iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $3.53 (24% off)
A nice all-round moisturizer
Posted by Reviewer3063845 on Jan 15, 2015
This E cream makes your skin super soft, a great cream. A bit runny though so have to be careful with not getting out too much product at once!
Posted by Reviewer2755440 on Apr 01, 2014
Just started to use. It doesnt abosorb immediatley, but the effect is very good. Smell is pleasant, bearly can feel it.
Posted by 5037832398067433546 on Aug 28, 2013
this cream is very nourishing she's perfect for winter but not moisturizing for me i have a very dehydrated skin .i use it for my hands .
Strong smell, very nice cream
Posted by 5356871390337071752 on Feb 20, 2013
The smell is apparently natural (I checked the ingredients) and my friend thought it reminded him of Malaysia. However it took me a week to get used to, because its quite strong. So if you're smell-sensitive, you might get another one.
not for face in the summer
Posted by miracle on Aug 07, 2012
This one is very oily, I feel it like mask when apply to face. It's good for winter, for use after sunburns, and it's better to wash it out after 20-30 minutes.
Now Foods, Solutions, Vitamin E Cream 28,000 IU, 4 fl oz (118 ml) review
Posted by 1Petra on Apr 09, 2012
a really great product.I gave 4 stars because I cant use it on face in day time, its too shinny.but I think its normal because of vitamin E.great for hands,age spots faded.will buy again. Update: bought again its what I use for my hands always its in my handbag.great price for such a quantity.
Now food Solutions Vitamin e cream 28.000 iu. 188ml
Posted by Reviewer1858420 on Jan 31, 2012
really nice cream
Posted by Reviewer1324023 on Jan 17, 2012
I use this cream for 1 year and its a must
Now Foods , Solutions, Vitamin E Cream, 28,000 IU
Posted by Reviewer1145186 on Jan 11, 2012
This is a fairly heavy cream - too heavy for use on my face - but healing for raw lesions with a good amount of Vit E.
Posted by Reviewer2998744 on Nov 25, 2011
I use it both for hands and face sometimes. The scent is a little bit specific - like oil or something.