Unlisted Brand • CVS Gentle Skin Moisturizing Lotion fragrance free • Lotions/ Creams
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Tan, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
Edit on 12/07/10: Made me break out, get oily and I had a weird allergic reaction to this stuff. It went straight back to CVS.
Better then Cetaphil! Yes, I said it. I have been using Cetaphil as a facial moisturizer for 4 years, until one day it started breaking me out, drying out my skin and making me look extremely greasy. I picked this up because its supposed to be a Cetaphil knock off and I love it! It doesn't give me tiny irritated bumps all over my face and actually moisturizes my dry areas without making me look greasy! YAY! CVS has a great skincare line. I find that usually drug store brands aren't as good as the original, but this particular one is and is much better then the original I'm extremely happy with this product.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
This is for the CVS store brand of Cetaphil lotion, and it makes the greatest base for homemade scented lotion! I absolutely love the Cetaphil lotion/cream, so this fits the bill, and the store brands are less expensive if that's what one's looking for. My latest idea was to save myself $35+ dollars on Bobbi Brown's Beach scented lotion (I love BB products but $$$ sigh) and concoct my own. I got a little 4 oz. plastic bottle from CVS, filled it with about an 1/2 inch or so of BB Body Oil (that I bought over a year ago when I had more $$$) and filled the rest of the bottle with the unscented lotion, shook it really well, and VOILA! My own Beach body lotion! It's perfect--I'm so happy with it. Not too strong and definitely not too expensive. Yes, one has to spend in order to save, just purchase wisely and make the expensive things work many ways!