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i just picked this up at shoppers drug mart in canada, ive never seen any eucerin face moisturizers there before, only body ones so when i noticed this i snatched it right away. far as i can tell it looks like the closest thing we have to eucerin skin renewal. anyone tried it though? im gonna tonight, just wondering if anyone had good or bad experience with it.

the ingredients are:

wwater, urea, glycerin, caprylic, triglyceride, cyclomethicone, dimethicone, penteaerythrityl, tetraisotrearte, trisotearin, cetyl alcohol, sodium lactate, glyceryl stearate, benzyl alcohol, PEG-40 stearate, methylparaben, lactic acid, lanolin alcohol, phenoxyethanol, biosaccharaide gum-1, butylparaben, ethylparaben, isobutylparaben, propylparaben.

since it says lactic acid there does that mean it's an alpha hydroxy moisturizer?

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this stuff actually turned out to be really good, it's similar to neutrogena healthy skin but not as strong of an acid so it doesn't make you flake. It also absorbs instantly and leaves my skin way softer with a small amount than I got with any amount of neutrogena oil free moisturizer without aha.

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I use it! And so do a lot of other people on the regimen in the UK on here. Its really good for me aswell, and unbeatable at getting rid of the dryness, and small enough to keep in my handbag! :)

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