I decided to give this lotion a try when I heard from youtube that it was great for hydration. I recently moved to a desert area and wanted something that would super hydrate my skin. Unfortunately this product has not helped in this regard…here in the desert it’s best for day cream. However, it’s not even a favorite day cream for me. Some moisturizers even make my foundation look good after application…but this doesn’t make my skin look good (it makes my skin still look dry in matte foundation...basically it's still not hydrating enough). The positives about this cream is that it’s not scented and it keeps my face matte.
I bought this during Kate Somerville's black friday for half the original price. But I cannot imagine buying this product for the full 58 dollars. So my final verdict is that it’s an okay moisturizer…I’ll probably try something else and not repurchase.
I really wanted to love this product, but it's not for me. Don't get me wrong, it's a good cream. It didn't break me out and it really was nourishing. My problem was that it didn't sink in and left a greasy film on my skin. Some might like this since it gives a glow, but for me it made my makeup last much shorter than normally. It's good, but not worth the price...
Got a sample of this from sephora and it is delightful! Doesn't clog my pores at all and i great if you have acne prone skin. Very light and hydrating moisturizer that works well underneath makeup. This is actually the best moisturizer I have tried. LOVE LOVE LOVE
A friend who has glowing skin recommended this for me, as I'm on the hunt for a moisturizer and have been for the past six months.
She loves Kate Somerville products so I got samples of both Nourish and Goat Milk creams. Nourish was really below average and quite sticky - supposedly a lighter cream than Goat Milk. I waited a while to actually try Goat Milk, and I was convinced it would be amazing. Lo and behold - clog city.
I am overcoming and still battling acne (right now its more so just clogs), and have just gotten the hang of things and my routine. I decided to add this in once I knew what was working for me - and when I did, I got ridiculous clogs on my forehead especially.
COSDNA shows that Goat Milk cream contains a couple really comedogenic ingredients that can be pretty bad - mostly, Cocos Nucifera Oil. There are a couple other mildly irritating ingredients but the story is that it just doesn't work for my dry, sensitive, and acne-prone skin. Perhaps I was saved from spending $$$$$ on a moisturizer - this stuff is seriously expensive. But the packaging is really cute!
My search continues...
Seriously this line is over priced, I paid so much for this cream and results to nothing!
Now my skin care routine consists of the body shop seaweed cleanser, rose hip oil( amazing stuff) and Vaseline as and eye cream, done simple and wallet friendly..
luxury in a bottle. i can't even tell you how much i adore this cream. i have combo/oily skin and was a little hesitant that this "cream" might be too heavy for me, but it's actually pretty light & packs a good punch of moisture in it leaving behind baby soft skin. there's a very very light goat's milk scent to it but nothing unbearable. the texture is like that of a milkier lotion but don't underestimate how good it nourishes the skin. definitely a quality cream worth investing in. the packaging is a little weird. it's an unconventional pump. nothing extreme, but different. my all time favorite night cream!
I really had high hopes for this cream. I love the Kate Somerville spa/clinic in L.A. and have gotten a couple of great facials there. I think her line has some great products. I personally have very, very sensitive reactive skin. This product definitely caused irritation and bumps. I would not recommend if you have sensitive skin. It is probably fine if you have normal, non-reactive skin. I've decided instead of trying to find the perfect "designer" skin care regime to just stick to the very basics. Purpose cleanser and a drug store non-fragrance moisturizer. If you have very sensitive skin chances are these expensive, well packaged products are going to irritate your skin.
I usually use Clinique Repairwear (and yes, I've dried about every reasonably priced moisturizer there is). la Mer is more than I am willing to pay. So after reading reviews of this I bought a small jar. The first two nights I woke up with a few small pimples. After that, my skin settled in and honestly looks more hydrated and fresh each morning. it has virtually elimanted the small flakes I usually woke up with. I use prescription retinol 3 times a week, and I exfoliate with a Sonicare brush 3 times a week and still had flaky skin. I will definitely buy this cream again. It has an elegant feel to it. In summer my skin goes oily so I might have to use it only in the winter. But for now, it's a winner.
This just did not work for me at all..I have two and had to force myself just to give it a chance and use half of the first jar..it just didnt work for me too greasy for me.
I was a bit hesitant to try out Kate Somerville, most of all this cream. I had bought Cle de Peau originally since it was a higer end luxury line, however that didn't pan out so I tried this line instead. I love that this cream is very gentle on my sensitive combination skin. I have not broken out with this cream. It keeps my face very soft and supple throughout the day. It has a greasier feeling when you put it on and I am not a fan of the smell, but for the results I am definitely repurchasing regardless of the price. IMO it is hard for me to find a product where I can test out without a breaking in period where my face has to adjust to the product.
My skin started breaking out not too long after using this product.
I will not re-purchase