Human Nature Day Moisturizer Review

Human Nature Day Moisturizer 2020 Review

Hydration for our skin should be prioritized since dryness can lead to acne and other skin issues. Knowing this, I tried the Human Nature Day Moisturizer to add hydration to my skin care routine.

I focus on three things: application, price, and ingredients. This review can give you somewhat of a gauge on whether or not you should try it yourself!

Applying it to my face

As per the instruction on the bottle’s label, 1-2 pumps come out to a coin-sized amount of cream. I always spread it outward since it can stay in one place and can be noticeable if done hastily. You’ll know it’s properly applied when it doesn’t leave a slippery feeling.

Speaking of slippery, I am a naturally sweaty person and the moisturizer has a watery texture when in contact with sweat. I would say this is my only gripe when using it. Otherwise, it feels great and the scent is not that strong for me.

Human Nature Day Moisturizer Price

You can find the usual 50 ml bottle at Watsons and in grocery stores. If that’s too small, a 100 ml variant is available at the official Human Nature website. Price per unit for both sizes are shown below:

  • 100 ml – ₱ 299.75 / ₱2.99 per ml
  • 50 ml – ₱ 174.75 / ₱3.49 per ml

Based on the price per unit, there’s more value for your money with the 100 ml size.

Human Nature Day Moisturizer Ingredients

Below is the list of ingredients for Human Nature Day Moisturizer:

  • Aqua (Water)
  • Dicaprylyl Ether (Vegetable Derived)
  • Betaine (Sugar Beet-Derived)
  • Glyceryl Stearate (Vegetable-Derived)
  • Sodium Lactate (Sugarcane-Derived)
  • Sodium Gluconate (Sugarcane-Derived)
  • Stearyl Alcohol 
  • Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Seed Oil
  • Olus (Vegetable) Oil 
  • Rosa Canina (Rosehip) Fruit Oil
  • Hydrolyzed Corn Starch 
  • Beta Vulgaris (Beet) Root Extract 
  • Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Leaf Juice 
  • Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil
  • Glycerin (Vegetable-Derived)
  • Tapioca Starch
  • Xanthan Gum
  • Fragrance (All-Natural)
  • Tocopherol (Vitamin E)

As always, remember to check if the ingredients are safe for your skin and do a patch test in a small area. While skin care products might work for many, there might be instances where it might irritate some people.

Human Nature Day Moisturizer – Is it worth it?

I would say yes! But, I’ve read online reviews from people experience breakouts, so your mileage may vary.

My usage lasted as long as 6 months, and in that time, my oil face was moisturized and fresh every day I used it. However, I wasn’t always strict in my routine. Consistent use would probably last you 4 months, give or take.

Pros

  • Moisturized face for up to 8 hours
  • Effective on oily skin

Cons

  • Scent — the fragrance might be too overwhelming for some!
  • Leaves a slippery film when in contact with sweat
  • Might irritate depending on skin type
  • A little pricey for a moisturizer

This moisturizer works well in hydrating skin and preventing it from drying out for at least 8 hours.

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