Review: Paula's Choice-DEFENSE Essential Glow Moisturizer w

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Get ready to glow, baby! Paula's Choice-DEFENSE Essential Glow Moisturizer with SPF 30 is here to save your skin. As someone who has dealt with acne breakouts for years, I was hesitant to try a new moisturizer. But let me tell you, this one did not disappoint.

First off, can we talk about the ingredients? This moisturizer is packed with Vitamin C & E, Niacinamide, Argan Oil & Resveratrol, and Anti-Pollution properties. It's like a skin superhero fighting off all the bad stuff that contributes to acne breakouts. And with SPF 30, you can protect your skin from UV damage too.

I also love that this moisturizer is noncomedogenic, which means it won't clog your pores. As someone with tiny bumps on my forehead (not pimples, mind you), this is a game-changer. Plus, it's great for all skin types, including those dealing with neonatal or fungal acne on the face.

But let's talk about the real reason you're here: the glow. This moisturizer gives you a natural, healthy glow that doesn't look greasy or oily. It's perfect for those who want to look dewy but not sweaty. And it's not just for your face - I've even used it on my back and neck to help with pimples in those areas.

Now, for the pro con list:

- Packed with amazing ingredients that fight off acne-causing culprits
- Noncomedogenic and great for all skin types
- Provides a natural, healthy glow without looking greasy or oily
- Can be used on other areas besides the face to help with pimples

- Only comes in a 0.5 oz size, which may not last long if you use it every day
- Some users may find it too expensive for the small size

In conclusion, if you're looking for a moisturizer that not only hydrates but also fights off acne and gives you a healthy glow, Paula's Choice-DEFENSE Essential Glow Moisturizer with SPF 30 is the way to go. As someone who loves popping pimples (don't judge me, it's oddly satisfying), this moisturizer has helped me reduce the number of pustule acne on my face. And for $12, it's definitely worth a try. I give it an 8.5 out of 10.

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