December 5, 2019

Glow Recipe Banana Soufflé Moisture Cream Ironically Contains More Coconut Than Banana

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Glow Recipe Banana Souffle Moisture Cream ($39) arrives today at and strangely enough or perhaps ironically it contains more coconut than banana. I mean the first several ingreidents are water, glycerine, coconut alkanes derived from coconut oil, squalane, Propanediol,Pentylene Glycol, Butylene Glycol, Cetearyl Alcohol, Jojoba Seed Oil….I promise banana is in here somewhere….!

My theory is that fruit sells. Like, for some reason fruit is sort of cute and when it comes in your skincare or your makeup! Watermelon, peaches, it’s all rather kawaii. Anyway, fruit sells and Glow Recipe is totally onto that. That’s why they keep pushing out these watermelon and banana skincare treats.

The new Banana Souffle Moisture Cream is their first big launch for the upcoming Spring 2020 season. It’s a lightweight moisturizer created for all skin types but seems like it would be best suited for those with sensitive skin since it lightly hydrated but also calms and soothes sensitive, drier skin.

I actually really do like Glow Recipe but at the moment I don’t think this is what my skin needs. Perhaps as we head deeper into to Winter when the cold weather makes my skin burn a bit!

Glow Recipe Banana Souffle Moisture Cream is available now.

What do you think of this new moisturizer?

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  • kjh

    Or avocado. You are spot on about the ‘clean’ fruit or vegetable: totally kawaii AND good for the ‘gram. Doesn’t sway me, as I’m not interested in that type of a formula, but sometimes you can’t just gloss over it without thinking ‘They are manipulating us and they know that we know.’ Kind of sounds like rd Laing. I had a tiny watermelon sleeping; nice enough, but not worth repurchase.

    • Isabella Muse

      oh my god so good for the gram! It just makes everything look so pretty and appealing lol! Sometimes the shame is in the fact they are manipulating me and I let them lol!

  • Kimmwc03

    I wanted to try it until I saw coconut oil listed in the ingredients. I know coconut makes a lot of people break out and Kopari products can irritate me at times. So, I may have to skip this.

    • Christina

      Same here! Coconut oil definitely does not agree with my skin. Coconut alkanes and coconut oil are the same time, at least in how my skin reacts.

      I’m not into this fruit trend. Doesn’t sway me one bit.

  • kimkats

    how wrong is it that I want it just for the jar?? Glow has the most adorable containers…. And I’ve become a fool for nice containers anymore….:) I may have to get this!!