Cloud Vitamin A Cream - Review

Jenny Lutes

The sun has been shining almost every day in this beautiful city and with the hot rays I want to protect my facial skin. I have been using Cloud Vitamin A lotion every morning as a part of my skin care. One pump of the tube gives enough coverage for my face, and I like that there is only the scent of lotion (glaxal cream base), and no perfumes. 

Canadian dermatologist Dr. Gordon Telford, created Cloud creams because he saw many patients with potentially preventable skin cancers and sun damage. Dr. Telford used his 35 years of experience to create Cloud - developed to harness the preventative and healing properties of naturally occurring vitamins. 

Cloud Vitamin A spreads across the skin easily, and it's not thin or oily as other face lotions can be; I find it to give good skin coverage as a sun lotion should. My skin feels just as it would feel after applying any good quality sun lotion. (If anyone has used glaxal cream then you know what I mean about the thicker texture and scent.)

Cloud Vitamin A details:

* No preservatives, parabens or fragrances; cruelty free
* Prevents and reverses signs of aging, Skin cancer prevention
* Retinyl Palmitate blocks 93% of sun's harmful rays 
* Doesn't wash off
* Skin protection from pollution
* $48 CAD for 30ml

* The active ingredient, retinyl palmitate, is a naturally occurring form of vitamin A that is sometimes called nature's sun protection.
* Cloud Vitamin A is... proven to reverse existing damage and signs of aging by stimulating the natural production of collagen within six months of regular use.

Donations: 5% of Cloud sales are donated to Water Works, a charity committed to assisting communities gain access to safe drinking water and hygienic sanitation facilities. 

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I received a 30ml tube of Cloud Vitamin A to use for my review. All opinions and reviews expressed are my own.

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