Review: Now Solutions Green Tea & Pomegranate Day Cream

I tend to be very discerning when it comes to facial moisturizers. I have normal to oily skin, so I seek out lotions that are light and not too oily. I also prefer lotions that absorb quickly, so I can wear them under any type of makeup. One product that meets these requirements is Now Solutions' Green Tea & Pomegranate Day Cream.

Pros:
  • Light, fruity scent
  • Affordable
  • Absorbs quickly
  • Made with organic aloe vera leaf gel
  • Light enough to wear under makeup
Cons:
  • Will want to order online for best selection
Summary:
I love how this lotion hydrates while still feeling very light on the skin. It contains a couple of organic ingredients yet still comes in around $9. The Now product page has a handy store locator for specific products, which is a great feature. However, I only found one store that carried this product near me, and it wasn't very convenient, so I would probably order online for convenience. I was surprised to see that this product rates a 6 on EWG Skin Deep database. Taking a closer look, this is mainly because of Vitamin A and how the "natural pomegranate essence" is classified as a fragrance. The pomegranate essence doesn't seem to deserve that high of a rating, but it may just be one of the EWG's quirks. I suspect the rating, in actuality, should be closer to a 3 or a 4. If you're looking for a light lotion for normal to combination skin, this is a nice, affordable option.

Also available on Amazon.com.

UPDATE: According to a NOW representative, "The scent is a blend of natural eo's & is proprietary to our line." For reference, "eo's" refers to essential oils. Glad to hear it, NOW!

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Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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