I'm a complete YouTube junkie. Seriously. I am completely addicted. My poor fiance walks in the room and I'm permanently glued to my laptop, intensely watching tutorials, reviews, hauls, and more. I've got my favorites (all YouTube beauty junkies do), and occasionally several of them start professing the wonders of some wonder-product. A "holy grail" item, if you will. Sometimes I roll my eyes when I see the pricetag, and sometimes I take note and give it a shot. This time, paying attention actually paid off.
After hearing MakeupbyTiffanyD gush about this product (and a couple others, like xsparkage, etc.), I decided to give it a shot. An old friend loves Origins products, and I've always had pleasant experiences. This retails for $36, and can be purchased at any free-standing store or counter at department stores like Macy's. Although it's a little pricey when compared to your general drugstore brands like Aveeno and Cetaphil, you only use a tiny amount with each use and, in my opinion, the benefits justify the price.
My only advice on the VitaZing moisturizer is this: Wash your hands after you apply it, especially if you used a little too much and there's more left on your fingers. It does not resemble fake tanner and will not turn your hands orange, but if you wipe your hands on a towel, they can leave marks. (I hesitate calling them "stains", as I have had luck washing them out in the washing machine.)
Hope this helps anyone who was considering VitaZing but hesitant about the price, or if you are looking for a new moisturizer and aren't sure where to turn.