Estee Lauder • Future Perfect anti wrinkle • Moisturizers
|Would buy this product again.||63%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red, Curly, Fine Eyes: Green
At first this moisturized my skin with no problems. After a couple of days my skin started feeling dry. Then this awful product made my rosacea flare the worst it's been in quite awhile. I stopped using it and in a couple of days my skin went back to normal.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Tan Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I got this in a gift set last yr(full size) from my mom(she loves EL) .....I started using this in the fall cuz my skin was getting dried out but not bad and at first it worked great but then after a while after I applied it my skin felt dried out again.I stopped using it for a while..well now that I'm using it again (mainly to just use it up) the same thing is happening again! So I will not be puirchasing this in the future after I use it up cuz there are better moisturizers out there imo....
Age: 44-55 Skin: Combination, Medium, Neutral Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
I got a generous 14-day sample of Future Perfect Anti-Wrinkle Radiance Creme SPF 15. I was surprised by how rich and creamy it was, but it soaked into my skin and didn't leave any oily residue like some of their products. I really liked this cream but the sunscreen irritates my eyes as do all their moisturizers with it in it. If EL made a non sunscreen version I would definitely purchase.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I really wanted to like it! It's light and easy to apply. In the first two days, it made my face soft, smooth and moisturized all day, and also gave it a nice glow. I love the texture, smell and the SPF as well. I thought I found my HG moisturizer. However, after three days (I only used it in the morning), I noticed my pores on my chin got clogged. I stopped using it for a couple of week. My pores got better. Then on a business trip, I gave this moisturizer another try. Too bad, it made my pores clogged again after 4 applications. I have normal to dry skin prone to breakout. I received this in a sample. I will not buy the regular size for sure.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
My new HG moisturizer. I should have known, leave it to EL to create something so rich and softening yet it absorbs so quickly. I've never felt anything so fabulous on my skin. I could live without the $68 price tag, but this is a case of "getting what you pay for." I guess I'm gonna be alot poorer in the wallet, because this stuff rocks!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Green
Within two days of using this twice daily, I have noticed a great softening in the wrinkles beneath my eyes. (Be careful though, if any of this gets into your eyes you will know it - it burns terribly) Do not over rub this onto your face or you will find that it piles up and crumbles. Just rub it in enough to spread it around & then let the rest air dry. Although greasy at first, it drys down nicely... Just give it 20 minutes or so before you leave the house. Also, the oils do seperate from the cream, you must mix it vigorously each time you use it, and I dont mean just shake it up -- You really need to get a sterile toothpick & stir it like cake mix! It's a pain, indeed - But, my results so far are worth it.
The packaging could have been alot better & they definately need to find a way to stop the oils & cream from seperating -- Otherwise, this is a great cream with good results. I will definately buy it again.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Brown
I received a sample of this at the EL counter with a fragrance purchase, and got two uses out of the packet, once after using the Perfectionist treatment, once without. It's pretty rare that I have to follow up an application of moisturizer with another moisturizer, but that was the case with this. I have combo skin that tends toward oily, but this just made my skin dry all over, less so when I did not use the Perfectionist beforehand, but still pretty dry. I'll be sticking with my Olay Total Effects 7x, which is still the best daily moisturizer I've found for my face.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I bought this product mainly because I was worried about the lines that had recently started showing up on my neck and forehead. At first, I really loved the product, it was lightweight and with consistent use the lines that I was concerned about started to fade away. However, after about one month the moisturizer and the oil started to separate and I had a layer of oil sitting on top of the moisturizer. I tried mixing it up to no avail. This ended up causing me to break out in a horrible rash! Twice! I was really hoping that it wasn't the moisturizer that caused it because I really did like it and it is not cheap, but after numerous doctor visits the moisturizer was the cause of the rash. I was truly disappointed because it did work, but will not be buying again due to the layer of oil that develops on top of the moisturizer and the horrible rash it caused.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
I tried lots daytime moisturizers before I stick to this one. Usually I like to have a SPF 15 product since I stay indoor most of the time. But most products with SPF make me break out. This one is an exception. I've used one and half bottles and so far no problem. Plus it's said to have anti-aging function and since I'm in my late 20's I think I need that.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
Hi, I am in my late 20s and having used Clinique and other labels for oily skin specifically, i was amazed when i used a sample i got for free for this cream (The fluide/lotion version however). For the very first time, I think my skin was not oily when i woke up nor during the day. It is easily absorbed and I used the eye cream and face lotion in conjunction with the "Idealist" also and it seemed ok. I am now most likely going to purchase the entire range and try it out properly and hopefully this will do the work on the lines under my eyes as well as starting mimical lines around the mouth. I would definetely advise combination skin/oily skin users to give it a go. I was concerned if I was too young for antiwrinkle products but having read the review from a 22 yo. i am no longer! It is however pricy for me - but worth if it works.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Curly, Medium Eyes: Blue
wow, this was exactly what my skin needed. I had been using Biore pore minimizing lightweight moisturizer during the summer, but I think my skin was getting used to it. Also, I'm only 22, but I noticed some smile lines around my eyes beginning to form, so I thought it was time to start an anti-wrinkle moisturizer. After just a couple weeks of using this, my wrinkles are significantly smoother and my pores are more minimized. This also gives a fantastic dewy glow to my skin, which I love and made my mineral makeup blend so nicely. The smell is wonderful and I wish I had bought this sooner!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I have combo/oily skin and I was worried that this cream might be too heavy for me- but it seems just right. This is a very nice cream- it shrinks my pores a bit and gives me an instant lift effect (I am 32). I use shiseido's Bio performance- super lifting formula at night- which is meant for all skin types- but I find it too heavy and it doesn't really sink in. I wake up with a shiny face (that looks much worse than the night before)- although I use it alone- and very little of it. The only reason I still use it is really the price I paid for it. However- lauder's future perfect(normal/combo) is by far better product and provides better lifting than shiseido's lifting formula (if any). Another thing that I noticed by accident really- because I use under eye cream- is that it got rid of a couple of my undereye lines. Amazing! And it even has an spf. Truly a very nice anti-aging and repairing product for those with oilier skins. I cannot wait to finish that shiseido's bottle- and start using it at night also since this is a day/night cream.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair, Warm Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Blue
I am writing about the SPF 15 lotion in the pump bottle. I used to work for Estee Lauder and got this free at the school they send new hires to. I've been using this for a few months and don't really notice a difference, I mean I'm sure (actually I hope) that on some molecular level this is really "preventing" wrinkles and protecting my skin from sun exposure, but there's really no way to tell. It does help my makeup go on smoothly though, so that's a plus. I just think that this stuff is too expensive for me personally. I wouldn't repurchase.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brown, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
This is a great under-makeup moisturizer. It helps me apply quicker drying foundation, and it absorbs quickly. I'm not sure if it's improved my skin's appearance (I use too many other products to tell), but this hasn't broken me out and works well as a pre-makeup base. I wouldn't rely on its SPF, though, and I would also prefer a pump bottle!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Medium Eyes: Blue
I adore Future Perfect. I use the Creme for Normal Combo Skin. At first I feared it for it's heavy appearance but it actually sinks into the skin very well and is marvelously glowy and not greasy. Not crazy about the jar because I am a germ phobe but with pumps I always feel like I'm not getting all of my product. Who doesn't want to have her cake and eat it too, right? Anyway, I mix this creme with Clinique Repairwear foundation which sheers it out just enough and it still lasts beautifully through the day.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal Hair: Other Eyes: Green
I am writing about the SPF 15 lotion. It's a good moisturiser, it sinks in well and doesn't leave my face greasy. The scent is a bit strong for my liking, but okay. This product is okay too, but it's not better than Daywear (EL) or Repairwear (Clinique) and more expensive so I wouldn't repurchase.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I used this for several years, I think purely out of laziness. It didn't really do anything, good or bad. I much preferred it's predecessor, LightSource. Anyway, I finally decided I needed to find a cream that would produce some results and moved on to Chanel Rectifiance.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Olive Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I bought this as a break from my old faithful daywear plus. I got the cream for normal/combination skin. At first I wasn't too happy with the runnier tezture when compared to daywear plus and thought it would irritate my skin, but it's been pretty reliable for the dry winter weather we've had here.
I think I'll use this for winter in the future and have daywear plus on hand for summer.
Update: I've been using this for 2 months now and I don't like it. It's only guilt that has seen me use this for so long. It has done nothing for my face, I keep getting small pimples and it doesn't really sink into my skin. I've hit the bottom of the jar now and that's enough for me to get a new face cream.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I bought a large economy size of the lotion (normal/combo skin) version of this product to use during the day (because it has SPF 15). I love the texture and scent of this product--it's just lovely! I have oily skin and I find that EL products in general work pretty well for me--moisturizing but not greasy. This stuff makes my skin feel soft, but still clean. Still searcing for my HG moisturizer, but until then, this or DayWear will do.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I use the cream in the combo to oily formula and loved this. It is perfect for me to use in the winter because I like a bit thicker, deepre moisturizer then. I also like that it has the SPF in it, although I think we should all wear additional SPF. The large jar lasted me forever, and the smell was not bad. My husband actually thought it smelled nice when he snuggled up next to me at night after I put it on!