Great moisturizer! I would say I have normal to oily skin because when I wash my face it feels tight but after 5 hours it gets really oily. This moisturizer works perfect for me. It takes away that tight uncomfortable feeling and helps my skin from getting oily as the day goes by without breaking me out. I've tried higher end moisturizers but I keep coming back to this one.
I don't know how this is for sensitive skin. I made my cheeks turn red and burn and my eyes sting although I didn't use it under or around my eyes.
i have pretty dry sensitive clog prone skin and it did not make it greasy, it actually moisturized well, didn't break me out and I like that it's it's in a pump bottle.
But I threw it away because of the wierd burning and stinging.
This is the most terrific moisturizer that I have tried so far. I was pretty if-y about it because of the price since at the time I was on a tight budget (and still am) but I considered the fact that so far all the Neutrogena products that I've tried have worked for me so why not try this one too?
If I find a cheap alternative that works as well I most definitely jump on it. You get what you pay for when it comes to this moisturizer.
I love this product! I have very sensitive acne prone skin and it works great! It moisturizes well and hasn't broken me out. I definitely recommend getting this product!
I really like this product a lot. I was looking for something oil-free and SPF-free (since I only really put moisturizer on at night, and why add an SPF chemical when you don't need it? Especially with all the controversy surrounding SPF these days). My skin is pretty sensitive and VERY oily (but finicky, in that if I don't moisturize my oily skin, it gets flaky and icky) and gets red/irritated easily. I like this product because it is clean, simple, and effective: it moisturizes my skin without doing a whole song-and-dance of other stuff to it. No SPF, no oil, no fluff, no extraneous ingredients, just simple moisture. I use this with Neutrogena Naturals purifying cleanser and Mario Badescu chamomile toner (which does wonders to soothe my skin when it gets red). This moisturizer glides on very easily, and has no color or odor. It dries in seconds and is not greasy or slick. It just feels like my skin is matte and soft and clean; you can touch it and not get residue on your hand. I only use 1.5 pumps to cover my whole face. My skin never feels dry or irritated or greasy (again, I only use it at night so I can't say how it is under makeup). It just feels soft and clean. Perfect!
The packaging is simple, just like the product. Easy to use, no fuss, sanitary, and the pump doesn't clog. It also locks to make travel easy. This is great for anyone who just wants simple, clean moisture with no frills.
i'm on the fence with this. i used to love it, then stopped using it. but when i started using it again, it started to look greasy. weird. moisturizes ok. i'd like to try this again.
I bought this on a whim in early March 2011. Over the last couple of years my skin went from being super sensitive to being more tolerant. The winter where I am in Canada overall was very consistently cold (-15 on average and for a little while we hovered around -38). By March my face was starting to burn which meant that it was becoming quite dry. So, at Shoppers, I picked this up. I used it for a couple of weeks with no problems! I found that it seemed very "slick" so I only needed a TINY dab for my face. It took a little while to dry and gave kind of a dewy look until it dried but nothing terrible. I stopped using it the end of March when I went to England because the weather was +21 (imagine...-21 to +21!) and my skin was no longer ridiculously dry.
I have very sensitive skin that's allergic to aloe. Since aloe is put into a lot of lotions and skin products, it's hard to find something that doesn't contain aloe in it that still soothes redness and moisturizes. Neutrogena Oil-Free Moisture for Sensitive Skin is just one of the few products that I have found that don't contain aloe.
This moisturizer actually works fairly well. It was priced around 11 USD, so for what I paid for, I feel that it does what it's supposed to which is to keep the skin moisturized. Usually overnight, my skin dries out because I am not moving around and producing lots of body oils while I sleep. This locks in a lot of the moisture which I would lose while I'm asleep. I use a very light amount during the daytime, but I find that my skin does not really need to be moisturized very much during the day.
The product itself is very hygienic with its easy-to-use pump which you can also turn to lock in place so that you can travel with it and not have it get everywhere. It does not have any fragrance which I can detect and comes out in a light creamy-liquid texture. It does feel a bit greasy at first, but it absorbs quickly into the skin within minutes and you don't even notice it's there after a while. I feel that patting motions while applying this moisturizer helps it to absorb faster into the skin.
Overall, I like this product and will probably re-purchase unless I come across another aloe-free moisturizer.
I used to use clinique DDMG but i ran out of it and because i hate to go to the mall to get a new one, i have decided to get a new moisturizer from the DG. I have very sensitive skin and also oily combination skin. When i apply this after my cleanser or toner, it gives a mild tingling stinging feeling, it's doesn't hurt but it does kind of burn my skin. I never have luck with neutrogena but decided to try this because it was for sensitive skin. The burning sensation don't bother me much and i can live with it, but the part that i can't is the facts that my skin get oily withing an hour. I don't have excessively oily skin, but if i use the wrong product then it will make my skin produce more oil. Since it's summer time, i needed something thing light and this moisturizer deliver that part but not the oil control part. I didn't give up after one use, i tried it 3-4 more times before i gave up. It made my skin broke out because it have been very hot in the passed few days. So I'm going to have to stop using this moisturizer and maybe try again in the winter time. If you have normal or dry skin, this will work better for your skin but for oily skin like I have is not a good choice if you are looking to eliminate oil.
Someone tell me how a product that has "petrolatum" (i.e., from the root word, "petrol") in it can be labeled "oil free," or how a product with so many parabens in it can be labeled "for sensitive skin"?
I tell ya -- these cosmetics company are getting away with FAR TOO MUCH false advertising and hazardous-product promoting! It disgusts me.