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Eadem Cloud Cushion Airy Brightening Moisturizer Review

Alice Lin Glover and Marie Kouadio Amouzame, the Melanin Muvas of skincare, have created a powerful duo for Women of Color in the skincare space since establishing this melanin-focused company in 2018. Eadem’s Cloud Cushion Airy Brightening Moisturizer lives up to the hyper that’s been surrounding the product as it has followed up to the initial debut with Milk Marvel, a dark spot serum featuring amber algae, Vitamin C, and niacinamide. With the abundance of ceramides, peptides, and snow mushroom, Cloud Cushion will serve as your barrier savior with its melano-compatible technology and fortifying 4-chain amino acid peptides. Deep hydration, quick absorption, and plush nourishment make this moisturizer a holy grail for sure. The sumptuous and pillowy texture leaves no residue and the sleek packaging design leaves a lasting impression.

*Everything is a chemical. And not all chemicals are out to get you. You can keep the chemicals and still serve your lewks with a healthy glow.

So here’s

The Breakdown:

Water/ Aqua for hydration

Glycerin for moisture maintenance

Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride for moisture maintenance

Glyceryl Stearate SE for thickened texture

Astrocaryum Vulgare Kernel Oil (Tucuma Oil) for skin conditioning

Cetearyl Alcohol for texture and thickness

Niacinamide for environmental protection

Orbignya Oleifera Seed Oil (Babassu Oil) for skin smoothening

Squalane for hydration

Methylpropanediol for dewy finish and hydration

Shorea Stenoptera Seed Butter (Illipe Butter) for skin conditioning

Nigella Sativa Seed Oil (Black Seed Oil) for anti-inflammation and cell integrity

Sodium Polyacrylate for thickening and skin conditioning

Dimethicone for skin protection

Avena Sativa (Oat) Bran Extract for environmental protection and skin soothing

Cetyl Alcohol for thickening and texture

Phenoxyethanol for preservation

Ceteareth-20 for consistency

Caprylyl Glycol for conditioning

Sodium Lauroyl Lactylate for thickening

Oryza Sativa (Rice) Bran Extract for skin softening and conditioning

Bisabolol for anti-inflammation

Citrus Aurantium Dulcis (Orange) Peel Extract for environmental protection

Betaine for moisture maintenance

Adenosine for anti-aging and skin restoration

Sodium Phytate for moisture and elasticity

Ceramide NP for moisture maintenance and cell integrity

Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Extract for skin conditioning

Ceramide AP for barrier maintenance

Phytosphingosine for barrier maintenance

Tremella Fuciformis Sporocarp Extract for skin moisture

Cholesterol for barrier strength and moisture maintenance

Tocopherol for environmental protection

Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Leaf Extract for environmental protection

Xanthan Gum for thickening

Carbomer for thickening

Ethylhexylglycerin for preservation

Tetrapeptide-30 for anti-inflammation

Potassium Sorbate for preservation

Zingiber Officinale (Ginger) Root Extract for thickening and environmental protection

Ceramide EOP for barrier and hydration maintenance

Skin Profile: Dry and sensitive skin (WOC)

What we like most about it: Light creamy texture, fragrance-free

What we would change? Maybe a low profile jar for the packaging but we’ll take it no matter how it comes.

Would we get it again? Absolutely!

Would it become a staple? Gon’ head and stop looking for moisturizers. This is it! Already the holy grail.

Fragrance level: None

Color: White

Consistency: Light-medium thickness

Does it rise to the promise? Sure does!

Is it worth the hype? No. It’s worth more

Does the price match the quality? With the packaging and consistency? No complaints here.

What about a dupe? You won’t need one.

Is this review sponsored? No.

Any tips? No specific tips besides this: keep up with your Fufu spoon.

Overall rating: 9/10

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