I really like the Hyaluron filler range, as my skin is very dehydrated. The creams are not at all heavy, so they are probably not ideal for dry skin. At night, I layer the cream over my Clarins Blue Orchid oil - makes my skin look plump and moisturized, but not oily.
I got this as a freebie, and the one I have is the "Light day cream" with SPF 15. Sadly, it has broken me out AND left me with dry patches. I've used it for three days now and I initially liked several things about it: the packaging, the great pump, the texture and feel of the lotion, the subtle glow it left me with, and the fact that it has SPF - which isn't that common here in Sweden. Not in drugstores, at least. But today, after three days of use, I noticed I have several pimples and whiteheads in my T-zone + the skin around my lips as well as the laugh lines (where I wanted the filler to fill in!) are super patchy, dry and flakey. Too bad, I really wanted to like this :(
This is the second product in the range that I've tried, having had a go with the day cream version of the Hyaluron-Filler moisturiser. That made my skin break out and I'm afraid the night cream was no different.
The consistency is quite thick and I used small amounts on my combination skin. I can usually get away with richer night creams but after a week of using this, I had a close-up look at my skin and noticed those small raised bumps again. It caused a bit of congestion which means that I'm now sat here desperately trying to clear it all up as soon as I can!
I'll be using the rest of it on my legs. It might be fine for those with quite dry skin but it was too much for mine. It wasn't cheap either - I'd say mid-range. The fragrance was the usual Eucerin vaguely-medicinal aroma...not overly attractive!
I didn't use it for long enough to notice any effects on my fine lines.
I have been using this for about 10 days and have noticed a little improvement in slightly wrinkled areas around my eyes and over and around my mouth. It is NOT a miracle worker. No creme is going to get rid of wrinkles. I DO, however, think this has made a bit of a difference. The smell is fine, no prob at all. Thick and luscious consistency and a pleasure to use.
Review of Eucerin Hyaluron Filler NIGHT:
I was totally in love with that cream for the first 3 nights. Seemed like it really did plump up my skin for a while. Then it all quickly fizzled -- no more plumping up effect on my eye wrinkles -- and all I found was that it was too thick and greasy for me, even for night use. Very strange.
I gave it to my mom, who lives in a drier climate, and she likes it.
Main ingredients: glycerin, shea butter and hyaluronic acid.
Love this cream. Ran out a little while ago and used another cream from the Eucerin range. My skin was not happy and became red, sore and sensitive something I never felt when using this cream. So just purchased another pot it was like finding an oasis in the sand immediately my skin felt hydrated, less sore and red.
I am on my 3rd pot of this moisturizer and I find it brilliant. With very dehydrated skin it continually moisturises so much so that I can do without foundation and still look fresh. It is non pore clogging and is far superior to more expensive lines (Elizabeth Arden, Chanel, Clarins, Shiesedo etc.). I guess it does not spend so much money on advertising and is therfore seen as an inferior product, but I really think it is almost a medicinal product which is actually far more beneficial to problem dehydrated skin than the perfumed products of the so-called luxury brands. Definitely worth it!
I love this product. I've had it for ages and each time I use it I think I MUST sing its praises on MUA.
It's a delight to use. The smell is light and lovely, the texture is soft and creamy and perfect for my normal to dry skin. And it does make the perfect, plumping base for makeup, especially when my skin is feeling a little drier and haggard than usual. It really peps it up, due to the hyaluronic acid. My skin does tend to be dehydrated more than 'dry' so
this is really a great product. Did I say I love the scent? (and this from a person who usually hates unnecessarily scented products)!
What can I say? Apart from just wow!
I have wrinkles around the sides of my eyes and just starting to appear in other areas of my face. I also have very sensitive skin on my upper cheeks. Within seconds of applying some creams my skin would feel like I had a tight face pack on and would be so sore. It would then take days to calm back down.
I'd almost given up on finding an anti-wrinkle cream that I wouldn't react to. Resigned to just making my skin feel comfortable and not red. I've used high end products for years - Lancome, Clarins etc and all OK on the rest of my face but always made my cheeks red and sore. I can even go near cheap brands - Olay made me look like I'd had a facial peel for 2 weeks.
Then this one. It is for sensitive skin and wrinkles and it does what it says on the tin. My skin hasn't been red and doesn't feel sore at all. My wrinkles are plumped out and my skin looks fresher and more youthful. This is the first face cream I've ever used where I've actually noticed a difference to the texture and tone of it.
The cream has a slightly fun consistency. I feel like I should give it stir before I apply it. It looks like it should be thick but when you apply it it is actually quite thin. It's moisturising and soaks in well and my skin doesn't feel tight.
I would say if you are over 35 with sensitive skin and have given up hope on finding an antiwrinkle cream - then give this one a go!
I use both day and night cream. They are so moisturaizing! They are not so suitable for oily skin, because they are a bit unctuous.
The smell is excelent, not to heavy...i think that even the smell is creamy ;)