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Avene Tolerance Extreme Emulsion 50ml is rated out of 5 by 9.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cara284 from Love!!! Nourishing but doesn’t leave my face shiny. Enough said.
Date published: 2021-02-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by Beccccks from Staple in my routine Love the consistency of this cream. Not too thick and glides onto the skin nicely. It’s moisturising yet not greasy or heavy, despite my oily combo skin it’s not caused me to break out. This is a great one if you are looking for a simple, comfortable moisturiser that does the job
Date published: 2021-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by frenchgirl from perfect daily moisturiser this is really a "back to basics" moisturiser. It's simple, high tolerance, fragrance free etc. I tend to use many products on my skin and this is really great to either finish a routine with lots of steps, or simply give your skin "a break".
Date published: 2021-02-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by lvakq from Simple but effective I have combination, sensitive skin and it is actually quite hard to find something that doesn't make my skin angry. I had been using Avène's Hydrance Light Emulsion till recently, but turns out it contains silicones, as well as ingredients which can promote fungal acne, and is scented -- I was concerned these might be doing harm. After some digging on Skincarisma I found this product, which is, wait for it: cruelty-free, scent-free, silicone-free, alcohol-free, paraben-free, EU-allergen-free, sulfate-free, fungal-acne-safe. So, woah basically. A straightforward moisturiser with minimal ingredients, and safe for the most sensitive types out there. Additionally, the tube is really neat. I've never seen a system like this, I assume the 'sterile cosmetics' logo refers to it. Essentially as you squeeze, the cream passes through the (comparatively long) head, a circular disk thing raises from the end of it, and the cream then come out. It's hard to describe, but basically nothing including your fingers comes into contact with the cream inside the tube; even with the cap open, you do not have direct access to the inside. TL;DR as hygenic as a pump except not a pump The texture is nice, and again I haven't encountered a cream with this exact consistency (including other lightweights, such as the Hydrance previously mentioned). It's creamy but once you being spreading becomes more liquidy, but still somewhat textured? Hard to describe, but it's nice. Sinks in fairly well. I use it at night and can feel it somewhat on my skin (as in, it doesn't disappear totally; but I've never found any moisturiser that truly disappears anyway. Maybe they're not suppose to do that). Does not feel like it's clogging anything or that it's sticky. A tad pricey for the size I suppose, but I haven't found anything else like this so I'm going to stick to it!
Date published: 2019-11-05