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on 8/10/2016 3:03:00 PM
More reviews by leungv999
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Warm
Hair: Black, Straight, Fine
This is a pretty good moisturizer with SPF in it. This wasn't meant to replace a regular sunscreen in the morning, but when I am in a rush, I put this on and run out the door. This formula is light and doesn't leave a white residue or feel greasy. It feels like I am not wearing anything. Just right. I like the pump style of this moisturizer so there is no contamination with dipping fingers in. When it nears the bottom of the bottle though, you will have to unscrew the head pump, turn the bottle upside down and slap it on your hand a few times to get the remaining cream. I find that there is probably another week of cream in there.I don't like the low UV protection of only SPF30 (the USA has a SPF50 version but not in Canada) but it's ok for occasional use. Right now, I put this on my 2 girls for school and will continue to purchase for them. For myself, I'll stick to Mentholaum Sunplay SPF50 for higher UV protection.
on 10/27/2015 5:03:00 PM
More reviews by Daisy3223
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
I have acne prone combo skin. This product doesn't break me out or clog my pores. It is more of a sunscreen than a moisturizer so if you have really dry skin you probably won't like this that much but for daily skin care, this product is one of my go-tos particularly in the summer. Product dries down quickly and isn't super greasy, a bottle will probably last you 6 months to 1 year of daily use. Fragrance: This has one, I am someone who is incredibly picky about my fragrances and I happen to love this scent, but if you have sensitive skin it could be bad. Packaging: Yay for pumps! The packaging is lightweight plastic, easy to travel with, the pump can be locked down and distributes just the right amount of product as one pump does my entire face, and the labeling is impressively sturdy. TL;DR: Classy yet utilitarian packaging, pleasant scent, more sunscreen than moisturizer, good value, personal favorite for everyday.
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on 11/12/2013 6:10:00 AM
More reviews by luckylouie
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
For years I have used, and loved, Olay Complete with SPF 15. Unfortunately the SPF 30 pills really badly on me no matter what I do. I've tried using it on clean bare skin with no serums or toner underneath and it still pills really badly on me. No idea why. For daily use in winter or when I'm staying indoors most of the day, I use the Olay SPF 15. For outdoor use I go for an SPF 50 plus product that uses a combination of chemical sunscreens and physical blockers.
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on 1/30/2013 4:50:00 PM
More reviews by GoldenMonkey
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
This is such a great product!Hitting 30 I was getting bogged down with a very complicated skin routine that I thought I needed to prevent anti ageing. I was using serums, toners, masks, eye creams, cleansers ect. I was spending ££££ on the whole range of expensive high end products. I could not understand therefore why my skin was so unhappy! Blotchy, red, dry, itchy, spotty, wrinkly, horrible. I felt embarrassed to walk out the house unless I had a full face of foundation to cover it up!My mum suggested that I was upsetting the balance of my skin and to go back to basics with a gentle cleanser and light moisturiser. Digging around in my bathroom cabinet at home I found this Olay product that I had bought not long ago and never used and I thought it looked simple and would be a good start to my new regime. I like the spf30 as I spend a lot of time outside and research says it is the sun that it is the biggest aging culprit.I like this cream as unlike pure facial sunscreens it is light and doesn't sit like a greasy mask on my face but absorbs quickly, I find it doesn't dry my face out or make it slimey to touch.I have been doing my new regime for a month now. In the morning I gently splash my face with luke warm water and then I put The Olay spf 30 essentials cream on. In the evening I use a gentle cleanser and if my skin feels a bit dry I use a little more of this cream. I will probably update this to a night cream at some point but I didn't want to over complicate things when trying to get my skin back to normal.My skin is back to what it used to be when I was in my 20's and not faffing around with it. I can now go out in public with no need for foundation. My skin is clear and comfortable. The spots have gone, the dry patches have gone and my skin looks plump and fresh.I think it goes to show that sometimes expensive face products packed full of chemicals are not what is best and that a light moisturiser with sunscreen like this Olay product is sometimes all that is needed. Very happy. I will definitly keep using this cream, especially in the summer when outside :).
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on 1/16/2013 11:08:00 PM
More reviews by Mum85
Skin: Very Oily, Medium, Warm
Hair: Black, Wavy, Coarse
This was my go to facial suncreen for years but had to change as my skin no longer could do chemical sunscreens,when I was using it,I loved it not very greasy,protected me well,no white cast or residue on my face,easy to wash off at the end of the day.the packaging is easy to use with the pump (hygienic) I think I paid $15? Very good value
on 5/19/2012 6:35:00 AM
More reviews by triotrio
Skin: Normal, Fair, Cool
Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine
I'm commenting on the new EU version. I don't know if it's a different texture and consistency than the US one, though the SS has to be better due to EU SS standards.This is one of the more affordable facial SPF 30's on the market - its difficult to get over SPF 25 for the face thats not high-end here. So the price point is accessible. And it is suprisingly moisturising - far more than my previous moisturiser Soap and Glory SPF 25, and ten times more than the Avene AntiRougeur SPF 20. My skin is normal/slightly dry.I will repurchase for those reasons. I dont have a problem with makeup, though I let it sink in for 5 mins first as it is pretty emollient. The only thing I wonder is how well it would work on oily skin - surely they would need something lighter? It is marketed as essentially for all types. I'm happier than I thought I would be with this - I can see myself using it for a long time.
on 5/15/2012 12:51:00 PM
More reviews by Afrocutie
Skin: Acne-prone, Dark, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Curly, Coarse
I have hyperpigmentation marks around my mouth and some dark spots as a reminder of a few monthly pimples. My doc suggested a SS everyday to prevent further darkening. Cool I tried MaryKay timewise SPF25 but it had no moisturising properties and I like to keep the product count on my skin to a minimum. So I tried UltraSun which had a grey cast an made me look like I had died, many good reviews for people with sensitive skin and advised for HP marks. Anyhoo, this Olay product has just come on the market in the UK. I think it took so long as the EU is really stringent with SS and Olay had to play around with their formulation. It was on sale in superdrug and I tried it, even though it is for normal/combination/dry skin and my skin leans towards oily. Only £7 to loose. It is good 2 pumps does my face and neck, it doesn't feel really greasy and dries really quickly that by the time I have moisturised my body it has settled enough to allow primer. I started using this in March and I still have lots left, but when an if the weather changes for the better I think this would be too rich for my skin. I definitely wouldn't use this on my skin on holiday. I have traveled with it but I put a bit of tape on the top to prevent any surprises.
on 7/29/2011 10:30:00 PM
More reviews by jen0farc
Skin: Oily, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Red, Other, Other
I agree with the reviewer who says this is more like a sunscreen than a moisturizer. Its ever so slightly heavy texture makes it feel a lot like a sunscreen, and then when you jump in the pool and it runs into your eyes and starts stinging, you DEFINITELY know its a sunscreen!That doesn't mean it's a terrible product, it blends well and isn't that offensive. It's just a little too oily for my skin and will be trying something a little lighter in the future.
on 10/7/2010 5:04:00 AM
More reviews by stilllovely
Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium
This is much more of a sunscreen than a daily moisturiser.It smells like a sunscreen which I find very off-putting. It isn't greasy though and provides SPF 30 which is great if you are the sun most days.
on 7/6/2010 12:32:00 PM
More reviews by keltsou
Hair: Black, Other, Other
Pills like a mofo! Not moisturizing at all. 1 lippie for the nice packaging.
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