77% would repurchase
on 9/24/2018 11:34:00 PM
More reviews by kennyjo04
I have combination skin, which means its hard to find a moisturizer that helps the dry patches but doesn't make the oily parts even worse. Many other moisturizers I've tried that did that, caused me to have cystic acne. This, however, did not. I put it on at night and my skin was super soft in the morning and stays that way all day. It's kind of hard to find, but its worth the search. It also smells very good but doesn't have a strong perfume scent. It got rid of most of my discoloration and rough patches after just two weeks. Would recommend to anyone.
on 7/22/2018 5:49:00 PM
More reviews by heartsinwonderland
If you love It’s a 10, but don’t want to spend that much, this is exactly what you are looking for. It’s not as smooth, nicely fragranced, or as silky in application, but the results are the same. I have found leave-in conditioners like these as a secret weapon to keeping hair healthy. I find them as necessary as shampoo and conditioner. Sally’s, both Heavenly 7, Ion, and other brands at the store, have several “dupes” of It’s a 10 too. Many are often on special, and are sometimes cheaper. But I know Sally’s isn’t as easily available as this probably is. My only complaints are I wish it was a few dollars cheaper, and that the packaging was better and more appealing. But, considering how much you save for the results, I highly recommend. Overall: A-
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on 7/21/2018 4:15:00 PM
More reviews by Jlhenderson
This generic version of Noxzema has been described as more similar to the olden-day Noxzema than the reformulated Noxzema that you see now. That may be the case, but having used both the generic version and the name brand version, I still do prefer the name brand version. The Equate brand works perfectly well, and in many respects is very similar in smell, texture, and ingredients (except for the addition of phenol, which Noxzema cut out), but for whatever reason, my skin is more clear and less acne-prone when using the original Noxzema. I don't know why that is, and usually I find generics to be on par with the name brands, but in this case, I'll spend the extra dollar on Noxzema.
on 6/28/2018 12:33:00 PM
More reviews by gerlygerl
Can’t believe there aren’t more reviews for this. The CeraVe knockoff does everything the brand name does plus it’s cheaper - moisturizes, doesn’t feel heavy, doesn’t clog my finicky skin. I switched to Aveeno to see if the grass is greener over there, but my skin started peeling again (Retin A effects). In fact, I like this better than the original. Definitely worth a try if you like the brand name version.
on 6/25/2018 8:05:00 PM
More reviews by marinageorge21
Bought this at Walmart while I was travelling, I ran out of my Vanicream Gentle Cleanser. First, I have normal/oily skin and live in a warm, humid environment. My skin is not sensitive. I love this cleanser! This does not leave any residue on my face (it washes off cleanly) it removes all my makeup, and my skin feels soft afterwards. 12 oz for $5.32 is a really good deal. I see this becoming an HG for me. IMHO for the price I think this facial cleanser is worth a try for everyone.
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