Skincare is important to me. I’ve been caring for my skin since I was a teenager. I’ve been removing my makeup daily and washing my face with skin cleaners. I’ve also been taking measures to protect my skin against sun damage, dryness and wrinkles by purchasing products that allow my skin to breathe.
I’ve tried several over the counter products, but they don’t work well with my sensitive skin. For the past 20 years I’ve been using department store facial beauty products. They are usually more expensive, but I have seen the best results from high-end products versus over the counter products.
I recently had the opportunity to test the Shinto Clinical by Kimora Lee Simmoms Smooth Answer skin care product. I was very impressed by the ease of use of their website and the detailed information provided on their product line. I was also very intrigued to see that the products were featured in several magazines. You can read more about my shopping experience here.
The Shinto Smooth Answer product is a moisture cream filled with anti-aging ingredients. According to the product description, the product gives your skin a smooth dewy appearance and instantly moisturizes, hydrates and nourishes the skin. The product has been clinically proven to bind moisture directly to the skin to provide a firming and tightening feeling to the skin.
I removed my makeup and applied the product as soon as the package arrived and immediately felt the results. Smooth Answers hydrated my skin and made it feel soft. It also has a wonderful light fragrance. I tested the product day and night and it made my face feel refreshed and hydrated.
After testing the product, I would recommend this product. Shinto Smooth Answers is the first product I’ve tested that makes my skin feel soft instantly. Every time I use the product I felt like I was getting a facial at a resort. It also gave me a little bit of a glow. Question: Is skincare important to you? How has your skincare evolved from teenage years to today?
This shop has been compensated as part of a social shopper insights study for Collective Bias. All opinions are my own.