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Review: PHYT’S Creme Capyl

PHYT'S Creme Capyl

Continuing on from my previous post, PHYT’S Creme Capyl is part of PHYT’S most unique product range known as the homeopathic range of treatment creams. The range has 5 different creams targeting a specific skincare concern:

Creme C – hormonal breakouts
Creme S – breakouts and oiliness
Creme F – dull, lifeless skin
Creme P – dehydration and eye puffiness
Creme Capyl – sensitivity and redness

Packaging

PHYT'S Creme Capyl

Like the Creme C307, it comes in a clean white squeeze tube. It has a tiny hole when the lid is twisted off which dispenses a small amount of product.

Product

Creme Capyl, per the press release, contains products such as centella asiatica (which has anti-inflammatory properties), red wine (helps with the anti-aging process apparently), horse chestnut (promotes circulation and even tone in the vein walls as well as reducing inflammation) and other herbs to help it treat sensitivity and redness in the skin.

I opted for this cream as I do have some slight redness on my cheeks and hoped that this would help mute the redness.

I use this underneath the Creme C307 and with the two, my redness does fade a little. They don’t completely disappear but you’d have to look really closely to see the redness. It does what it is supposed to.

Like the Creme C307, Creme Capyl does have a slight botanical scent that fades once applied. It also has a slightly thick consistency so when it’s cold, it’s a bit hard to spread but no biggie.

Ingredients

PHYT'S Creme Capyl - Ingredients

Purchase

Each tube contains 40g and each retail for $71AUD. Slightly expensive but obviously, it if does what it’s supposed to, I am happy to hand over the cash.

For your closest PHYT’S stockist, check here or you can purchase online from PHYT’S website.

The product/s mentioned in this post were provided by PR for consideration. Beauty Snippets’ opinion remains 100% unbiased and honest. Please refer to Beauty Snippets’ disclosure/PR policies page for further information.

Review: PHYT’S Creme C307

PHYT'S Creme C307

A bit of background information on my skin – I have relatively good skin on most days. I do get the odd hormonal breakout. I have dry areas around the naso-labial folds, oily t-zone and normal everywhere else.

Packaging

The packaging isn’t anything to write home about. It comes in the squeeze tube and has a tiny opening allowing control over the amount of product that is dispensed.

PHYT'S Creme C307

Product

Creme C307 is

a light hydrating day cream for oily skins. Mattifying, balancing, anti-shine. Excellent make-up base.

The texture is more solid than a cream/liquid so sometimes I do have a bit of trouble spreading the cream on my face in the cold mornings.

It has a slight botanical/floral smell that doesn’t really stay around after application.

Does it work? Yes. When I apply this day cream before applying my makeup for the day, there is reduced shine on my t-zone. It doesn’t dry me out and keeps my skin hydrated all day long.

Ingredients

PHYT'S Creme C307 - Ingredients

Purchase

There are a total of 5 different creams for various skincare concerns, you can purchase them from your closest stockist, (check here) or from PHYT’S website. All come in 40g tubes with prices varying from $58AUD – $78AUD.

Creme C307 is $58AUD.

The product/s mentioned in this post were provided by PR for consideration. Beauty Snippets’ opinion remains 100% unbiased and honest. Please refer to Beauty Snippets’ disclosure/PR policies page for further information.