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An Indian takeaway in a moisturiser? That was my first impression whilst reading the back of the tube. Bai ji turned out to be some kind of healing plant, not associated with onions in any way, but I'm really no clearer as to what it actually is as I've never heard of it before. Oh well. This really is a moisturiser to suit most skin types - it's soothing, so good for people with sensitive or inflamed skin, and has ingredients to soothe away razor burns, so would be great for men. It also has sun protection (still important, in lesser strengths, in the autumn and winter. Even though the sun doesn't feel blazing hot, it can still damage your skin). It absorbs into your skin as soon as you rub it in, so would make an ideal makeup base - it leaves skin smooth but not greasy. I'm really getting to like the Molton Brown range, it's a little more expensive than I would normally buy, but you only have to use a tiny amount so whatever you get will probably last you longer than a cheaper brand.
I just love this stuff I have to come clean. I was given a bottle once and it is the only skin product I would pay my own money for. It is, as the name suggests, very light and it soaks straight in. you don't get that basting up with goose fat for a cross channel swim feel as with other creams. I think it has something in it to counteract shaving rash. I can't realy testify to this as i don't suffer myself. maybe it's just a spin to make men feel more comfotable about using it. The other thing I like about this product is the bottle. It is opaque and with a matt finish. Very cool on the old shelf
Formula for men to cool, calm and protect against environmental stress / Chinese Violet Orchid to hydrate and help heal shaving nicks / Vitamin E to combats early ageing /