L'Oreal • Dermo-Expertise Revitalift Night Cream • Moisturizers
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This is supposed to be a night cream but I use it as a day cream. It's very light for a night cream but it is very greasy and doesn't absorb very easily, so I always have to blot off the excess. I got it a long time ago and only started using it in the past few months. I don't remember what I paid but since it's from Loreal I'm sure it's quite affordable. I will not buy it again though because I'm looking for a good night cream that's far more moisturizing.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Red, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I received a sample of this product. It wasn't moisturizing enough for my very dry skin, but it didn't irritate as many moisturizers do.
What I really dislike about this cream is the very strong fragrance. I don't know why fragrance needs to be added to face cream, since it's a major sensitizer.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Tan, Neutral Hair: Brown, Curly, Medium Eyes: Brown
I like this pretty much as a moisturizer at night.My skin gets pretty dry and this stuff makes my skin feel smooth and soft! And thats about it....Good for use in the cold and drier months not in the summer cuz its kinda heavy imo. A good moisturizer and nothing more imo...
Age: Unknown Skin: Normal, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Update: I started getting little white bumps all over my face. I don't know if it's the result of this product or another product that I just started using at the same time (Neutrogena spf 45 heliplex health defense lotion)... but nonetheless, the little whiteheads all over my face may be caused by this product. Plus, the strong artificial smell/scent and the fact that it stings my eyes can only mean that it can't be all that good for skin!
I do not like the smell. The product is extremely thick and has a strong scent. It leaves a film of cream on my face before I go to sleep. When I wake up, the film of cream is gone. It's okay. I suppose it moisturizes. I mean, I can't say that it doesn't moisturize or that it dries out my skin... because it sure doesn't dry out my skin. But, I'm not a huge fan of the heavy perfume-like scent and the fact that it doesn't absorb very easily into my skin, hence the layer of cream on skin before bed. Overall, I'm probably going to try other brands to see if there are other products that absorb easier into my skin, has less of strong artificial scent, and just feel more comfortable on my skin.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Olive Hair: Other Eyes: Green
Okay, I really love this cream. I've gone through pretty much every drugstore cream I can find with retinol in it because I want a retinol cream but am not ready to take it to a prescription level yet. I haven't really had any problems with the other creams, but I don't know that they were doing anything, either--that is why I kept switching brands. This cream is slightly thick, white, and doesn't smell like anything to me. When I opened the jar and saw how thick the product was, I really thought it would probably break me out, especially because I already had a pretty bad breakout of cystic acne when I began using this product. My skin cleared up very quickly after I started using this cream, though. I don't know if the Revitalift cleared up my skin, but I do know that my skin looks great lately. It looks clear and--yes--glowy. I haven't changed anything else with my skincare or makeup or anything else in my life lately, so I think it actually could be this product (I've never had a skincare product improve my skin this way--usually I just try to find something that won't break me out or make me too oily or too dry). I'll keep using this until it stops working.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
This cream is a disappointment. Packaging is nice and presentable and I love having it on display in my bathroom but the product is useless. The cream takes a while to absorb and it leaves a fine film of residue on my face -- I feel it come off when I wash my face in the morning. After about a week of using this, my forehead broke out in tiny whiteheads. Lucky for me, I got this on sale for $8 so not a huge loss here. Obviously I will not repurchase. In fact, I will stay away from L'oreal entirely for a while, as this is not the first time that their beauty products have irritated my skin. I'm going back to Olay Regenerist Continuous Night Recovery Moisturizing Treatment.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
The product packaging is quite pretty, but is not an anti-wrinkle product at all. I use it at night before I sleep on my neck, face and chest area. The product takes super long to absorb and smells a little weird, but not to the point where you can't stand it. I'm usually in too much of a rush in the mornings to notice if it absorbs well or not...
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Black
I happened to use this product a week whilst staying at my BF's place. I do not find it too oily , as I have dehydrated skin, but at the end of the week, I find tiny bumps on my cheeks (I have combi skin). Definitely a sign that the product is too rich for me, even for my dry cheek area. There's also increase in tiny bumps on my forehead and chin, and I have to start with acne treatment for the next few days, I guess.
I don't find it good nor give me any glow the next day either. Won't purchase again.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I'm surprised by all of the negative reviews. I actually really like this night cream. it's true, the scent isn't totally appealing, but it just smells like cold cream which isn't the worst thing in the world. I also have to agree that it does feel a bit greasy for a while after you put it on. BUT, I can't argue with how great my skin looks after a week or so of use. I went in search of something with retinol (didn't much have the inclination to go to the derm to get a RX for retinoids). This was the only moisturizer on the shelf that had it aside from Neutrogena which I've never had good luck with, so I grabbed it. I've been using it every night and when I wake up in the morning my skin is super soft. My blemishes have started to clear up and my face looks a bit brighter. It's not a miracle product (what is, after all?), but I've seen a noticeable improvement. I haven't even had to wear foundation the last few days. For $15, I'm fully satisfied with this product.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I wanted to start taking care of my neck and chest area so purchased the Advanced Revitalift Night Cream. It’s an unscented, thicker cream – and by unscented, we mean that doesn't smell like anything except that it smells heavily like a cream (not pleasant).
The consistency is also really thick which I thought was be a good thing only it's not. It doesn't absorb into the skin, it just sort of sits on top of my skin leaving me feeling like I've been sweating in my sleep when I wake up. Definitely not good and I definitely won't be purchasing this again.