Oil Balancing Formula Lightly Hydrates Skin. 100% Natural Ingredients. For Oily Skin. Light moisturizer and skin normalizer ideal for teens and adults with oily complexions. Restores skin's natural moisture balance without clogging your pores. Amino Acid Complex - Balance oil production; promote skin health. Nettle & Goa Herb - Normalize & tone. Organic Aloe Vera - Restores moisture balance; soothes
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2 out of 3(67%)customers recommend this product.
Customer reviews for Aubrey Natural Herbal Maintenance Oil Balancing Moisturizer -- 2 fl oz
Review 1 for Aubrey Natural Herbal Maintenance Oil Balancing Moisturizer -- 2 fl oz
April 25, 2013
"This is my very favorite face moisturizer. It's light, not sticky and dries like there's nothing on your skin yet it's just the right amount of moisturizing for oily skin. Be sure to read the directions, it says to add a little water to your skin before the moisturizing and a little goes a long way. In the winter I use a tiny amount of organic olive oil on my face at night to make it extra soft. Believe it or not oily skin still needs moisture and good oils will not clog pores or make it oilier it's actually the opposite. I recommend using the coordinating face cleanser and toner for the best results. I've tried them all and I wouldn't use anything else after discovering Abrey products."
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Review 2 for Aubrey Natural Herbal Maintenance Oil Balancing Moisturizer -- 2 fl oz
Duration of use:Less than 30 days
Not so good
April 11, 2011
"Makes my skin oilier & it doesn't smell to good!"
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Review 3 for Aubrey Natural Herbal Maintenance Oil Balancing Moisturizer -- 2 fl oz
Duration of use:Over 180 days
October 31, 2010
"Very lightly moisterizing. Does not irritate my sensitive skin. I love that it has witchhazel astringent as one of the main ingredients - perfect for hot summer months, or as a toner/light moisterizer at night. A tube lasts 3 to 4 months with regular use."