07/15/2014 UPDATE: MasQuelier’s® Soléderm® is a cosmetic intended for use following sensible sun exposure to moisturize, hydrate and soothe the skin, and visibly reduce redness. We deeply apologize if our previous statements implied that this cosmetic product could be used as protection from the sun. It is NOT intended to replace your sunscreen. Our apologies to the fine folks at Bulu Box and MasQuelier’s.
Summertime has arrived in full force here in the South. Temperatures have been in the high 80s to low 90s for the past several days, and it is only going to get hotter. The pools are open, there are summer parties and picnics to attend, festivals to enjoy, beaches to explore. Know what else that means? Prolonged exposure to the sun, which means potential visible damage from UV rays, dehydration, redness, photoaging and loss of elasticity.
Even if you are an avid sunblock user (as you should be!), MasQuelier’s® Soléderm® has been specifically designed with an active ingredient clinically proven to help visibly reduce redness and soothe, moisturize and hydrate your skin. It is not intended to replace your sunscreen.
I love the way my skin feels after using it. The lotion goes on silky smooth, and I’ve noticed visible results with my skin. It is softer, and appears healthy and moisturized (even on the days when I haven’t been hydrating with water like I should).
I’ll let you in on another secret … this is going to be featured in an upcoming Bulu Box! If you are not already a Bulu Box fan, click here to sign up and then stay tuned for details on when the MasQuelier’s® Soléderm® After Sun Solution will be featured! If you cannot wait, you can purchase these little wonders right here.
Disclosure: I received a full-size MasQuelier’s Soléderm After Sun Solution Body Lotion and Facial Crème to review along with MasQuelier’s French Pine Bark. Life in a House of Testosterone received these products free of charge for purposes of this review. I received no compensation for this publication. All opinions are my own and may differ from your own or those stated in this post. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR Part 255, “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”