Smells good (well to me) and is quite moisturizing, but it doesn't last very long so you have to reapply.
This just sits on top of your skin and does nothing. It's terrible.
It is definitely not Eucerin usual style! It does not moisturize! I have a 30 ml travel bottle and i use it after shower. Skin feels exactly what it feels before I put it on. I think it is not doing anything.
When my hands so dry that between my fingers was cracked, I tried this lotion because its formula was so simple and reviews seemed overall good. However, aside from giving my hands a sheen when applied (usually a good sign like an oil penetrating), my hands continued to get more raw, dry, and cracked as if I had done nothing at all. I tried applying at night, and in the morning, even without handwashings (just left on all night), my hands were raw in the am. It wasn't irritating or making it worse, but it was doing absolutely nothing to help in the moisturizing department.
Water, Mineral Oil, Isopropyl Myristate, PEG-40 Sorbitan Peroleate, Glyceryl Lanolate, Sorbitol, Propylene Glycol, Cetyl Palmitate, Magnesium Sulfate, Aluminum Stearate, Lanolin Alcohol, BHT, Methylchloroisothiazolinone, Methylisothiazolinone continued >>
This dried out my skin - definitely WORSE than the cream. I have eczema and I learned over time that lotions are not as good for my skin as creams (but cetaphil works fine). STAY AWAY. My skin was itchy, red, and inflamed 2 hours after using this. The cream lasted longer- but same result.
I was hesitant to try this lotion after a bad experiences with Cetaphil and Aveeno (heavy, greasy), but I ended up LOVING this lotion! It IS a bit greasy when applied, but my skin soaks it right in after showering and 10-15 later I have no problems getting dressed. (the Aveeno was so heavy that I could not pull my pants up properly!) I can see why this lotion may not be a good fit for everyone, but I have eczema and severly sensitive- skin. After trying literally everything else under the sun, this lotion has actually helped to heal my skin in addition to keeping it moisturized throughout the day. Will continue to purchase. Sells for about $10.50 USD.
Awful. I got a dermatitis from it and now I'm using corticoids to heal my skin.
Yes it does works. but it is one of these product , which are very dangerious to your health!!!!! it contains impurities linked to cancer!Gastrointestinal or liver toxicity hazards!!! www.ewg.org/reports/skindeep2/ thre are no safe Eucerin Lotions at all, but Eucerin Moisturizing Creme is safe to use. For your body Johnson& Jonson baby oil is way safer. Another options are Weleda's Rose oil , Aveeno daily moisturising lotion or Aveeno daily Baby lotion.
I bought this lotion for my husband, who wanted a "no frills" moisturizer for winter dry patches. I'd been using a fancy body butter, but now that I've tried this I don't want to go back. It does feel a bit gluey going on, and you have to work it in, but it has very good staying power. Even with winter dryness, this lasts 24-48 hours. I've been using it on my face and body, with no breakouts or irritation. I don't really notice any scent, chemical or otherwise. I got a two-pack at Costco with a bonus tube of the Eucerin Creme, so it probably cost less than it would at the drugstore. I'm sure it's more reasonable than my body butter, though, and it works better. The only drawback is that you need to use quite a bit each time to cover your whole body, since it's pretty thick.
I have on Retin-A for about 2 weeks, and this has been the only moisturizer that helped me stave off the flakies. I've been using it on a daily basis on both face and body, and never have I EVER had softer skin.