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on 4/29/2016 5:45:00 PM
More reviews by KatieLR
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Combination, Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
I bought this as I love the Simple range. I have very sensitive skin and it's one of very few skincare brands that don't irritate and burn my skin. The consistency of this product is slightly gel like, it has a very light and bouncy texture. Easy to apply and smells lovely! I have a lot of natural redness around my jaw line and this cream has helped to soothe and make this less apparent. So far so good, skin looks glowy and feels very smooth. What I would say is however, if you have very oily skin this probably isn't for you, I do find that for a day cream it is oily/greasy, although it does dry fairly quickly. I have combination skin and it has helped to hydrate the drier areas on my face. Will define re-purchase!
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on 1/10/2015 3:17:00 PM
More reviews by aaventura
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Probably one of the best moisturizers I've found for my skin so far. I repurchased it several times because I always found it on sale at Bed, Bath & Beyond for a few bucks and because it worked really well for my skin. Not greasy, absorbs quickly, leaves my skin soft and doesn't break me out. I'm trying to adjust my routine to cruelty-free, and unfortunately the parent company of Simple tests on animals, so I will not be repurchasing. Also, this product disappeared from my local stores so it's about time for a switch anyway.
on 6/16/2014 9:35:00 PM
More reviews by lesliegauvin
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
I've used this product once or twice a week for the last 2 months and I only use it that often because I can only wear it when I'm at home not wearing make-up. If I tried to wear it under make-up my face would become very greasy. Upon initial application I always felt a cool, mild noxema type sensation and my face would be sensitive for a few hours after but it would eventually go away, didn't really think anything of it. Until yesterday. I took a shower and I washed my face with Neutrogena Oil Free Acne wash with 2% salicylic acid which I've used for the last 5-6 years faithfully. Apparently, adding this Simple, perfume free, no dye skin vitamin moisturizer turned out to be recipe for disaster! I have NEVER in the 41 years I've been alive ever had such a reaction to any product(s) I've ever used. I've used many acne treatments, acne creams, gels, different types of moisturizers and nothing ever close to this. My face, still since yesterday, feels like I have the worst sunburn and my skin looks angry to say the least. I started researching the active ingredients to this product Homosalate 12% is the sunscreen formed from an ester (chemical compound) of salicylic acid (yikes!) Ironic how this is supposed to protect my skin from sun damage, yet the chemicals burned my face just the same without the UV rays. (thanks) The second ingredient Octisalate 5%, a chemical is an oil soluble ingredient used in sunscreen products to absorb the full spectrum of UVA rays. sunscreen manufactured by combining an ester of salicylic acid. (More!!!???) Avobenzone 3% is an oil soluble ingredient used in sunscreen products to absorb the full spectrum of UVA rays.(there's the greasy oily component) and last but not least Octocrylene 2.7 % It is a viscous, oily liquid that is clear and colorless. Works as a sunscreen and often causes dermatitis is children. Octocrylene is absorbed into the skin and has been shown in some studies to promote generation of potentially harmful free radicals. An increased concentration of free radicals might have contributed to the increased incidence of malignant melanoma in sunscreen-users compared to non-users. These my friends are just a few of the facts. I'm not big on reading labels, I try to keep it simple, (no pun intended) but here's another example of luring the consumer to read "Sensitive Skin Experts" "Kind to Skin" "Perfume and Dye Free" and our world that now pushes "Organic" more than ever, we read the label and feel it's sounds safe. Well. Clearly, it's not. Live and learn. I'm not blaming anyone but myself for not looking more closely at what I'm putting on my face. I spent the time to write this after searching for reviews and thought if my input can help one person not do what I just did, then it was worth my time.
on 1/28/2014 2:58:00 PM
More reviews by ms_kevala
Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool
Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine
I bought this on clearance for $2.50, figuring I had nothing to lose. I'd have been better off saving my money.The good: it did not make me break out.The bad: everything else. The first thing I noticed was the unsanitary, bacteria-attracting jar packaging. A product that's supposed to be good for sensitive skin should not be packaged this way. But occasionally there are good products in jars, so I figured that I could dump the stuff into an empty pump-bottle. This product was not worth the effort, though. The texture is that of cheap, greasy sunscreen. Despite the greasy feeling, though, it does not moisturize nearly as well as even most cheap moisturizers. I have combination skin that's sensitive, gets dry, and breaks out easily. This left me with lots of dry patches, even when I used a lot of it. It smells funky and sunscreen-like as well. I almost never throw things out, but I tossed this in the trash after trying to make it work for a week.
on 12/6/2013 7:53:00 PM
More reviews by larosedechanel
Skin: Oily, Medium Brown, Warm
Hair: Black, Curly, Medium
Kind to Skin Vital Vitamin Day Cream with SPF 15 from Simple wasn't that great. I wanted to like this moisturizer, & I had high hopes for it. I expected it to be better. Unfortunately, I don't think I'm going to buy another. It's neither the best nor the worst moisturizer. I could live without it though.I don't recommend this if you have oily skin like I do. It's way too greasy for oily skin. Instead, use Simple Hydrating Light Moisturizer &/or their Protecting Light Moisturizer. Because of how this moisturizer feels & looks on my face, I can't wear it on the street or underneath makeup. It doesn't ever absorb into my face. It just sits on top of my skinâ€¦ the greasy residue is too much for me to deal with. It doesn't hydrate me without making me oily (well, oilier than I already am). I usually love this line; I have several other products, but I won't buy this again. I'm going to finish it up the jar for the vitamins, SPF, & hydrating benefits.Note: I've read other reviews & have noticed myself that Vital Vitamin Day Cream does separate, so shake the jar before applying it & don't sit it on anything nice or important because the oiliness transfers & leaks
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on 7/14/2013 11:56:00 PM
More reviews by HeatherDiva
Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium
Save your money if you're looking for hydration. This is gluey feeling, like regular sunscreen. Might as well just use regular sunscreen, then!
on 7/13/2013 12:02:00 PM
More reviews by rsutri
Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm
Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium
This is my go-to line of products. I had acne prone skin since middle school, and this is finally what subdued it and made my skin flawless! FLAWLESS. Once I started using this product, I also started using a gentle and natural skin care routine, so if you all have issues with this product on sensitive skin...maybe try oil cleansing? My only qualm with this product is the packaging. It's not that I find it unsanitary but I find that it separates in the jar and it leaks out everywhere! Obviously it's not ideal, but, hey! I do what I gots ta. Also, if it looks greasy on your skin, it might be because you use too much. For my whole face I don't cover my forefingers tip. Only use a couple of drops!
on 3/29/2013 9:56:00 PM
More reviews by MarcelineVampireQueen
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I love this day cream. It's very light and not greasy at all, and works well as a general moisturizer underneath makeup. It smells fairly pleasant and I like that it has SPF. The only down-side is the packaging which is a small pot that isn't quite as hygienic as a pump-style applicator would be.
on 1/21/2013 5:59:00 PM
More reviews by sarahdbillingsley
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
This moisturizer has a lot of flaws. I have very sensitive skin, which is why I bought it in the first place. The product is super thick, greasy, and does not go on well under makeup. It made my face red and caused some small red bumps to appear within 30 minutes of being on my face. I tried it out for a couple days just to be sure it was this product causing a reaction and nothing else in my skin routine, and sure enough it was the culprit. It also dried out my skin horribly.The packaging is really cheap and unsanitary. It's a plastic jar with a screw lid, meaning you're constantly dipping your fingers into this thick gooey mess.Not a fan.
on 1/7/2013 11:18:00 PM
More reviews by MissusJones
Skin: Dry, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Blond, Curly, Other
I really like this cream! I love being pleasantly surprised by drugstore products...and this one was a great find! I had run out of my regular day cream while out of town for work, and where I was staying only boasted a Walmart Supercenter and a few dollar stores. I chose this because the night before I had read an article by a renowned MUA who was very excited by this line of products. The cream seems a bit greasy at first, but in about 10 minutes time it all sinks in and my face is left extremely soft...and I swear this stuff makes me glow! My husband even noticed (which is pretty big news lol! He never notices things like that). I've actually been using it as my day moisturizer quite frequently lately...passing up what used to be my high end HG day cream! This cream does have a scent but I find it very pleasant and clean. Only two complaints: if you get too close to your eyes, watch out because this stuff stings and makes my eyes water forever if I slip up...and secondly, the packaging isn't super. It comes in a thin, cheap, plastic jar and the lid unscrews easily if its jostled too much...but for $9.99, Ill overlook the container to use the wonderful product inside! Would definitely recommend!
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