DHC • UR Cream • Lotions/ Creams
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
it has a really weird texture when you apply it. It doesn't smell bad. when I put it on it starts to sink in but if i keep massaging it in, the dead skin cells start to fall off in this weird ball. after this my rough skin on my feet are nice and smoothe. I wouldn't say it's moisturizing. For me it helps with the dead skin that gets really rough. It's kinda like exfoliating I suppose, but so much better than other exfoliating products for the price. I recommend this product!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I got this on sale, so it was super cheap.
The cream contains urea, which is used for softening rough patches (think heels, elbows). It actually has a quite mild smell compared to other urea-based creams.
Although it does work, I CAN'T stand the feel of the stuff after you put it on. It is super sticky for ~20 mins, and it feels weird rubbing it on because it's sticky as you apply it (did that make sense?). If it didn't have that texture, it might have gotten 5 lippies--but ahh!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This is the answer I have been looking for! My rough elbows and uber-dry feet are smooth again! Over the years I have tried lots of lotions and AHA agents, but nothing compares to this cream. A little in the morning, and I still have noticeably smoother skin when I go to bed that night. Amazing! The price isn't bad either, especially when it's on sale. Give it a a try and if you don't like it, swap it to me, lol!
Age: 44-55 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I just received a sample of this and tried it - and I DEFINITELY won't be trying it again. The strangest thing happened: As I was rubbing this into my hands, the backs of my hands started BURNING! The cream absorbed into my hands readily enough, but my hands did not feel moisturized at all. Instead they just felt like they were on fire. I quickly washed my hands with soap and tried to get as much of this stuff off my hands as I could. The burning feeling stopped soon after but my hands were red for awhile. Needless to say, a future purchase of this product is not in the cards for me.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm Hair: Red, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
On me there are no "lotion balls" when I use this, only dry/dead skin rolling off. I find this an effective exfoliant & use it at least a few times a week. My only mild gripe is that DHC claims that it moisturizes as well as exfoliates. The box packaging says something like the urea helps the skin hold moisture. I'm no chemist or dermatologist (and someone correct me if I'm wrong here), but it's my understanding that urea mainly is an exfoliant that helps promote the formation of new skin. My skin is exfoliated & feels softer because of that, but it doesn't feel moisturized. After I use this I definitely need an additional moisturizer. I would repurchase until or unless I can find a comparable or better product for a similar price. ** UPDATE ** I have discovered a lotion called Pretty Feet & Hands at my local drugstore stocked near the hand & body lotions. I think the ingredients are different, but it acts exactly like DHC's exfoliating my skin. The price is comparable & I don't have to pay shipping. While I am able to easily buy Pretty Feet & Hands at the drug store I probably won't be ordering the UR Cream from DHC.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination Hair: Other Eyes: Green
The only reason I don't rate this "worst" is because it did no harm and didn't smell. If it did any good, I'm not sure. My gripe, and the only thing I really remember is that when I used it, it pilled up and made these little "lotion balls" that I had to brush off --and they didn't want to leave! I don't think they took very much dead, dry skin with them, either. Bummer, $8 bucks wasted.