73% would repurchase
on 1/22/2018 12:25:00 PM
More reviews by AnnaGrace1994
Well i first tried this product after a filippino friend of mine suggested in for my acne,so the first thing i bought from the states was this cream. When i saw the price i thought that probably its going to be a worthless cream but all of a sudden it did the job quite well. It dissapeared my pimples and my acne and despite my skin is dry it hydrated it very much also i saw an improvement with my acne scars and some discolorated parts on my face. The scent is pleasant. One thing i didnt like about this cream was the packaging you have you wash your hands very well before you take the cream. I used the cream for one month. Now im using it rarely cos my face has not acne or any spots. Overall a good cream you should give a try
on 1/15/2018 8:18:00 PM
More reviews by Doodleses
Cold cream is the original beauty multitasker: an all-body and face moisturizer, and make-up remover. I believe it was DulceCandy (the YouTube beauty guru) that got me into trying the cream. Whenever I had cystic acne, I remember scouting for skincare tips, and I came across a 1950's simplified routine of cold cream, witch hazel toner, and soap. So, I threw everything out for a couple of weeks and used only this cream, the toner, and soap to wash off the excess -- and my skin slowly but surely cleared up! I like this more as a make-up remover -- I've never used it as a face moisturizer (though some people do). Pond's cold cream is a little greasy, but it really does cut through waterproof mascara. You have to do a bit of massaging into the skin and eyelids to lift the makeup out of your skin, and then wipe off with a tissue. That's it! Then follow up with soap and witch hazel toner. CVS and Equate brands also work just as well.
4 of 4 people found this helpful.
on 1/15/2018 7:05:00 AM
More reviews by janet1028
I've used all of the high-end products and popular brands: La Mer, Lauder, The Ordinary, the Sephora boutique brands.I know the good ingredients and I know my skin. I bought this (on sale) at CVS because my hands are just a mess with these temperatures and the need to wash frequently during flu season.So I used it on my face, too. And I love it. LOVE IT!Lactic acid is the number two ingredient along with borage oil, glycerin in a mineral oil/silicone base.Old school formula but it works for me.Yep it comes in a jar. Not a great delivery system. But it is a 20th of the price of La Mer.There is a lot of talk about mineral oil - but when my skin is super dry, it is the ONLY thing that works fast.
8 of 9 people found this helpful.
on 1/12/2018 11:44:00 PM
More reviews by darkangel13
This is a wonderful barrier cream with multiple uses that is easily accessible at a stupidly low price. It acts as a decent budget eye cream if you are in your 20s and don't need anti-aging products yet or simply don't want to blow $50+ on a tiny pot of fancy eye cream from the department store. I've been using this on my eyes for a week and have noticed my undereye area appears a little plumper and well... moisturized. I've also been using this as a sealant cream to lock in my face oils before bedtime and it's been working fine for that purpose as well. It is also a handy spot treatment cream for specified areas that are suffering from dryness and flakiness during the winter months like between the eyebrows and around the mouth/nose. I also use it on elbows, knees etc..I wouldn't necessarily slather this stuff all over my face on a daily basis because it's a little heavy and I can imagine it would clog pores. All being said it's a cult classic cream that comes in a large jar that costs $5. What's not to like?
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
on 12/24/2017 11:07:00 PM
More reviews by shimmersweetie
I bought the travel-sized version in Normal to Dry. This cream feels nice and hydrating on my sensitive, dehydrated yet oily, acne-prone skin. Especially during the winter months! It doesn't feel heavy greasy upon application, but I always wake up feeling disgustingly greasy and shiny the next morning. Thankfully, no breakouts from what I can tell. Next time, I'll check to see if they have a travel version of Normal to Oily. If all else fails, I wouldn't mind purchasing this one again, as it's a decent inexpensive standby for the winter months at least.
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