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Eucerin Ultra Sensitive Soothing Care Normal to Combination Skin 50ml is rated out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by veroniquez from amazing amazing product for my sensitive combination skin! after applying it for a week, my T zone stops oozing grease in the morning anymore
Date published: 2018-05-14
Rated 4 out of 5 by HydrationSeeker from I searched for months for a moisturiser that would suit my sensitive, acne prone, oily when dehydrated or irritated, PIH, skin type. I had a retinol product waiting in the wings but I couldn't start using till I found a moisturiser that my skin would like. Previously I'd just used an oil but I needed more. Not easy with a phenoxyethanol sensitivity and other common ingredient sensitivites. I saw this moisturiser for normal/combination skin (the dry skin one is full of pore cloggers for me) range and took a chance, this was over a year ago. Sooo glad I did as it layers well, doesn't pile under liquid nor powder foundation, plays nice with skin treatments the list goes on. I use it primarily at night as my moisturising step, serum > treatment > 1 full pump of this moisturiser over face and neck > oil. (I buffer treatments with a little serum. It works for me) In the morning I use a tiny bit as an eyecream and a little more on my neck. It sinks into my skin and doesn't make my skin oily at all. For thirsty skin this is not a stand alone product but it is a steady work horse in an ensemble, I find it great. I get 3 - 4 months of use out of a 50ml pump, which is good to know as the airless pump is totally opaque. Great for preserving light sensitive ingredients, not so great to work out how much is left. Would definitely recommend. It is my bland bae.
Date published: 2018-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by REB7 from A lightweight cream highly recommend Not greasy but enough moisturising in winter. Ideal for combination skin whose natural barrier of skin is weak. It provides instant soothing effect after I wash my face (cheek always get red). Overall I love it.
Date published: 2017-02-01