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AmorePacific FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme

What it is: A soothing cream that protects the skin against environmental aggressors and guards against the appearance of aging. What it does: This formula designed to protect against pollution and free radicals, while restoring and reducing skin inflammation for younger-looking, healthy skin. Environmental aggressors from the sun, pollution, and other sources can cause stress to our skin and add to the signs of aging. This formula provides daily antioxidant defense to keep skin looking its best. What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates- Phthalates Research results:In clinical studies after 3 weeks:- 100% reported smoother and softer skin- 91% reported relief from skin irritation- 96% reported more even-toned and healthy skin
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Questions & Answers for AmorePacific FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme

Question
Can it be used around the eye area?
Is it safe for under the eye and on eye lids?
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
reanie
(Manalapan, NJ)
on FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme
5 answers
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answer 1
I have always put my skin care products around my eyes and Future Response is also suitable. However, I must note that I also use eye cream on top of all my skin care regimen.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
sonsxx
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 2
I received a deluxe sample and it was too rich for my face since I have an oily skin. I've tried to use it as an eye cream and absolutely loved it. I added it to my every order for few weeks and got 4(!) of these in total only to use as an eye cream. The results are amazing, it helped a lot with the fine lines and dark circles. It doesn't sting if it gets into the eye, it actually calms the irritation from the scrubbing that sometimes needed to take off waterproof eye make up. I am planning to buy the full size. It's expensive, but regular eye cream size is 0.5 OZ, so this equals to 4 of them, which brings the price to standard price per OZ.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
MiaMiami
(Miami, FL)
answer 3
Do not use this as a night cream. I suggest the Moisture Bound Rejuvenating Eye cream to use as your eye cream.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
saw4dgibson
(Whittier, Ca)
answer 4
I have been using this under my eyes where dark circles and puffiness sometimes occurs, and it definitely helped. There was no irritation at all, but if you are going to try it under your eyes, I would recommend using a very small amount as a test.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
awojowojo
(Fairfield, CT)
answer 5
I have used it most intensively on the undereye area. I'm sure you could use it on eyelids too. I have gotten it in my eyes before and it is very gentle and did not irritate my eyes.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
rkinkoph
Question
Is this product good for oily/acne prone skin?
what is different between the moisture bound, rejuvenating, and this cream? is it for different age group?
asked 1 year, 9 months ago
ClearnShine
(Honolulu, Hawaii)
on FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme
5 answers
Answers
answer 1
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 ago
epeyton
(Arlington, TN)
answer 2
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.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
sonsxx
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 3
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!! =)
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
sonsxx
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 4
It is not for acne-prone skin. It is quite oily so it is for people with very dry skin.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
beebee
(San DIego, CA)
answer 5
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 1 year, 9 months ago
AmyJonn
(Ohio)
Question
younger skin?
Is this product, like the name implies - "Future", meant for those who have yet to show the signs of aging? As in, no serious fine lines, age spots, etc. Just curious as a 42 year old, whether it's worth my money...
asked 2 years ago
sosomoto
(skokie, IL)
on FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme
4 answers
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answer 1
Of all the AP cremes this one is my favorite. I was lucky enough to sample the moisture bound, (deluxe sample), time response (foil packet) and now the future response (vib deluxe samples). I received over the last few months in that order and did not care for the first two. Made no visible difference to my skin. But with the Future Response on my good but mature skin - mid 40's my skin loved this!!!!! I've tried alot of high end cremes and this one is top three I dare say even better than my beloved Chanel Sublime. Description does state that it does repair as well, I have noticed softening of my fine lines, if not diminishing them. I do not have any deep set wrinkles yet. Try a sample and see how you like it. I have been very pleased with the AP line and will be purchasing their products!
answered 9 months ago
fabme
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
I bought this product in South Korea and the beauty advisers told me this is for FUTURE which means for people who are starting to develop fine lines. and....fine lines develop after 25 and the lines deepen after 30 or mid-30's. So if you are 42, this product is not for you. Try the green tea seed oil or just go with virgin organic, cold/expeller pressed coconut oil. Just make sure the coconut oil is not processed with heat, chemical, or has been deordored, etc. ;)
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
sonsxx
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 3
So, it sounds like I'll stick w/ the stuff for those of us with 'older' skin.... though the sample I got of this stuff does feel lovely on my skin.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
sosomoto
(skokie, IL)
answer 4
I would say yes, that this product works great for skin before any major signs of aging. I am 16, so I have yet to see any fine lines or wrinkles, but it definitely brightened my skin and hydrated under my eyes, so woman in her forties would probably show similar results.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
awojowojo
(Fairfield, CT)
Question
Does this creme have SPF?
Does anyone know if this creme have SPF? It says it's for indoors/outdoors where the environment can play a stress to our skin. Just curious. Thanks!
asked 2 years ago
xteena
(San Carlos, CA)
on FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme
4 answers
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answer 1
Hi xteena,

AmorePacific recently came out with a version of this moisturizer that contains SPF.
answered 5 months, 3 weeks ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
No but I like cremes without SPF so that I can use it as my night creme as well. I hate the idea of sleeping with the sunscreen on, especially because sunscreens in the market contain cancer-causing ingredients. So...for easy spotters, if the ingredients start with ox or oy, they are cancerous and a lot of companies are switching to titanium dioxide which is mineral/natural sunscreen. ;)
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
sonsxx
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 3
No.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
nicky888
(Central Coast, California)
answer 4
nope, it does not have spf. I used it as a night cream.
answered 2 years ago
jenandmir
(Boston)
Question
Is sample really .1 oz?
I think this sample might be mislabeled as .1 ounce instead of .01. I loved my sample and was thinking about buying this but at 1.7 oz., if there are really only about 17 uses in the jar that would make it too rich for my blood. I think it can't be right.
asked 5 months ago
specialsherpa
on FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme
4 answers
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answer 1
No, the full size will last you at least 6months.
answered 2 months ago
ChristianCN
(Edmonton, AB)
answer 2
I ordered the sample, which was listed as .1 oz. on the site. I received a sample that was labeled .03 oz. Yes, only 30% of what I expected BUT a little goes a ways and I got a few uses out of the sample.
answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
EugeneLove
(Eugene, OR)
answer 3
Don't know about the exact sample volume but there's definitely more than 17 times the amount in the jar. At least like 100x.
answered 4 months ago
lunacake
(Chicago, Il)
answer 4
I can not answer the question about the sample size accuracy. I can say this about the product: it is a very high quality product and with this LESS is more. The container will last a very long time as really all you need is a pea sized application.
answered 4 months, 2 weeks ago
emryss
(Texas)
Question
Okay for acne-prone skin?
Will this break you out if you're acne prone? I break out from almost anything i swear. Mineral oils and silicones especially. Whats your take on this cream ?
asked 1 year, 11 months ago
Anonymous
on FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme
3 answers
Answers
answer 1
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!! =)
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
sonsxx
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 2
I have not had an issue with breakouts. I am not "super" prone, but do have combination skin and have to watch what I put on it. I did not find it to be greasy or oily. However, if you have extremely sensitive skin you may react differently.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
rkinkoph
answer 3
I would not use this on acne prone skin. It is a very heavy moisturizer. My chin is very congested and acne prone and this caused a severe breakout on my chin, I'm talking six or seven large pimples all at once, which is highly unusual for me. Don't put it on acne prone areas. It is more for dry, damaged skin.
answered 1 year, 11 months ago
nicky888
(Central Coast, California)
Question
Is this the correct cream for me?
HI - I am 53 with combination skin and very fine lines. I want to start using AP products but cannot decide which moisturizer is appropriate for me. Any advice is appreciated.

Thanks!

bibi
asked 1 year, 4 months ago
chicgirl07
(Pennsylvania)
on FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme
2 answers
Answers
answer 1
Since this is for extreme repair, you could use it, for treatment of fine lines and all aging concerns. I am combo (and in my mid-30s) and found it too heavy for summer-time use, of you like the feel then go for it.

I also would say to look at the Rejuvenating Creme. That one is specifically anti-aging and for lines/wrinkles and all that. On the plus side, it is a lighter texture and perfect for someone with a tendency to be oily.

Good luck and enjoy!
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
nyaxa
(Toronto, Ontario)
answer 2
If you want a night cream, Future Defense is amazingly wonderful. It can be used during the day, but does not contain a sunscreen.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
rae76
(Napa, CA)
Question
what's the difference between the Rejuvenating Crème and FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme?
asked 1 year, 9 months ago
Anonymous
on FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme
2 answers
Answers
answer 1
Just different lines of products. Future Response is Asian bontanical based and the ReJuvenating Creme is from the Moisture Bound line which is Bamboo (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 and it's more calming. So I have been using Future Response since 10/2012.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
sonsxx
(Las Vegas, NV)
answer 2
Future Response is more intense and is aimed for preventative measures. The Moisture Bound Rejuvenating Creme is for people who are young and want healthy skin, but don't need a drastic approach or are not concerned with fine lines or sun damage. I recommend Future Response, because it is never too late to start the care and treatment. Both are great though
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
saw4dgibson
(Whittier, Ca)
Question
Can you use this in the eye area in place of an eye cream?
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
asiananna
(Hummelstown, PA)
on FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme
2 answers
Answers
answer 1
I use it around my eyes and it works fine, but it has no SPF so I only use it as a night cream.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
rockhead
(Chicago, IL)
answer 2
YES!!! It's too oily for my face, and I love using it as eye cream. It helped to diminish those fine lines around the eyes, and does not sting when gets into the eye. I've found my best eye cream!
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
MiaMiami
(Miami, FL)
Question
Under sunscreen?
I always wear sunscreen during the day and usually go for a moisturizer with SPF already in it. If I wanted to use this day and night, would I then layer my sunscreen over this? I hate the feeling of having so much product on my face. Does this product work well as a bottom layer?
asked 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Anonymous
(Toronto, Canada)
on FUTURE RESPONSE Age Defense Creme
2 answers
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answer 1
I have normal skin, and use an SPF 30 or 50 BB cream over it and never feel like its too much product. Trick is not to use too much - you really do need just a small pea-sized amount for your whole face. I don't recommend the SPF version of this moisturizer - it did leave a greasy, pasty film.
answered 1 month, 3 weeks ago
merelamer
(San Francisco, CA)
answer 2
The Future Response with SPF is now available on Sephora's website. If you would like to apply sunscreen on top of the original cream, I would recommend something lightweight like Clarins sunscreen or the shiseido one.
answered 2 months ago
ChristianCN
(Edmonton, AB)
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