NIOD Superoxide Dismutase Saccharide Mist

Here’s a case of something working. And. I can’t stand the smell, so it’s unusable to me. Rusty, however, is experiencing fantastic results and does not smell like a rind of old cheese covered in beer. But I’m getting ahead of myself.

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Superoxide Dismutase Saccharide Mist

Look at that pretty color. Superoxide Dismutase Saccharide Mist certainly doesn’t look like it will smell terrible. And to be fair, it doesn’t really smell TERRIBLE. But. It smells very strongly. So, so strongly. Of cheese. And yeasty dirt.

It smells dirty. And like a dirty that has grown yeast. Is what I’m trying to say.

On me.

Rusty tried it, and I cannot smell it on him at all, nor can he smell himself (he said he couldn’t smell it on me either. But I could. I really, really could). I smelled it all day. Just whiffs. And I kept trying to use it because here’s the thing: It really works.

It is like magic. Expensive, expensive magic (although the bottle is huge and will last Rusty a long time). It’s hydrating and smoothing and soothing and takes away the red and just does ALL the good things. It balances the skin. Calms it and starts it off in a good place where, if you didn’t have super dry skin, you might not even need a moisturizer. It’s not greasy at all in texture. It’s like you’ve sprayed water on your face, and the water actually went into your skin to moisturize it.

And. I can’t use it because I can’t take the smell. It smells SO dirty on me. Like I rubbed parmesan cheese all over my face.

But now I’m sitting here wondering if I should just try to stand it.

I can’t. I just can’t.

But if you feel like you can take a smell like the smell I’ve described (OR take a gamble, because people say it doesn’t always smell strongly), I highly recommend for fantastic results.

 

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