This is a pretty good moisturiser. This is meant for dry skin but unlike a lot of dry skin moisturisers, it's not so thick and heavy that it just sits on the surface of my skin. It sinks right in and moisturises my face well leaving it soft and glowing. The scent is not great but one that I can live with. I usually get this during a 2 for 1 offer. The packaging can be improved since it's not very hygienic in a jar, but overall, an impressive moisturiser for the price. Although I like this, I probably won't repurchase as I'm now into more natural ingredients.
I love this! I have really sensitive skin that is really dry at the moment but this is a dream to use after a good cleanse.
I have tried so many other brands but this is a clear winner, in both quality and price. I hope it never gets discontinued!
A good budget buy, but not much good if you've got sensitive skin like mine. It'll make it even drier and (aagh) cause it to crack. Yup! Crack. I stopped using it after about two days and gave it to my sister with oilier skin who swears by this product.
I have the .5 fl. oz eye cream for dry eyes. Terrible waste of money. The product doesn't moisturize and after a few minutes, it begins to flake off. I can only use this product at night and then I have to wipe off with cosmetic remover. Unfortunately, I was searching for an eye cream that I could use under make up, but because the product flakes off, it's pretty useless to me.
I can't believe the bad reviews for this product. This is the best moisturizer I have found, and I've tried--and returned--it all, even Creme de la Mer and La Prairie, which are just hype. For a night cream, this moisturizer is light in texture, but it is designed for very dry skin. If you have slightly dry skin, this really may be too heavy for you. I used this for almost a year and it left my skin soft and smooth. I have run out and switched to Aveda, which has left my skin rough, dry and cracked. It literally hurts to smile. And, Aveda was 3x more expensive. I've ordered up again on this cream because this is the only thing that has been able to keep my extremely dry skin in check. I've learned that price is not a determining factor in whether a product will work. I will admit; the smell--horrible. I wish they would make this in a fragrance-free formula.
This cream moisturizes well, though I did not see any firming. I purchased the night cream for a great deal a couple of months ago, and have used the whole jar. No problems with break-outs, though it doesn't sink in very well so it wouldn't work for me as anything other than a night cream. The smell bothered me too, so I think for that reason alone I wouldn't repurchase. If your skin is very dry & you don't mind scented products, it wouldn't hurt to give it a try.
This stuff seemed ok when I used it the first 2 days then the clogging began. I bought the Day lotion when it was on sale because I felt like my oily skin has begun to change and become slightly drier (probably because its winter and because I am done with my oily teen years) Anyways about by day 3 I noticed clogged pores, not regular breakouts, just slightly raised bumps on my cheeks (a place i RARELY broke out even as a teenager who was acne prone and still am) My face felt soft for a little while, but the moisture did not last and it made my face feel too sticky for a day lotion. Also no real "lifting" as they advertised and it smelled kind of weird.
First of all, the smell is unbearable. It's actually quite nauseating. I only used it once. Needless to say I returned it. If it works for you, great.
I had the Hydrofirming Bio-6 Day Cream SPF15, and it took me a while until I realized my skin didn't like it. It felt heavy and balled up if I applied foundation afterwards. Yet I kept using it (thinking it was good for me because of the SPF) and ignoring my tingly, red, irritated skin. Finally, I couldn't put up with it any more and threw it away.
A good, value-for-money, no-nonsense moisturiser. I use it every now and then when I run out of my more expensive Elizabeth Arden moisturiser and can't say that I notice that much difference between them.