PRODUCT REVIEW: OLAY'S TOTAL EFFECTS 7 IN 1 DAY CREAM
I usually do not use day creams because it feels heavy and warm on my face that I prefer using moisturizers instead. Most day creams that I tried are too thick and creamy. The only problem is that most moisturizers do not contain sun protection.
I got this sample from Sample Room and decided to try it again. Just to see if I will still feel the same about using day creams.
Type: Day Cream (Total Effects)
Weight: 20g (Also available in 50g)
Product Description: Total Effects fights 7 signs of ageing.
1. Fine lines and wrinkles: Reduces the appearance of the line and wrinkles.
2. Uneven tone: Balances and evens out skin tone.
3. Age spots: Reduces appearance of age spots.
4. Uneven Texture: Smoothes and evens out skin texture.
5. Dryness: Provides nourishing moisturization.
6. Dullness: Gives skin a healthy radiance.
7. Pores: Minimizes the appearance of pores.
How To Use: (Taken from the box) Apply liberally to cleansed dace and neck twice a day. Avoid contact with eyes. Do not stay too long in the sun, even while using a sunscreen product. Not to be used for children under three years of age. This exclusive formula is non-comedogenic, oil free and fast absorbing, suitable for all skin types.
One thing I love about pumping the product out of the bottle, I noticed that it smells so good. Its light and relaxing when I inhale it.
The Olay day cream is lighter than other products that I used. I can use it under my makeup but application of liquid foundation is a little harder with the use of this Day Cream underneath.
It has a sun protection of SPF15. It gives a natural glowing look on skin. No break-outs noted.
It feels sticky on skin even after it was absorbed. It also feels a little warm even when I am inside an air-conditioned room. It stings my eyes when I sweat and a drop falls into my eyes even though I did not put any Olay day cream near and around my eyes.
Buy again? 90%
Overall Rating: 4/5
Price: 389php (50g = 789php)
Where to buy? Any local department stores, pharmacies and drug stores.