As they say, YMMV. I was looking for a new overnight moisturizer after my Lumene one got dc'd. This got stellar reviews elsewhere and I was impressed by the ingredient list, but after using 3/4 of the jar, I'm no longer impressed. Why? The cream stung a bit every single time I used it, which is not uncommon with niacinamide, an ingredient my skin usually likes. But it never went away, and I would've tolerated a bit of sting if my skin looked great in the morning, but it never did. It looked ok, but not especially smooth or nourished, and I often found dry patches. Then one day I noticed the skin on my nose looked red, also not a good sign. So I pulled it out of my lineup and I'll finish the jar as a hand cream.
A happy ending: I bought a jar of a slightly different Lumene cream, and my skin already looks calmer and smoother after 3 nights of use, and no dry patches. It's called Lumene Valo Nordic-C Sleeping Cream.