration so the skin is left moisturized but not greasy.  Fortunately, Pomega5 makes a very effective moisturizer for normal to oily skin: the Green Tea Mattifying Moisturizer.

Pros:
  • Great level of moisture
  • A little goes a long way
  • Light, pleasant lemon fragrance
  • Left skin soft and smooth
  • Many great ingredients
Cons:
  • Luxury price point
Summary:
The Green Tea Mattifying Moisturizer is an excellent product with a pleasing fragrance.  Although it costs $58 a bottle, a dime-size amount is more than enough to cover the face.  It could be a fun gift for a friend who loves luxury skincare.  My only suggestions for improvement would be to package it in a way that's easier to recycle and perhaps offer a $30 version.  However, those who want to try it will find a sample size in the Pomega5 trial kit ($19.50), a budget-friendly gift.

Also available on Amazon.com.


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