on 9/12/2018 11:00:00 PM
More reviews by JRRN
Lightweight and comfortable for combo/oily skin. I have been using it as a summertime moisturizer and it is perfect, but might not be enough for winter or for those with drier skin. The only thing I don't like is the packaging - I prefer something with a pump, and this is a jar with a lid.
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on 9/11/2018 9:22:00 PM
More reviews by MisstinaaR
They discontinue everything that I love and use daily. My beloved face wash has been discontinued and now I’m on the hunt AGAIN because my skin sucks and is so sensitive.This cleanser is great for removing light makeup as it removed all my powder foundation and mascara .. BUT- I am allergic to an ingredient in this and I think it’s the feverfew. I can’t use any of the first aid beauty products and I think it’s safe to say the feverfew extract messes me up- my skin was red after washing :/ I wish they had a line without this ingredient because this would be a great face wash otherwise
on 9/11/2018 8:32:00 AM
More reviews by Heidness
I received a deluxe sample, and after several uses ...Pros: This soaks in like like a dream on my normal-ish skin. It's not tacky and my face feels soft. Makeup applies well over it.It has a pleasant coconut scent, and I tend to hate scented skincare and cosmetics, but this at least didn't smell soapy or anything. The scent does linger, however.I like many of the ingredients, including the coconut water, licorice root extract, etc.Cons: Dimethicone is among the top five ingredients. I guess that's why it has that glide, in part, but for a brand that seems to tout itself as more natural... silicones?The coconut scent. Not everyone will like it. Especially because it lingers.The price: $34 for 1.7 oz/50 mL just seems steep.The jar packaging: Not ideal as it can quickly lead to contamination and the product losing efficacy.Would I buy it? At $34, no. But if there's some kind of Sephora Weekly Wow deal where this is offered for half-off, I may. But I really do have other creams I prefer that boast better ingredients, that come in a pump dispenser, and which cost much less money.
on 9/8/2018 11:27:00 PM
More reviews by AtienQQ
This is really hydrating without being oily, thick, and sticky; it is runny and gel-like, so absorbs nicely into the skin and makes it look plump and hydrated. It also layers nicely, and can serve as a primer. But, I dislike the smell; I usually don’t care if my products are scented, but this smells like coconut-flavored medicine. The smell is strong, and it lingers.
on 8/27/2018 10:36:00 PM
More reviews by lenalena22
Lovely as morning cleanse. It rinses clean with no drying feeling afterwards. Nice on sensitive/breakout prone skin with no irritation afterwards. Would not recommend as evening cleanser though as i felt it doesnt clean deeply enough as i would like. Had repurchased 3 times
on 8/26/2018 3:15:00 PM
More reviews by Clare46
Loving the way this product gently cleans my skin. Small amount lathers well.
on 8/26/2018 11:52:00 AM
I use it twice (sometimes thrice) a week. Pretty liking it so far. A nice gentle exfoliating product
on 8/25/2018 10:52:00 PM
More reviews by ddha
Ultra Repair Cream is okay - it's not great, but it's not the worst moisturizer I've tried either. I won't repurchase. I tried using this on my face and body. I hated it on my face. It didn't moisturize well and I didn't like how it felt. To use it up, I used the rest on my body. It does leave a nice gleam on the body. However, it also feels like you are covered in a somewhat slippery film. It also states that it is supposed to help dry, itchy skin. I didn't notice any improvement on that front. It just wasn't moisturizing enough (AmLactin has helped). In addition, the smell is awful. It smells off and musty. I could handle the smell for a great product, but I didn't get great results. For the price, I think there are better options for me.
on 8/22/2018 10:19:00 AM
More reviews by blacksheep6293
This is the second time I've purchases a tube of this. Is it because i adore the product? Well yes. Is it a neccessity and a lifesaver? No. This is a really simple and pleasanr product to me, and i think some members here are mistaking it for a moisturising PRIMER as opposed to a priming MOISTURISER. I basically use it in the morning, after toner, as a day moisturiser with benenfits. I often don't wear base makeup anymore to work or any time I'm not going out without a full face, so this is more for my no makeup or minimal makeup days. It has no coverage but seems to give my complexion some backlight and dewiness, and freshens up my look.Pros:* standard daily moisturiser that can double as a primer, though not being a siliconey product I'd suggest using it with a lighter coverage foundation or BB cream* non greasy*makes my skin look backlit and dewy* smells amazing- like a creamy coconut water smoothie* tube is convenient and easy to use* not too expensiveCons:* may not give desired effect for sole use as a primer (i haven't had a hugely noticeable difference in my makeup wear time with this* not super accessible * may be an issue if you aee sensitive to scents
on 8/19/2018 9:54:00 PM
More reviews by sprite26
I thought this would be similar to Glossier's Skin Tint, but the coverage is actually quite a bit heavier. Wears well, blends well. Cakes up a bit. Not horrible but not great either.I wouldn't buy it again.
on 8/17/2018 6:23:00 PM
More reviews by tigirlyly
I love the idea of a "sleeping mask". On nights I feel my skin could use a little TLC I put a thin layer on just prior bedtime. I love that this cream is fragrance free. Really seals in my prior skin care items and my skin is smooth and plump in the morning. Jar isn't the most hygienic, but I can get every last bit out of the jar. Doesn't break me out or aggravates my occasional eczema.
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on 8/16/2018 12:08:00 PM
More reviews by rainshine
These are good glycolic pads for sensitive skin. I tried the PTR ones and they left me with red irritated skin. This formula has no soothing agents though so I don't use it every day. The jar packaging is not a problem--I found the pads stay moist and if you turn it upside down it helps resaturate them. One off because it's pricey.
on 8/16/2018 10:42:00 AM
More reviews by VeruskaRai
There's not too many go to glycolic acid pads on the market. I like these because they seem to keep my face glowy. They're pretty mild and will help keep breakout at bay. Still experienced breakouts during use, but definitely less than without using them.
on 8/1/2018 5:50:00 AM
More reviews by Babsalot
out of more expensive/high end cleansers, this is my favorite. at $20 a bottle, it's more inexpensive than other cleansers of the same tier. it is gentle yet surprisingly effective at getting any dirt & makeup on your skin cleansed completely away. leaving me with just really clean healthy skin that feels and looks that way. it's a thicker white cream consistency that a small amount is plenty to lather face up. I read c/o a smell to the product but i haven't and still do not smell any scent to it. it rinses away easily and completely with no residue left on my skin. toner after and my cotton ball is always clean instead of catching any residual the cleanser didn't get off skin. its safe for sensitive skin, it's gentle for every day use, it doesn't dry the skin out and never irritates. it can be used by all skin types and i do really recommend this cleanser.
on 7/23/2018 11:59:00 PM
More reviews by nathaliez
I really enjoy this product , I massage it with my fingers and I rinse it with a wet sponge...it removes the makeup well, doesn't leave my face dry...now for the eye makeup I use another remover...but I don't mind..I like the pump, the texture, and the very soft smell..it rinses so easily, doesn't leave any residue on the skin..my skin doesn't react to it, so I recommend it for people with sensitive skin.
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