I have oily/acne prone skin and it has not broken me out at all. In fact it has helped clear my skin even more and has been eliminating hyper-pigmentation.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
Future Response and Rejuvenating are just different lines of products.
Future Response is Asian bontanical/green tea based and the Rejuvenating Creme is from the Moisture Bound line which is Bamboo-based (which deliver moisture directly to the skin). Both are filled with anti-oxidants and are good for reducing fine lines. Based on trying products, I feel like Rejuvenating Creme is lighter SLIGHTLY, has a fresh scent, and absorbs quicker. However, Future Response was more moisturizing for me. I felt like the moisture went deeper with it because it was a tiny bit oilier and I actually liked how it smelled better than Rejuvenating Creme. It smells like green tea latte. So I have been using Future Response since age 26 and I just turned 27.
First, I am 27 and have thin, sensitive, dry/oily combination, acne-prone skin. I initially received as gift the future Response Age Defense serum, and cream. I was told Future Response was great for preventing fine lines, had anti-inflammatory features (good for both sensitive and acne).
I've been using it for about 3 months now and I AM IN LOVE. First, it smells like green tea latte (delish!). Second, a little goes a long way for my combination skin (although I put a little extra on my dry cheeks ad neck). Third, it is NOT irritating AT ALL (Clinique irritates me, yes the brand known for its hypoallergenic products irritates me). Fourth, my skin looks dewy and healthy.
Granted, I break out occasionally when I drink too much or during my period. BUT!!!!!!! I am breaking out WAY less than before because I used to have 3-5 pimples on my face at ALL times. BUT after using this product, I break out definitely less.
Now, be warned that this is a cream, not a lotion. So if you have oily skin, you should probably use very little, using the spatula which comes with the cream. I would recommend those with oily skin to use a 1/2 of pea-size quantity.
I scoop up a LIIIIIITTLE less than the pea-size, rub it on my finger tips of both hands (index to pinky), and apply only to my face. THEN, I pick up the same amount to warm on my finger tips and apply on the dry parts of my cheeks and neck. For CREAM, it absorbs relatively quickly. For faster absorption, I like to pat my skin after application.
I hope my comment helps!! =)
It is not for acne-prone skin. It is quite oily so it is for people with very dry skin.
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
I have combination skin and I've used it on my skin without getting breakouts, I feel like it is an all round fix for getting supple skin
answered 2 years, 4 months ago