Benefit Dr. Feelgood Reviews
Product Type: Benefit makeup
Newest Review: ... handy because it can be very tricky to apply without it. The balm itself has a really lovely smell to it, I can't quite ... more
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Customer Benefit Dr. Feelgood Reviews (65)
by - written on 26/07/07 (Very useful, 1026 readings)
I’ve often walked past the Benefit counter in Boots, looking longingly at all the pretty packaging and wishing I had the budget to sample some of their lotions and potions. Last month I decided to treat myself using the masses of Advantage Card points that I’d saved up. I was unsure of what I was looking for exactly, and spent ages looking though all the products at the counter before allowing the sales assistant to unleash her sponges on me. I mentioned that I had heard of Dr Feelgood, and asked if I could try some of that first. Dr Feelgood is a primer, that gives you a matte complexion. It comes in a small round tin (slightly larger that the 99p tins of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/11 (Very useful, 161 readings)
Benefit's Dr. Feelgood promised to be a 'miracle worker' for the skin, but sadly I've been left asking where's the miracle? Benefit was the brainchild of two sisters in San Francisco, and has snowballed due to their cute and kitsch products, and clever marketing. I purchased Dr. Feelgood as part of a gift set, which I originally purchased to obtain the other Benefit products, but I also received a full sized tin of Dr. Feelgood. The silver tin itself is a bit bigger than a tin of vaseline, yet it still significantly smaller than the palm of my hand. The picture depicts a man and woman with an intimate look in each other's eyes, they are so close he ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/08 (Very useful, 830 readings)
I've read numerous reviews on Dr Feelgood, and almost wondered if it was worth me adding my thoughts, due to their being so many reviews. What I've found is this, people either absolutely love it, to an almost cult status, or at the other end of the scale people feel almost sort of ambivalent towards it, maybe a little disappointed because they felt it didn't live up to the hype. I first stumbled across Benefit a few years ago, tried a few products and was absolutely hooked. Unfortunately my bank account hasn't allowed for me to be an active Benefit addict, so after the first few Benefit products, I've somewhat admired from the sidelines, reading reviews, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/07 (Very useful, 983 readings)
In a vain attempt to recapture my youth, I have recently rediscovered Benefit products. At first when this product, Dr Feelgood was demonstrated to me I thought I would hate it - something that looks like wax in a tin applied with a sponge. No this was not going to be something that I would like. I've never got on with foundation because it is too heavy on my face so why would I find this product of any benefit (excuse the pun) to me? However I was pleasantly surprised by this product and decided to add it to my make up suitcase (I don't have a make up bag!). So what changed my mind? Well according to the official description it gives you smooth silky, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/08/04, updated on 12/02/05 (Very useful, 1017 readings)
Along with the GHD Indulgence hair mask I just reviewed I also received a BeneFit Dr Feelgood face balm from my boyfriend as an ?extra present? for my 21st birthday. (Well, I say received ? what I mean is received Dr Feelgood Lipscription, went to swap it and subsequently acquired the face balm!) DR FEELGOOD FACE BALM The product is packaged in a small cardboard box with a circular window in the front to see the actual product. I don't particularly like the packaging as it has a rather 1920s feel: ... Read the complete review
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