This is a product for dry skin. Mine leans towards rosacea sometimes, but that's usually caused by lifestyle factors or by exfoliating too much. I haven't used drugstore skincare in almost 20 years (I use natural stuff from either Whole Foods or high end lines or make my own). But, the teenager in me who grew up using drugstore stuff was always curious about this line, so I decided to try it out. I actually think both of the moisturizers are pretty great! It does have a kind of fruity fragrance, but in my experience it doesn't burn or cause irritation and it's kind of pleasurable (again, it's the kid in me that likes it).
I like layering this over an oil serum for day. I have pretty dry skin and can handle moisture. I find that a moisturizer, on its own, never does the job (regardless of who made it), so I always layer products to begin with. My skin loves oils, so the fact that this product is oil derived is a blessing. Everyone's skin is different. I love that this doesn't have silicones or petrochemicals in it. I wish more drugstore companies would take Neutrogena's lead and then maybe I would start shopping drugstore again!
Very, very affordable, too. Especially if you buy it online. I definitely recommend this. The finish is nice for makeup, too. It's not greasy.
*****EDIT: so, I loved this moisturizer at first, but I noticed that after a couple of weeks of using it, my face would burn everytime i put it on. So, I stopped using it for a couple of months but kept it around. In the fall I tried using it again, and at first it was love. But then, a few days later, my face again started to sting. I looked up the ingredients in more depth and discovered that gluconolactone is a mild exfoliating acid. I have very sensitive skin, so I can't handle acids, enzymes, retinoids, anything like that. Surely that was the cause. It's too bad, because for a while this really made my skin look great!