Boots Vitamin E Moisture Cream Reviews
Product Type: Boots body care
Newest Review: ... Shop's Vitamin E range before and enjoyed using it so was fairly confident the Boots version would be OK. It says it gives ... more
Customer Boots Vitamin E Moisture Cream Reviews (6)
by - written on 20/04/10 (Very useful, 300 readings)
Recently I was looking for a cheap moisturiser to replace my normal Garnier moisturiser, which I was feeling a bit disillusioned with as its performance just wasn't up to scratch. I noticed the new Vitamin E range on offer in Boots, with 2 items for £5, and decided to try it. I purchased a Vitamin E day moisture cream and a Vitamin E night moisture cream, but as there is only a general moisture cream listed on the Boots website, I will be reviewing both items under this name. They are very similar anyway so it should be easy enough! The day cream costs £2.49 for 50 ml and the night cream costs £2.99 for 50 ml. These prices are really impressive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/13 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I wasn't planning to buy a moisturiser when I bought this but it was included in a travel sized selection of goods on three for two in Boots and I just bought this to keep in my handbag for emergency dry skin moments. Description This is a 50 ml pot with a screw top lid and it is nicely coloured in cream and beige plastic. Inside the pot is a thick white cream with no extra lids or seals. It is a nice sized pot that fits in the palm of your hand and will last me ages as I probably won't have daily use from it. The Claim I have had the Body Shop's Vitamin E range before and enjoyed using it so was fairly confident the Boots version would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I picked up this moisturising cream in boots in a 2 for £4 offer, but have since bought it also in a 3 for 2 offer. It is an every day cream to moisturise your skin, with added Vitamin E which the pot claims to be an powerful antioxidant which helps protect skin from the damaging effects of the environment. This is a very small pot of cream, it is only 50ml, however I was surprised at how long this cream lasted me. It has lasted me a good 2 and a half months, using it every morning before applying my make up. The cream in the pot looks slightly thick but when you dab some onto your finger, it feels really thin and creamy, and it spreads on your face really ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/12 (Very useful, 86 readings)
About a year ago I started to think my skin looked a bit dry on my face. I used to just use any old moisturiser in the morning before my make-up, but I decided to get proper day and night cream. I don't know a whole lot about cosmetics and I never spend a lot of money on them so I just bought this Boots Vitamin E moisture cream. I bought a day and a night version for about £3 each for a 50ml tub. They are great value for money because I have used them almost every day for almost a year and I still have some left. My skin is fairly normal with occasional dryness and I don't suffer from breakouts. I bought this because it says it is suitable for all skin types ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/13 (Useful, 41 readings)
Boots Vitamin E Moisturising Day Cream comes in a 50ml pot and retails between £2.50 and £3, however they are often on offer at two for £4. The pot has a peach coloured lid and the product itself is a very pale peach colour and smells quite clean, exactly like all of the other Vitamin E products that Boots make. I bought this product just before Christmas, when I started getting dry patches on my face (something that happens every year around that time), and this was on the two for £4 offer, so I picked up a pack of their face wipes too. This product is quite thick, but rubs in quickly, although it does leave a slight greasy sheen to my skin which ... Read the complete review
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