I do not use ths as my daily moisturiser, but I do keep this in my bag as a refresher throughout the day. It's cooling and give immediate hydration under the eyes.
This comes in the traditonal black packaging tube style which swivels up the product. The product is clear and cool to the touch. The listed ingredients are Grape, Coco, Shea, Avacado,macademia and aloe. If you are sensitive to any of these ingredients pass this one by. I rub my finger across the product and tap it under my eyes, someimes on my lids if I'm not wearing shadow and in my frown line area. I do not use this on my lips. Nor do I slather this on from the tube. as it might flake if used too heavy.
During the day I'm in a warehouse for now and it really takes a toll on my skin. I threw this in my pocket for a little pick me up and it works fantastic. Yes I will re buy!
I actually really like this product. I use it just about anywhere, dry patches on my cheeks, hands, cuticles, anywhere that needs a little extra something under my regular moisturizer. I don't notice a smell to it, and it doesn't break me out. It's cheap, portable, and just works for me.
This stick is perfect for dry skin and dry patches but is not even close to ideal as a moisturizer for oily skin, especially on the face.
I love ELF products but this stuff is horrible! The smell is disgusting & it made me very oily after & hour!
This product is good for small dry patches of skin. I slather it on my hands, elbows, and random dry spots. It's also very compact and good for traveling. However, I am not sure if I'm going to purchase it again. It feels like water (no scent) and is very thin. It does not work on my lips or rough spots like heels.
Bought this cause EmilyNoel83 talked about it on youtube. I love it for my undereyes! It's great to refresh undereye concealer, or good to put on before bedtime. Must try!
I hate this product. I keep seeing rave reviews and I'm honestly confused. I applied it on my dry, cracky winter hands and it did nothing. Tried to rub it into my cuticles and again, nothing. Tried to use it on my lips as a balm and BLEH - horrible taste and made my lips a crusty mess. It applies with a slightly wet feeling and then dries to nothing. Sorry guys...no bueno for me.
This product was almost perfect. Did a great job of moisturizing without being greasy. Unfortunately is contains several different parabens. The last thing I want to do is slather that all over my face.
It really moisturises, but it is no match for my elbows (which ELF says you can use it on). I use it mainly for the face after I shower or do my beauty routine and it keeps my oily face moisturised without making me break out. I do wish this had more product but it is in the end around $3-$6? It has no scent which is a plus.
ELF's Daily Moisture Stick is "an easy to use clear gel formulation that nourishes and hydrates the skin. This light weight and soothing multi-purpose balm is enriched with anti-oxidants and anti-aging ingredients including grape, cocoa, shea, avocado, macadamia, aloe, and chamomile. The sleek, convenient packaging is perfect for travel and everyday use to condition and moisturizes skin both at home and on the go." surprisingly, this solid moisture does contain a fair amount of good ingredients and is fragrance free (but it still contains a good bit of yucky chemicals too, unfortunately). ELF's Daily Moisture Stick contains 15g (.53 oz) and retails for $6 (though I feel like I paid $3 for mine), making it one of ELF's pricier products. I purchased my Daily Moisture Stick at Target. ELF products can be bought through the brand's website, and at Target, Kmart, Big Lots, and select drug and dollar stores. ELF products are made in China and are not tested on animals.
ELF's Daily Moisture Stick comes in a black cardboard box that offers a product description, directions, and a full ingredients list. The product its self comes in a black tube that's about 3 inches long. The front of the tube features the ELF logo, product name, and a list of beneficial ingredients. The cap snaps on firmly, but ELF is still concerned about their Daily Moisture Stick drying out, so they include a second smaller cap inside. The twist up mechanism for this tube is smooth and easy to operate. This product's packaging is recyclable.
ELF's Daily Moisture Stick seems like a hybrid of a giant chapstick and a glue stick, hardly like something you'd smear over your entire face. This moisturizer is a solid gel that melts on contact with the skin. This stuff feels a little sticky at first, but it sinks into the skin almost immediately. Unless you have very oily skin, ELF's Daily Moisture Stick wont cut it as your only moisturizer. However, it does a great job at keeping skin feeling moist throughout the day if your moisturizer doesn't quite hold up. ELF's Daily Moisture Stick is great for smoothing over dry patches, and would likely make a good foundation primer for drier skin types. Applying this solid moisturizer feels pretty strange, I'm not used to rubbing gel sticks all over my face. There's a bit of a tug during application, so avoid the delicate eye area.
This product is also a really great lip balm. ELF's Daily Moisture Stick serves more purposes than just providing moisture. As a pro-cook, I get a fair amount of cuts and burns. ELF's Daily Moisture Stick is great for soothing and protecting those little injuries. I'm thinking about buying another one of these to keep at work. The other use I've found for this gel stick is that its great for lubricating piercing holes. If you have any facial piercings you probably have one or two pieces of jewelry that are slightly too large or blunt to put in comfortably. A quick swipe of ELF's Daily Moisture Stick will help that stubborn piece of jewelry slide right in.
I like ELF's Daily Moisture Stick. It provides a nice level of moisture and is very travel friendly. You can bet that this moisturizer will be in my carry on for my next long-haul flight. I've found a few practical uses for this product on top of a facial moisturizer. I'll almost definitely buy one more of these for my work's first aid kit, which always seems to be void of topical burn soothers/aloe gel. The only downside I can see in ELF's Daily Moisture Stick is that it seems to get used up quickly if you apply it over your entire face. I don't think I'd repurchase this product for use on my face, but I want to keep it around for it's other handy uses (I have a really hard time putting my monroe retainer in, this is a great little helper). I do recommend picking up ELF's Daily Moisture Stick to see what it can do for you.