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Dry Sensitive Skin Formula. Effectively Heals & Moisturizes.
A highly effective skin protectant with a non-irritating formula that absorbs quickly to leave skin feeling smooth and soft. Clinically proven to relieve dry sensitive skin and designed not to clog pores. Free of lanolins, fragrances, and parabens that can sensitize or irritate skin.
As with many products these days that work well and have a loyal customer base, it seems the company has chosen to discontinue the product. Seems to be a trend. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Cribbj
I have been using this for 25 years. I replaced Lancôme with this because Lancôme broke me out. It has been wonderful. My skin is clean and fresh with very few wrinkles. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kurt Olson
I purchased it long while ago and very satisfied the product and the service of Amazon. It is good for sensitive skin.Published 5 months ago by Yali Li
Great Product!!!!! Excellent for sensitive skin and dry skin. It always helps all areas. I buy a few at a time, so I won't run out.Published 8 months ago by Susan N. Cohen
I'm 54 years old, and in the last four years have developed dry, flaky skin around my nose. It gets especially bad when I use face makeup. Read morePublished 11 months ago by S. Emigh
A celeb makeup artist that I've worked with recommended this to me. (I asked why her clients always looked as if their skin was glowing. Read morePublished 11 months ago by NYShopper105
I have used this cream for many years.i use it manly for the eye area. I use it morning and night. A little bit goes a long way. Read morePublished 23 months ago by ugadawg
I don't use it during the day or in summer. But every autumn when we turn on the heat, I start smoothing on Moisturel at night. Read morePublished on October 30, 2011 by Patto
Years ago, I was prescribed this product to treat a dry skin rash. For the first time, I could use a perfume-free cream that does not smell like glue. Read morePublished on September 15, 2009 by D. Joshua