For me it was a nice try with this product.
The texture is interesting but I think it looks more like a cream that a fluid. Pleasant fragrance, fortunately because it's tough.
The benefits: my skin is moisturized and uniform. *Care for sensitive skin with retinol.
I have been trying a lot of retinol products, lately. I am in my mid 30's and look young..but I do have some sun damage on my face! (light brown "sun" spots) I also occasionally get acne. I find this to be one of the better retinol products I have tried..now, they have all seemed to work for me, so far.. but this one is mid-price range, (some can be closer to $100+), it doesn't feel AS "greasy" as other retinol creams I have tried, and the scent! It is NOT offensive. I have tried some really awful smelling retinol creams, and this is not one of them. There is a light scent, at first..I find it to be tolerable..and it disappears shortly after application. Overall, I have found this to be one of the better retinol creams I have tried. So much so, that I wrote a review on this product. Apart from my fine lines fading, my comedones are also clearing up, my pores appear smaller, and my skin tone appears brighter & more even. If you are unsure about trying a retinol product (some people can be really sensitive to retinol), you can always tell the beauty advisor (I know that Shoppers Drug Mart beauty boutiques, and Sephora stores are really good at giving out samples) that you would like to try a sample of a retinol cream, before you buy..so that you can test your sensitivity to the product. Sephora will always give out samples, and unless they're "having a bad day" at shoppers drug mart, they will give you a sample. You can also try asking at beauty counters at the Bay, Sears, possibly Holt Renfrew (however, the location that *was* in my city was horrid!), etc.
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