Yes! Always always always get a sample. Sometimes samples are tricky because they won't show you RESULTS after just two days but they will tell you if you skin doesn't like the product right away. Just ask for a sample and they will give you about a 3 day supply :)
answered 2 years, 2 months ago
yes you can, sephora is great like that. you can also buy it and bring it back if it doesnt work.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
Definitely try to get a sample! I bought w/o trying a sample and regretted it. I think this will work well for people w/ "resistant" skin who are "non-stingers." (see my review). Unfortunately I am a stinger. I also found that this did not remove make-up well. I had to remove m/u 1st, then use this.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
(New Bedford, MA)
To me this product is creamy. I haven't had a problem with it being greasy. Make sure you use a good moisturizer with at least SPF 30 or higher because it will dry out the skin a little (the Alpha Hydroxy/Glycolic Acid in this product will do this).
answered 4 years, 7 months ago
(Fayetteville, North Carolina)
If you go to the store they will give you a sample. I have sensitive skin that is combination and I find it neither over-drying nor greasy. It has almost completely eliminated all of my break-outs (I have maybe two pimples a year)! It takes time, you have to use it for a while and clear out all of the pores that are already clogged…get rid of the pimples that are already under the skin. So you may experience more pimples at first, which is a sign it is working!
answered 5 years, 10 months ago
I have sensitive skin that is oily and I love this product. I hope it helps. it's only greasy if your skin is really dirty - such as - when I forget to wash my make-up off at night and then when I use it in the morning I have to wash my face twice. nothing against the product just my laziness
answered 5 years, 11 months ago
I also have fairly sensitive combination skin, and I do not find this cleanser greasy, drying, or irritating. It has helped clear up my acne-prone areas, but I would recommend taking off your makeup first with wipes or makeup remover (you will definitely need to remove eye makeup at the very least), as it is applied without water. Also, this way, I think it gives the cleanser a chance to penetrate deeper into your skin. I'm sure you can ask for a sample in the store, which should help you make your decision (after all, everyone's skin is different). I personally noticed a difference after a couple uses. Hope that helps!
answered 6 years, 3 months ago