Steamcream is a moisturiser that can be used on your face, hands and other areas. I just use this on my face but I do tend to rub in what ever is left on my hands after application too. The texture and consistency is smooth and almost gel like. I have tried to hold this upside down but its too runny for that, but I wouldn't say it's a liquid. It has a lovely scent which is hard to describe but trust me its really nice and fresh! Ive been using this as my morning mosituriser. I cleanse and then apply this, allow it to soak in and then apply some prep products before my make up. Steamcream boasts that it is a good base for make up and it certainly is. It moisturises but seems to leave a matte finish too, something that is hydrated but not slippy so you can achieve a matte or a dewy look with your foundation. I would say that on the skin it can be a little thin and I wouldn't personally use this as a night cream but thats up to you and how much moisture you want over night. A little goes a long way. I've been using this a lot, in between trying other products, and I'd say there is two thirds left after about two months of use (at least six weeks anyway). I also rather like the packaging. The tin is nice, a great one to pop in your over night bag, and the blue design is nice for spring. I know theres a whole range of designs and names but this one seems appropriate for the time of year I started and will continue to use it for. The lady on the lid is Wendy Rowe, a make-up artist who says:
“STEAMCREAM has been among my personal products for a while; I love the light texture of the cream on my skin. It’s such a versatile product that suits all skin types.”
Over all a top product and at £14 a pop, good value over your standard drug store buys.
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