Olay • Complete Defense All Day Moisturizer SPF15 • Moisturizers
|Would buy this product again.||73%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I love this moisturizer and have been using it since I was a teen... I have normal skin and time to time I do get a little oily (maybe due to aging or that time of the month lol). But it does it job and keep my face nice and moisturized, soft and beautiful...
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Tan Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I love, love this product so much! I purchased a 6 fl oz bottle for $9.47 at Wal-Mart five months ago and I use it at least once a day right after I wash my face with my Acne Cleanser. After about a month of use, I felt as if my face had turned into silk, it was that soft.
This moisturizer also has the added benefits of containing SPF 15 (if you couldn't tell from the name ^-^ ) and that of lasting all day. Also, I wouldn't necessarily call this a downside but if you apply too much, your face looks really shiny for a couple of minutes ( but no matter how much you apply your face won't feel greasy or like plaster).
I cannot say that this is my Holy Grail as I have not compared it to others (nor do I wish to in the near future) but my mother has used this for years and she has not one wrinkle or bag though she is slightly pass the age of getting them. She accredits this moisturizer for that.
Alas, the packinging for the 6 oz is a simple plastic bottle that you have to pour out. I am not awfully fond of this because I would imagine how difficult it would be to get the remainder of the product out when I do run low. However, for some reason the 2 oz one comes in a jar where you can scoop out the contents which is what my mom uses.
Pretty much, this moisturizer is soooo inexpensive compared to other brands and works wonderfully.It does not make my oily face feel as if I added a layer of grease to it or as if I just smoothered it in harsh chemicals. I will continue to repurchase as long as I shall live!!!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Very Oily, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Fine Eyes: Black
i just got this moisturizer and it's amazing for my incredibly oily skin - it doesn't leave a greasy residue or make me sweat or make me oily at all!!! it leaves my skin as if i had nothing on at all - totally light weight and natural.
it's a thin lotion which goes on white then disappears within seconds.. it smells slightly sunscreeny but i love it..
it does burn for about half an hour but then it goes away... not sure why it burns but i don't really mind it..
i love it! i would repurchase but next i want to try neutrogena and aveeno spf oil free moisturizers for oily skin
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I have been using this as my everyday moisturizer for about a month now and can confidently say that it's a meh product. There are better moisturizers out there and this will even make my skin burn a little after exfoliating or doing a mask treatment.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I really like this product.
i have pretty dry skin so i apply this everyday when i get out of the shower and before i apply any face primer or foundation.
My face is very soft and is no longer flakey now that i use this product :)
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
I just saw the Olay same moisturizer with spf 30 which kinda pissed me off because then I don't understand why the hell I would buy one with only spf 15? Honestly I cannot remember why I even bought this moisturizer since I've been a religious user of Eucerin Daily Protection SPF 30- hence a lot of sunscreen obvious reasons to NOT age faster but for me personally most importantly to not darken my acne spots (since tanning of the skin will do that and make them more permanent) as I've been in "treatment" for them.
Recently I have been having awful trouble with my current moisturizers, I don't know why. They've been making me exceptionally more obviously dry throughout the day...
I do have dry skin, due to Accutane and now currently Retin-A.
But every-recommended by and not by Derms for my acne prone dry skin were NOT helping unless I exfoliated vigorously beforehand each morning which I hated because it made my face so red and made the appearance of my scars sooo so much harsh.
Finally, I found this in my makeup drawer and decided to give it a shot.
Straight to the cake- SUPER MOISTURIZING. I seriously cannot imagine oily skinned people using this, so I don't understand why it doesn't say specifically for "dry skin" but- whatever tickles their feather I guess. It's super great for me I actually looked oily for once in my skin and even had to powder my t-zone! Something I don't normally do and it wasn't even a hot day. I love this face lotion it's great and am hoping to try the spf 30 once I run out of this.
This is GREAT stuff for dry skin gals and I recommend to anyone who is having dry skin problems :/ I know how irritating it is to look like you're a shading snake and flakes of make up on your face ewww. Ah well try this out! Its amazing!:)
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
LOVE this lotion! It's lightweight, absorbs quickly and makes a great base for applying face makeup! It has never broken me out and never turns my face greasy or sticky like some other lotions with SPF even in the high summer heat. On my third bottle and it hasn't disappointed!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Other, Straight, Fine Eyes: Grey
Mine has pink print on the front that says "All Day Moisturizer with sunscreen BROAD SPECTRUM".
I can't use chemical sunscreens on my face. I bought this lotion for my hands. I am well aware that hands suffer from UV damage every bit as much as other exposed parts of the body but I struggled to find a sunscreen that didn't cost the earth, didn't stink, and didn't feel sticky, tacky, coated, or gross on my hands. I wanted something that felt like a nice hand cream.
This stuff is the goods. I can apply it liberally and it sinks in and moisturizes nicely. The smell is pleasant and light. Only 15spf isn't ideal (at some point I will probably try the spf30 version) but I live with it since I reapply it frequently, like hand cream -- at minimum, before I go outside and after each time I was my hands.
From what I understand the sunscreen ingredients are stable and complete. It's not the cheapest sunscreen in existence, but I feel it's reasonable for using on such a small part of my body, and of course many stores have identical generic versions of it.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Other, Straight, Medium Eyes: Other
4.5 for the original lotion for normal skin with no SPF
3.0 for the SPF version for combination skin... nice lotion, just not for me
The original lotion without SPF was one of my favorite facial lotions, affordable, gentle, non-greasy, non-irritating, smelled lovely, etc. Then one day decided to try the SPF15 version (for combination/oily skin) and I was not less impressed for several reasons.
#1 The smell of sunscreen in a lotion is not cute, and the lotion felt a bit powdery on my face likely due to the sunscreen.
#2 This is SPF so I don't want to use it at night. I just don't like to leave unnecessary chemicals on my face. But then during daylight, SPF15 is like nothing, I still need another sunscreen. Geez why did I buy the SPF?
#3 When my skin became sensitive due to acne medication, almost all lotions and creams can irritate my skin, but this lotion irritated the most. I suspect the irritation came from the sunscreen in there, but funny enough my Neutrogena facial sunscreen did not irritate me.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Normal, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
I use this moisturizer day and night. It does very well mixed with my concealer and then set with powder.I also use this as a night time moisturizer...couldn't be happier.