*Disclosure* Product mentioned was provided for review. All opinions are 100% honest and my own, like always!
Hey guys! A couple months ago I was contacted by a brand called Chuda, and was asked to try out their new Healing Hydrating Cream. Since my skin was freaking out and didn't know whether it wanted to be oily or dry, I decided to give it a go.
Here is some info on the moisturizer, from the Chuda website:
A first-ever formula rooted in the centuries-old, skin-healing Remedea Compound™
and boosted by the most scientifically advanced, medical grade actives,
Chuda™ Healing Hydrating Cream deeply hydrates and rapidly heals dry,
damaged and compromised skin.
Chuda’s fast-acting, highly concentrated formula works two ways: Upon
application, an invisible healing dome blankets the skin’s surface,
creating the perfect environment for skin to properly hydrate and heal.
Simultaneously, skin receives a highly active, concentrated cocktail of
the ideal nutrients needed to help stimulate repair. In time, skin is
restored to its healthiest state—smooth, soft, supple, hydrated and
Some of the active ingredients are:
- Cross Linked Sodium Hyaluronate: This attracts and binds up to 5,000 times its weight in water, which is five times greater than traditional Hyaluronic Acid
- Dromecius Oil: This delivers a high concentration of essential fatty acids without the typical irritation of plant-based sources
- Allantoin: This supports wound healing by stimulating the growth of healthy new tissue
- Palmitoyl Tripeptide: This penetrates the skin more effectively and stimulates a more rapid rebuild of collagen
- Vitamins: This has stabilized forms of vitamins B, C and D to provide maximum antioxidant protection and promote skin repair and renewal
This is probably one of the most thick and hydrating face creams I've ever tried! It's this off-white, creamy moisturizer that truly is very thick and can take quite a bit of work to blend into the skin. I was willing to work with it though, because my skin was in bad shape. I've only been using this at night, as it is very greasy feeling and just too much for daytime use. If you have the driest of dry skin, you can definitely use this during the day and be fine.
Since I've been using this cream, I have noticed my skin feels and looks alot more hydrated, and during the day, it's more balanced. I have been breaking out lately, but I blame that on the weather. Seriously though, it's gone from really nice warm weather to snow right now. It's nuts, and it's making my skin crazy.
Anyway, since I don't have wrinkles, I can't say whether or not this cream will help with them. Their website has a bunch of before and after pictures of the results people have had, and they are quite remarkable.
I hate to say how much this cream is, but for the full 1.7 ounce size, it's going to cost you $150. Yes, $150! That's crazy to me, and as of now, it's the most expensive skincare product I've gotten to try, or even bought myself.
The science behind this product seems very promising, and I have yet to have a negative reaction to this. The owner behind the company seems incredible too with everything she's achieved in her career and how she came out with this product. Again, you can check out the website and see everything that has to do with this cream.
Would you try this moisturizer? What do you think of it?