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#1 essex11

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Posted 03 January 2014 - 04:23 PM

Hi so I'm thinking of using Olay complete care sensitive day fluid SPF 15 in the morning part of my regimen. I'm currently using cetaphil mosituriser, its good but just a bit think and takes a while to absorb. I will continue to use cetaphil at night because it is very good at moisturising effectively.

 

Has anyone tried the Olay product?

 

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Posted 04 January 2014 - 08:24 AM

so I applied this this morning and it seemed to sting and burn my face to crap. Cetaphil did this when I first applied it though so it might just be that. Will give it a while to get use to though and see



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Posted 04 January 2014 - 03:43 PM

This stuff has basically made my far feel irritated all day. I just applied the BP and my face burns like crap. Hasn't burnt like that in ages. Not sure whether to just not use this stuff or not

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Posted 06 January 2014 - 08:32 PM

Hi essex11,

Is it that you're particularly looking for a moisturiser with SPF?

If it's not SPF you're after, then maybe try eucerin.I just switched from cetaphil to eucerin, and am glad I did.

I purchased the 2 'replenishing' face creams by eucerin with 5% urea (one is a night version, the other is just the normal one). Personally I find the normal one soaks in quicker than cetaphil and moisturises my skin better too. The night one is a bit greasy but if it's for night time use then I'm not bothered by this.

Little pricey £10-£11 each
in Boots but worth it I feel.

Hope that's of some use if you're not too fussed re SPF.

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Posted 08 January 2014 - 12:21 PM

Hi essex11,

Is it that you're particularly looking for a moisturiser with SPF?

If it's not SPF you're after, then maybe try eucerin.I just switched from cetaphil to eucerin, and am glad I did.

I purchased the 2 'replenishing' face creams by eucerin with 5% urea (one is a night version, the other is just the normal one). Personally I find the normal one soaks in quicker than cetaphil and moisturises my skin better too. The night one is a bit greasy but if it's for night time use then I'm not bothered by this.

Little pricey £10-£11 each
in Boots but worth it I feel.

Hope that's of some use if you're not too fussed re SPF.

Thanks the the advice. It wasn't particularly the spff I was looking for but I think my skin has got used to it now and its not stinging. If i'm not happy with it in a few weeks I will have a go on the eucerin. :)





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