iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $4.16 (23% off)
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not good for my sensitive skin
Posted by Reviewer2911940 on Jun 15, 2010
Used for about three days and had to stop. It made my skin itchy and red.
Posted by Reviewer1131840 on Mar 13, 2009
too greasy and thick
Extremely thick, greasy, smelly
Posted by Reviewer2508416 on Sep 24, 2008
SPF seems to work, moisturizing is good, but it's SO thick, I'm not sure how I'm going to get it out of the bottle once it starts getting down farther. It's more of a cream. Also goes on a bit greasy; adds that morning "shine". The smell is subtle, but occasionally a bit pungent when it's right there under your nose.
too creamy for me
Posted by Reviewer1311340 on Sep 01, 2011
I found that there was too creamy...
Posted by Reviewer2885970 on Feb 26, 2012
it says moisturizer but when you get it you will see it's more of a sun block..ingredients are not well mixed. white gooey and grainy stuff separated from oily liquid..i don't recommend it
Posted by 4685326873256908141 on Jun 09, 2013
This cream is like a sunblock. Your face gets all white, and you have to use some force to rub it in to your face.
Good product..highly recommended
Posted by 5136634441197184896 on May 23, 2014
This is the healthiest and most effective cream I've found for my face. It goes on thick, yes, and white and I blend it in with shea butter. It protects my skin and stays with me all day and is perfect for my aging skin. I've had a bad case of eczema and it has helped heal it. The vitamin C addition is great... packed with nourishing and healing ingredients!
Posted by Reviewer3247779 on Sep 19, 2012
Another EXCELLENT product made by beauty Without Cruelty. This is a beauiful, rich facial cream with SPF to boot!!! A little goes a long way. Another Beauty without Cruelty favouriet of mine.
Stop the cruelty to animals!
Posted by Reviewer2094656 on May 23, 2008
This product is very good. Moisturizers really well.
Posted by Reviewer3050987 on Jul 04, 2009
works well, not moisturizing enough for dry skin, though