Givenchy • Skin Drink Rich • Moisturizers
|Would buy this product again.||100%|
Age: 25-29 Skin: Sensitive, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I used Skin drink soft, and I have to say I find myself prefering this product over a more expensive darphin moisturiser I was supposed to be finishing. I am really impressed with the whole givenchy skincare line for value for money, and I think my skin is looking really good on it. I like the fact that this moisturiser is really hydrating but not heavy or oily, and is an excellent make up base. It feels cooling and doesn't irratate my sensitive skin. It's great against winter weather and air conditining. I really recommend it.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I started using premium skin care in my late teens working in a department store I started using Dior and Lancome skin care. I have used many different brands and decided to go ahead and buy my first Givenchy skin care product, Skin drink serum. I know a little about Givenchy skin care, it was launched in 1989 so is 19 years younger than Dior (from the same LVMH umbrella), it does NOT advertise there skin care line, and they have Givenchy Skin spas in prestigious locations including Dubai. I bought Skin drink serum after buying and using Dior Hydraction serum. Givenchy claims this serum will keep your skin hydrated for 24 hours after which the product remains 33% effective. Its main active ingredient is hyaluronic acid which is a big buzz word within cosmetics at the moment. As I am nearly turning 20 fine lines on my face are not a major concern. Hydration is. This product when released from the pump is like water and does feel like a drink for your skin. Three pumps should be used once a day so this product at 30ml a bottle will not last a large amount of time. To be honest I dont really have dehydrated skin it only really feels tight after a night out so in this respect this is when I would use this product the most. The smell is wonderful and with a price point currently sitting at £35 it is a cheaper alternative to Dior Hydraction or Guerlains super aqua serum. I like this product and liv tyler is suppose to be a fan of the whole Givenchy skin care line. I hope after this review more people review Givenchy skincare because it seems to be chanel/dior that has the most reviews. This product does not cause me to have a breakout something I occur from quite alot, the only thing I dont understand is why alcohol is so high in both this serum and diors???.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
Its really works...especially in cold winter days, it give you a hydrated face. my skin is a bit slaky in winter, until i use this one. smells very nice, but a bit costly honestly
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I got a small .17 oz tube of this wonderous stuff as a sample =]. It truly has a nice texture, smells great, absorbs quickly, but best of all, when used night and morning, it makes my skin feel smooth and flake free! I probably will try to eventually buy this expensive stuff when i'm not so tight on cash, but for now it's a bit expensive for me to repurchase all the time and too expensive to be an HG. By the way, I have dry, acne-prone skin that flakes. I gave a 3 for the packaging since I only have the sample tube to go by.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
This is a moisturiser from Givenchy's product re-launch and re-creation. This product is meant to 'with a cocktail of water-producing ingredients' leaving your skin perfectualy moisturised and hydrated. I used this over night after finding flakey bits in little corners of my face and in the morning my whole face was soft, hydrated by not oily as I find some heavy moisturises do. Although I have dry, sensitive skin, it is prone to redness and break-outs if my product balance is not right, ie. something is too heavy or too light, but this product worked well and I will be buying it again as it is reasonably priced. The one thing I don't like that is a trend in skincare is the fact that it is presented in a tub, but what can you do.