September 17, 2019

Sunday Riley ICE Ceramide Moisturizing Cream Sounds Interesting Past Indiscretions And All!

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Sunday Riley ICE Ceramide Moisturizing Cream piqued my interest today. Have we moved past their indiscretions though? I guess I can give them one more good fighting chance!

This is a new moisturizer helps to strengthens the natural moisture barrier of your skin. Some of the top ingredients are Squalane and Glycerin as well as Lanolin. It also contains a host of ceramides but they are lower on the list. I’m still curious enough to try it because it seemed to be packed with some good ingredients!

It actually acts not only to moisturizer your skin but also to pull moisture into your skin which in turn plumps and smooths the surface of your skin. As we get nearer to Winter and the cold weather sets in my skin will likely start needing something like this. Honestly, I have dozens of moisturizers that work great for me already but as a skincare junkie I’m still ultra curious about this formula!

Sunday Riley ICE Ceramide Moisturizing Cream is $65 and available now.

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  • dia

    I don’t know if I would call it an indiscretion. I think pretty much every company in every industry leave fake reviews to prop themselves up and slam their competitors. It’s not right, it’s not ethical, but it’s the reality of social media today. The only difference is that SR got caught and owned up to it.

    • Isabella Muse

      I was being overly dramatic ;-D But I agree. There are a lot of fake reviews rolling around!

  • kjh

    Cosrx ceramide is exactly half the price, and more than good enough for me. Thanks for introducing me to my fave s/c company. SR does not bring enough value added. And I agree that every brand and retailer does it. From zero reviews on Monday to 63 on Tuesday? And a review by Carmen from Miranda? Who do they think they’re zoomin’?

  • Kish

    Those ingredients aren’t worth that price tag. I feel like all of their stuff is way overpriced for what it is. And that’s my review ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • Annie

    Dude, ceramides need to be in a particular ratio with fatty acids & cholesterols in order to keep the barrier sealing in moisture properly, according the research. Even without the whole fake review fiasco, until Sunday Riley can prove they got that ratio right, i’ll stick to my K-Beauty Atopalm Cream for ceramides, which was formulated to what was proven in the research, is even more emollient than Weleda Skin Food, and costs under $25 for 3oz