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  • I tend to be very skeptical when buying facial moisturizers partly because I have very oily, acne-prone skin which is very prone to shine as especially in the humid tropical climate

    • by Magpie
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      This is a moisturizer that was recommended by the staff at Kiehl’s for oily skin. The main ingredients in it are Salicylic Acid, Cinnamon Bark extract and Ginger Root extract for ‘oily, blemish-prone skin’.

      I tend to be very skeptical when buying facial moisturizers partly because I have very oily, acne-prone skin which is very prone to shine as especially in the humid tropical climate. But I have to say, this is the first moisturizer which has satisfied all my my criteria. I use it in


      the morning before I head out and again at night before I go to sleep. In the mornings I find that this provides the perfect amount of moisture for my skin before putting makeup on (despite having very oily skin I do get patches of dry skin around my face). This moisturizer takes care of the patches so that I get an even application from my foundation. I’ve had days where I was in a rush and forgot to apply the moisturizer before I put ...

      • my foundation on and there is a huge difference- my skin tends to get shiny much faster without the moisturizer. When I use it at night, I wake up with soft skin and without an oil slick on my face - very pleasant to look at in the mornings!

        My only gripe about this is it does not contain SPF, so people who are looking for 2-in-1 products would not find it with this one. Also it claims to help clear blemishes and make your pores

        look smaller - both of which I did not notice.

        Also, a word of warning for people who don’t have very oily skin - this may not be moisturizing enough for you. I’ve had friends with oily skin who’ve borrowed it a couple of times and complain that it doesn’t do anything for them. It’s got ‘montmorillonite’ in it which is a form of clay which I guess contributes to it’s oil absorbing powers. I guess this is a niche product for people with really oily skin.




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