I know I've been sporadic on the blog for the past few years now. Not apologizing without daily routines and life in general has been very chaotic and there is a serious lack of discipline. Hopefully it settles down this time. Anyway, when I talked about today's product I came on Organic Riot less than a month back and they have been kind enough to send out their products. So let me talk about Organic Riot Spotlight Cream first.
Organic Riot Spotlight Cream – Special care for elbows, hands and knees
Price: 1 120 kr for 50 g
Availability: Online site
Organic Riot Spotlight Cream Ingredients
As you can see, it has both mango and coconut butter with coconut oil which makes it extremely rich. I love its ingredient list and if you want to know what each ingredient is specifically used for, visit their website at the link above. They have a very detailed information about each ingredient and how it helps our skin.
First things first. I really like theirs aesthetics. Their other serum called Dazzle also comes in the same look but in red. Organic Riot Spotlight Cream is available in a tube with a flip flop that is easy to carry. The cream is brown in color and smells of vanilla bean which I absolutely love. The texture of the cream is medium thick and spreads easily.
The highlight of Organic Riot Spotlight is that it is a treat for skin that becomes extremely dry, does not clean easily and thickens with time like our elbows and knees, especially. This was the main reason I tested this cream. My elbows are darker and no matter what body butter I use, nothing seems to help smooth the area.
So how did Organic Riot help spotlight cream? But yes! Given that the amount is only 50 grams, I tested this cream on my elbows and hands. It definitely is smoothed out my elbow skin and it is more humid now and the area is relatively less rough. Repeated application of this cream has helped keep my elbows smoother even on days when I would not apply it. For those interested, my elbows have not eased yet.
But my hands are completely different. The skin near my fingers has started to crack badly for a few years now as I start dusting or washing utensils and the cracks would not disappear for months even after continuous moisturizing and other treatments. Organic rebellion spotlight keeps my hands well moisturized although it made no difference to the cracks. I think it requires more specialized treatment.
Also read: Home remedies for dark elbows and knees
One thing I must mention here is that this product is definitely easy to carry but is not travel friendly. No, the tube or flip top does not leak without the product melts at high temperatures. So I stored the tube in the fridge. Keeping it in my drawer also made it a little flowing and I liked the feeling of cool cream in the warm weather. I don't think it's a problem, just a minor inconvenience that disappears in colder areas and climates.
When I apply it, my hands smell of vanilla, but the scent is not strong. I like it. I like to keep applying it especially when working on the laptop because constant type wipes my hands. Yes, it is an expensive product considering that it would last you a maximum of one month. The do what it says so that's good. Overall, I enjoyed using the organic riot spotlight cream.
Do you also suffer from dry hands or dark and thick elbows?
What are you doing? Which product works for you? Do you have any recommendations for my broken hands? Share your tips and tricks in the comment section below on how to keep your elbows and knees moist and soft.
See you! Bye. Hasta Luego.