scent: unscented – very light natural scent
consistency: thick, easily-spreadable cream. thicker than lotion, thinner than butter. somewhat noticeable (waxy, not greasy/oily) on skin’s surface.
packaging: white squeezable packet with screw on cap (1oz), white squeezable tube with screw on cap (2oz), white plastic jar with screw on lid (6oz)
from manufacturer: apply head-to-toe. meant for severely dry, scaly skin due to harsh winter weather, aggressive cosmetic treatments or any of the following conditions: psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, irritant eczema, allergic eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, keratosis pilaris.
my suggestions: I don’t disagree, but I only use it on my face since I don’t need it for my body.
type: no parabens, sulfates, phthalates, harsh chemicals, or colorants. contains synthetic materials.
sensitivity: allergy-tested, dermatologist-recommended, safe for sensitive skin
list: see manufacturer here.
ease of application: very easy – requires no experience or tools
amount needed: dime-sized to scant nickel-sized, depending on dryness level (face)
lasting power: this cream creates a moisture barrier which lasts most of the day
during use: instantly relieves the feeling of dryness, skin appears more hydrated, reported to instantly relieve itch (due to the colloidal oatmeal ingredient)
after use: my skin feels more hydrated, I did not break out
ease of removal/cleaning: very easy – makeup remover or soap
CONSIDER MY SKIN
problems: oily t-zone, large pores (nose), uneven tone
pros: doesn’t feel greasy on skin, hydration quality is great
cons: doesn’t contain SPF, pricey for a full-body lotion in all seasons (without a skin condition)
notes: there is a line of Ultra Repair products, including lip therapy and options with SPF
overall: for being a heavier cream, this didn’t feel suffocating on my face. you can feel the lotion a little (moisture barrier), it is smooth/soft and not oily. makeup applied over it easily.
would I buy: yes! for my face, especially in the winter.
I did not pay for this product, nor was I paid to review it.