Meh, This Product is okay, i get no bad reactions from it,and it's affordable almost cheap if you get it at the right place.
normally it's about 4-5 pounds in the UK but you can find it for sale for about 1.80 at superdrug sometimes.
it really varies depending on where you buy it, which i think it's kind of annoying because i've bought it from boots but then saw it cheaper else where.
the Packaging is what i really don't like about this product, i can never get all of the product out of the bottle,and in the end i have to cut the thick plastic bottle in half with a big knife lol...which is ridiculous, and when i do that i always see a lot of product still left , i then store the cut bottle in a baggy and use what whats left that way.
They really have to get a better bottle to store this product in.
this moisturizer is definitely not moisturizing enough for me, because i have to apply it 3 times in the day just to keep my skin hydrated.. i chose the light version of simple because i didnt want anything to clog my pores...but this is just not good enough to hydrate my dry skin.
i would think this would be great for people with oily skin though.
the packaging is a pain but it is more affordable then most drug store moisturizers, probably why i kept buying it.. but i'm done with buying it now, it's just not hydrating enough.
My hunt for the best drugstore led me to Simple; I liked that it is a natural product, but it's nothing special. Much like Yes to Cucumber's moisturizer, Simple stung my face when I first put it on. Ouch! I have sensitive skin and this caused my skin to turn a little red after applying. I gave it another try a few days later and still experienced some stinging. This is a light formula, unscented, but not for me.
With hormonal changes, my skin suddenly got dry and easily inflamed. I would now call it "sensitive". All of a sudden, products I had used faithfully for over a year made my skin worse. I was so red, blotchy, and lumpy, and peeling, I went to target and bought a bunch of new stuff. One of them was this moisturizer. It doesn't moisturize very much. Just a little. But apparently, it's good enough for me. It's taken care of most of the flakes without making things worse, which is the best I can ask for right now. I had first gone the route of clinique moisture surge intense. While that was more moisturizing, it was not soothing and gave me whiteheads right away. I feel this product is "neutral" enough that it works well for skin that's having a lot of issues to get a little moisturizer.
I haven't started using it but I am a little fearful because i read the ingredients on the moisturizer and it says it has mineral oil. it's not even listed near the end to; it's the fourth ingredient.
So i was wondering if anyone saw/experienced a problem with this
This was the first moisturizer I've ever used that didn't feel like I'd slathered my face in oil. It doesn't do much beyond lightly moisturizing and softening your skin. It does last forever, though.
I've switched to a slightly heavier Olay moisturizer with SPF during the day, but I'll usually put this one on at night. My skin feels lovely in the morning now. I also use it when I'm going to be outside enough to need real sunscreen for my face; Olay + sunscreen is way too heavy, but this is just right.
I guess you could call Simple Light Moisturizer the Goldilocks of moisturizers? Sorry, it's 2am here. For me it's just the right combination of all the factors that go into choosing a moisturizer. It's very much a single purpose moisturizer (it...moisturizes) so it's not gonna work for everyone.
If you have trouble with heavier moisturizers or have sensitive skin like I do, this one's worth a try.
Truly, it's a nice moisturizer...but I don't think it does much besides that.
I guess it's okay, but really I look for softening, brightening, or evening in my facial moisturizers. I don't see any of that here.
That being said, it's excellent if all you want its a hydrated face that stays that way.It's helepes with a few pesky dry patches as well.
Will I buy again? No, but I will definitly use the rest of this up.
I was curious with this product because of what they said on advertisements and i did read up on this product, i have acne, it started when i started a new brand of pills, anyways started breaking out and now that my skin is kinda starting to get better im scared to use just anything on my face. I started doing a little research, i have oily skin, according to one of the article i read say the best moisturiser for my tyoe of skin is lotion instead of cream. i use to use garnier renew, it was good but it was getting pricy for me. so i tried this product and ive been using it for a week now its really good it doesnt make my face oily and as soon as u put it on your face you can tell the deffirence its very light. i will continue to use this product and i will inform you guys if any changes i would see
I put this on for about thirty minutes before it made my cheeks turn red and blotchy. I have sensitive skin so I haven't really been able to find a moisturizer that hasn't irritated my skin yet. Did make my skin feel nice and smooth though :D I'm not too fond of the the preservatives used in this product either.
'Nothing special' is the only way i can describe this product. i know its free of harsh chemicals and colours and whatever else but i found it did nothing, my skin was slightly dry before purchasing and after using for a month or so it was still slightly dry, no better but no worse. it didnt cause me any harm but it did about as much good as rubbing abit of water on your face. i wouldnt buy it again.
My all-time favourite moistuiser! I have tried them ranging from £1- £35 and my little gem has always been Simple. I use this in conjunction with the rich moistuiser and the night cream on a daily basis and get comments all the time on the look of my skin. It's cheap, it's wonderful and doesn't leave my skin oily!