I love this cream. It's great for sensitive skin like mine and it helps to sooth my inflamed skin when i'm out in the skin. It's cooling and refreshing and I love the smell.
This cream is very rich and it takes some time to sink in but it can soothe eczema. I only use it when eczema starts to flare up. it adds moisture to the skin and can prevent my eczema from further development.
For someone who has severely chapped lips, this product is a god send. I apply it at night and it keeps my lips moisturized and silk for the next day. It is a thicker sticky consistency so wearing it during the day is an option but it's not for everybody. It is a little expensive, but I think it is worth it because no other chapstick/balm works for me.
Yucks. Break me out.
You are officially banished to hell.
I have rosacea and eczema on my face, it helps to soften dry hard skin when i'm on medication on oral steroid for my face eczema where the facial skin to dry and flaky but free of bumps. However when my medication wears off, the cold cream isn't of much help and makes my eczema bumps more clogged and itchy(my eczema usually land on the butterfly area of the face and gets really bumpy and red). But it is good for a 5mins face mask while showering where it prevent the tightness of the skin, i'll repurchase and use it as a mask. Currently trying
Trixéra+ Selectiose Emollient cream as read many review on MUP. will do a review once my medication is over to be more accurate. Good luck and don't give up!
I just find this thick and a bit greasy - doesn't feel like it's sinking in which is what I was hoping for as I have dry/dehydrated skin. The smell is not that great. I won't buy this again.
I have dry and eczema sensitive skin and this is one off the nicer (cold) creams I used. It did not irritate my skin at all and I even used it to soothe my skin after an eczema flare up. This cream is on the thicker side but it rubs in easily, it also has a soft scent that did not bother me. I do have to say that this is not really moisturizing but it does soothes dry (cracked) skin. It gives those skin types only temporary relief though because I had to re-apply quite often and went true the (40ml) tube within a month! And because I went true the tube so quickly and it does not really moisturize only leaves a barriere I doubt that I would repurchase. But this is a very nice cream and I would recommend to try a sample first to see if it works with your skin!
my dermatologist recommended this cream for me
i started using it
ive been suffering from very dry skin
its a very intense moisturizer but it somehow feels a bit think on the skin
its not the best cream i used but it is good
This cream is saving my skin! Since becoming pregnant I've suffered from extremely dry, tight, painful skin. Even though I was already using cleansing oil and Eucerin creme for my combo sensitive skin, I had to totally rehaul my routine. Avene has been a great brand for me with this new problem. Other creams - even Weleda's Skin Food and E45 - don't touch my dry facial skin, but leave it crispy and taut within an hour or two. Meanwhile, Avene Cold Cream sinks right in and "becomes" part of my skin, leaving it moisturized and soft for up to a whole day! I am amazed. While it's relatively cheap here in the UK, it's not drugstore cheap, and it does contain a (not-exactly-nice) fragrance and a paraben, so I removed a lippie. However, I am willing to compromise at this point since so many creams have not been moisturizing my skin. In addition, it's a wonderfully cheap replacement for Lancome Nutrix (which is outrageously expensive), my other favorite. This stuff is amazing for severely dry skin and I will be using it every winter, I predict, even after I give birth.