Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Moisturising Complex Reviews
Description:Brand: Elizabeth Arden / Texture: Cream / Type: Moisturiser / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Moisturizes / Product line: Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference
Newest Review: ... skin, with a tendancy to break out all over in blotches, so when I find something that agrees with me I stick with it. After ... more
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Customer Elizabeth Arden Visible Difference Moisturising Complex Reviews (3)
by - written on 14/04/05, updated on 14/04/05 (Somewhat useful, 1133 readings)
I've been using this product since I was nineteen, which believe me wasn't yesterday! I have a particulary sensitive skin, with a tendancy to break out all over in blotches, so when I find something that agrees with me I stick with it. After reading articles and talking with friends I decided that maybe they were right that the mature skin needed something a little bit stronger ,shall we say. I popped along to the nearest EA counter and asked for advice imagine my surprise and pleasure when the consultant told me that there was no need to change my moisturiser until I reached around 45. I turned 52 last month and thought the Scottish weather had taken it's toll, well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/12/02, updated on 19/12/02 (Very useful, 610 readings)
Being well into the winter season by now we're all well aware of the damage the cold air can cause to our skin. I tend to come out in a rosy cheeked glow (quite attractive), a few dry patches (not quite so attractive), and my nose turns a vibrant shade of red in its bid to steal Rudolph's crown (positively repulsive!). So my solution to this is to switch to a heavier moisturiser and, on rifling through my make-up drawer I came across Elizabeth Arden's Visible Difference Moisturizing Cream. I bought this on holiday in the summer but found it much to heavy to use in the summer and so, like many others before it, it was cast aside to the drawer and was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/06/01, updated on 14/06/01 (Useful, 430 readings)
The range of the product is general good but just it has the problem with this one. I don't know is that because I brought it from the catalogue or because of my skin. After I did use for 3 days, my skin is allegic from it, at the first I thought because of the weather so I did stop to use it and continue to use it again. But I try this up to 3 times, and it doesn't help. My skin did have the redness comes up. But generally I suggest all the people should buy their products from the department store. The quailty of the product will definie better than buy it from the catalogue! Other product from this range is FINE! ... Read the complete review
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