20 August 2015

..::Product Review::.. Dreamy Skin Cloud9 Blemish Control Moisturizer

My Review of Dreamy Skin Cloud9 Blemish Control Moisturizer

What is it exactly?

     From the website. . .
"Patent Pending Acne Breakthrough.  Cloud9  is based on the findings of world class doctors and scientists into the 4 known causes of acne   1) inhibit hormonal triggers, 2) kill acne causing bacteria, 3) stop excess oil and sebum, 4: refuel vitamin f deficiency.

Works without irritating fragrances, parabens, tea tree oil, sulfur, salicylic acid, willowbark, benzoyl peroxide.   Soothing for sensitive skin.

Contains 2 botanical extracts shown to kill acne causing bacteria better than benzoyl peroxide.  

Contains amazing botanical extracts that are clinically shown to: help skin heal scars, balance oily skin and excess sebum. Dissolve blackheads caused by thick sebum that clogs pores."


I was a sent a 1.0 fl oz bottle of the Cloud9 Blemish Control Moisturizer from Dreamy Skin to review.  

The price for this bottle is $20.99, and ships free with Amazon Prime.

Packaging & Presentation of Dreamy Skin Cloud9 Blemish Control Moisturizer

This moisturizer was sent to me in perfect condition.  There were no defects, and everything was intact.  The bottle is made of plastic and measures 4.0" tall x 1.0" at the base.  The product is applied by using a pump dispenser.  The bottle is white, and the label is white with blue, yellow, and black accents.  The moisturizer was shipped inside of a clear, zipped bag with an informational card.

The card is one-sided, and provides product details, usage information, list of ingredients, and contact information.

The bottle itself contains information, but it's not as detailed as the card.  The front of the bottle labels the product and sizing information.

The back of the bottle labels the brand, product details, and website information.

This product is dispensed by using a pump dispenser (it has a clear cap to cover it).

My Personal Experience with Dreamy Skin Cloud9 Blemish Control Moisturizer

I use moisturizer everyday and I use blemish cream.  Having both in one bottle is a first for me.  Since this is a new formula, I was very excited to check it out.

The cream itself is off-white in color.  It is a very soft, light cream.  Each pump gives you a bunch of the product, so be sure to go easy when you use it.  This product smells very strong-- like a blend between citrus and citronella.  It's an all-natural botanical moisturizer, so at least these are not artificially added fragrances.

It definitely absorbs easily into your skin without leaving any gross residue.  I suggest trying it on a little patch of skin and leave it for 24-hours to make sure the formula agrees with your skin type.

Pros of Dreamy Skin Cloud9 Blemish Control Moisturizer
  • Very easy to apply and absorbs quickly.
  • Great for everyday use.
  • Targets problem areas using all natural botanical ingredients.
Cons of Dreamy Skin Cloud9 Blemish Control Moisturizer
  • The fragrance is very strong.
  • There is very minimal information printed on the bottle.

        This is a very nice, light cream.  It's great for everyday use (even twice a day!).  I love how the bottle looks different, and the method of application is exquisite.  After using this for a period of time, I noticed that my face was pretty clear.  I usually used the Murad Acne Step 2, and this is definitely comparable.  Plus, it takes the place of having to use a separate moisturizer.  I definitely recommend checking this out!

        Are you wanting to try the Dreamy Skin Cloud9 Blemish Control Moisturizer, too?  Click the link below, and order away!  


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        DISCLAIMER:  I received the product mentioned above complimentary for review and testing purposes. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.  All opinions stated above are solely mine, and have not been influenced in any way.  I am disclosing this information in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255.

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