Q10 Cream

DHC Q10 Cream intensive moisturizer fights visible lines and wrinkles with our highest concentration of super-antioxidant coenzyme Q10, which plays a role in promoting cell energy and collagen. This firming, emollient formula protects while helping to maintain tone and resilience for suppler,…
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By Gayle

from Connecticut

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Does not moisturize

 
3.0

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I bought this for the CoQ10 ingredient. After using it every other night for about 3 weeks, I don't see any improvements in skin elasticity yet, but I don't expect miracles from my skincare products (I use a prescription retinoid every other night; I use all my other products on the off nights). What disappointed me about this cream is how poorly it moisturizes my skin. It feels like an astringent (toner) rather than a moisturizer. After using this product alone, I wake up with dry, tight-feeling skin as if I've just washed it. I've had the same experience with DHC's CoQ10 hand cream and with some other DHC products that say "moisturizer" on the label or are listed in the moisturizer category but are labeled as "essences." I wonder if there's some kind of miscommunication going on. I don't know what DHC means by "toning" and "moisturizing" anymore and to what extent these terms are interchangeable here, although they should not be. E.g., DHC describes its essence products as delivering moisture but then calls the application of essences "toning" (the instructions on a number of products say "after toning, apply..."). In the US, nobody uses toners anymore, unless their skin is oozing oil, because toners strip the skin of its natural ecosystem. In Asia, toners-moisturizers seem to be a common step. I might be misunderstanding something, but these things just dry up my skin and don't do me any favors, and, like I said, even what DHC calls heavy moisturizers, like this CoQ10 cream, sometimes feel astringent like toners and have the drying effect on my skin. Maybe I should just go back to my drugstore skincare.


By JJ

from Alameda, CA

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LOVE DHC product

 
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good product[...]


By DrV

from Collinsville, IL

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Love this product

 
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Love this product!


By Betty

from Gainesville, VA

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Possibly alergic to this

 
2.0

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I used the sample that came in the mail and was happy with it. I ordered the mini oil cleaner along with the regular size Q10, and other things. When using the cleaner at night and following with the Q10 I awoke in the morning to find red splotches on my face. I stopped using it for a few days and it cleared. Then I tried it again and the same thing happened. This did not happen with the free samples. I'm wondering why it has happened with the larger sizes of these products.


By Edy

from Kalamazoo, MI

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Nothing special.

 
3.0

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As somebody said, this cream isn't as rich as Olive Leaf Cream, and becasue I have extremely dry skin, I can't use this as night moisturiser. I use this in the morning under make up after using serum. Yes, because this cream is very light, this cream alone isn't enough to moisturise my skin. I don't think this has "powerful moisturising formula." As to anti-aging effect, I haven't seen any improvement in my skin.


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