The Sorbet Salon Skin Night Recovery Cream was bought on a whim. I really needed one and only realised this when I scrapped the last bit left in the jar from The Body Shop Vitamin E night cream I’ve been using.
I bought the Sorbet Salon Skin Night Recovery Cream online with Clicks. This was also my first ever online purchase with Clicks, and I must say I don’t know why I didn’t do this sooner.
It beats having to stand in a crazy, long ass queue every time I go to Clicks in Century City.
Sorbet skincare professionals know that nothing treats skin like the delicate fusion between nature & science. Therapists recommend Salon Skin to help treat and restore the specific needs of your skin. Sorbet Salon Skin combines essential oils (Lavender, Geranium, Grapefruit & Tea Tree), advanced actives (Salicylic Acid) and highly concentrated vitamins (A, C & E). That delivers salon results that will leave your skin feeling renewed and restored.
The packaging is adorable, the size makes it perfect for traveling too. I’ve found that the consistency is quite thick, which I personally like. I have dry skin, that tends to get oilier around my t-zone after a few hours into the day. I always lean towards a hydrating cream and this one is definitely that. The scent is amazing, not too overpowering, but very pleasant – if that makes any sense. My skin feels nourished after I apply this. I’ve been using this Sorbet night cream with my Lamelle Serum, and this combo seems to be working really well for my skin.
I usually get dry patches a while after my cream has seeped through my skin. I have not had any of that happening. These retail for around R169,95 currently at Clicks, which is not bad for a good quality night cream, it’s definitely more affordable compared to other brands I’ve used.
If you looking for a more reasonably priced night cream. You definitely can’t go wrong the Sorbet Salon Skin Night Recovery Cream.