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I was sent this product for review. I'll be honest, I let it sit on my counter for a veryyy long time. I'm not sure why, other than I was confused by it. Was it a daily moisturizer? Is it just a facial SPF? It was summer [hot/humid/kansas] && the thought of putting an unknown lotion onto my face wasn't at the top of my list. I fear moisturizers that heavily advertise an SPF in them. I have oily acne prone skin, && usually SPFs are greasy...
Well my deadline loomed over my head and I knew if I didn't try it, I wouldn't be able to give a proper review [I like to try a product for 1-2 months before I review it]. I sat down at the computer and started researching this stuff. Okay, so it IS a daily moisturizer with an SPF. Got it. So I pumped some out onto the back of myyy hand. Hmm... I wasn't sure about it because it had THAT SPF lotion look to it [I know you know what I'm talking about]. I rubbed it into my skin. It melted right in, and left no residue.
Okay here it goes... I woke up one morning and decided today was the day. I washed my face, toned, then applied a pump onto my face. I lightly patted it onto my skin. This particular day I was running errands without makeup on. So I went on my way. To my surprise, my skin never got greasy that day.
Right. So no grease pan face, that's a plus! But am I going to wake up in a week with a full face of pimples because my skin hated it? Time will tell... I continued to use the product daily for a month and I tell you what, I'm very impressed with Dermalogica DSR. I never broke out [ah-mazing] && it moisturized without turning me into a grease pit. I have a seriously hard time finding daily moisturizers that pass both the pimple && grease test. Well I found one!
- medium weight
- no artificial fragrance, colors, or parabens
- long lasting hydration
- blends smoothly into skin for a perfect finish
- protects against UV light
- helps control the triggers that lead to skin aging