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I’ve been using this product for about three months now, and I’d like to blog a little about it.
I ran out of my trusty The Body Shop Vitamin E Moisture Cream, and I didn’t want to buy it again at full price without any sales being on. I came across this range by Olay on Amazon (I honestly spend too much time on there) that was going at a discounted price of £13.50 for both the Day and Night cream, and I jumped at the chance since I’ve heard great reviews about it.
Olay claims that the cream is unscented- though I find the day cream does have the strong smell of sunblock to it (sniff it at a sample counter and you will know what I mean)
I like the night moisturiser a lot more because it’s lighter on the skin- the day cream leaves my face feeling very sticky and oily, which I guess is due to the fact I’m not used to wearing makeup or product on my face.
The day cream is good under foundation and I find it does help to even out skintone. It stings a little when I get really bad hormonal acne during the time of the month.
I found that with regular application of the day/night cream, my acne subsided somewhat for 4~5 weeks, which was quite a pleasant surprise for me as it’s not really something that the product is advertise to help with.
The acne was back with a vengeance after that, though (and also partly due to stress and my itchy fingers), so I would say it helps with acne for the first few weeks of application.
It will not help with hormonal acne, though, but it does leave your skin feeling moisturised and refreshed. I much prefer the night cream and confess to skipping the day cream on hot days even though I know I should have something with SPF on!
Overall Rating (3.5/5)
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I’ve been lusting after these for so long, but they weren’t available in my country :((( so, I decided to take a leap of faith and join a spree, and got five bottles! I’ve already given away the other two before I thought of taking photos, but that’s fine because the other two have colours that don’t quite match! *colour-anal photographer here*
Anyway, the ones I got were (from L-R): Sweet Pea, Vanilla Berry Sorbet, Fresh Picked Apple Blossoms and the other two are Midnight Pomegranate and Fresh Picked Garden Herbs.
I should add that I got these for their scent and not for bacteria-busting purposes, so don’t expect me to review about how much it helps me to keep my hands clean blahblahblah… BECAUSE I DON’T USE THEM ON MY HANDS! (whoops)
My absolute favourites are Vanilla Berry Sorbet and Fresh Picked Garden Herbs (which I gave to my bf)! Vanilla Berry Sorbet reminds me of a very sweet and sexy smell, and I love it! It might be a bit strong for some people though, but for that same reason it lasts longer and lingers beautifully on me for hours and hours!
I might be a bit biased because it’s the scent I’ve been looking for for like forever since I smelled it on my classmate and she refused to let me know what it was ＞△＜ so HA, I got it anyway! (I can’t use it in school because of her though 😦 )
Fresh Picked Garden Herbs is a sweet, fresh, clean scent with a bit of a spicy tinge… And it’s subtle yet strong- I really can’t begin to describe it! I keep stealing it back from him to use so technically it’s still mine haha ≧▽≦ did I mention how much I love spicy scents?!
I had high expectations for sweet pea because I’ve seen raves about it in reviews, but it was too strong and sweet and floral and I hated it. It lingers too long for my liking because I don’t like how it smells. Doesn’t work well with my body chemistry so I’m thinking about giving it away.
Fresh Picked Apple Blossoms is a nice, inoffensive scent. It’s pleasant enough, but not something that would make me go ‘WOW!’ It doesn’t smell like apples. I have no idea how apple blossoms smell like though.
Midnight Pomegranate is just a intense sweet musk. Meh. It’s like a muskier, edgier version of sweet pea. Too old for me.
So that’s it for my very short review! If you haven’t realised yet, I’m switching to short posts I can type out on the go since I’m so busy right now 😦 hope you guys support me all the same!