Cloudberry in skincare – Lumene Valo Glow reviews

Written by Jenny Wu
Jenny Wu

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  1. I have not tried this line from Lumene, but I have used their products some years ago and liked them. My sister used to live in Sweden so I am used to eating a lot of common berries from the Scandinavia areas, now I want to try this a couple items from this range. Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  2. Oh the hydra oil is gorgeous and looks like an awesome combination of ingredients. I’ll definitely look out for this. Thanks for the review!

  3. I am seeing this brand everywhere recently and I really like the packaging too. They are aesthetically pleasing and judging by your review, they are pretty good and I also love the budget friendly price. If there is one thing that I am most interested to try, it would be the Hydra Oil!

  4. Naya says:

    Wonderful review here Jenny! It is nice to finally see Lumene in North America. As someone, who grew up in European/Russian culture, we are no strangers to Lumene or cloudberry (fun fact: my mom used to make her own cloudberry jams!). As you’ve mentioned it is a wonderful source of Vitamin C and has been used/loved in Scandinavian and other surrounding countries for generations now. P.S. your cat is absolutely adorable! xx

  5. Oh I love the little cameo by Cooper in this post Jenny ;) I actually haven’t hear of cloudberry before and when I was reading your description of it I couldn’t help but wonder what does it taste like LOL. The antioxidant benefits of this range sound appealing and it’s certainly affordable. The hydra-oil caught my eye because it looks so pretty. Good to know that it worked well for you. The texture sounds lovely. I’ll have to see if I can check these out in person the next time I’m in Target or CVS.

    • Jenny says:

      Thank you! For once he was sitting nicely in the background instead of sniffing all my products, haha. I’m curious about the taste of cloudberry as well but I imagine them to be similar to raspberries! They’re also used in pies, so they can’t taste that bad!

  6. I have actually used Cloudberry before, in a neck cream and mask I tried for an online shop shortly after my son was born. And while I tend to roll my eyes at the ongoing and new claims every day, I do appreciate a good antioxidant.

    Anne – Linda, Libra, Loca

    • Jenny says:

      I know what you mean, it’s kind of annoying when brands hype up new ingredients when often times there’s very little research to back them up

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