Consistency?– Loose; a little goes a long way, though not necessarily in a good way. Takes some effort to rub in and sets to a nice finish once you rub it in. Absorbs OK, but starts to get slick with some wear.
How much does this product retail for?– $16.95, available though Aubrey-Organics.com, Amazon, and retailers like Whole Foods.
What can you expect from this product? – While it is supposed to be a lightweight formula suitable for oily/acne prone skin, this moisturizer felt slick both on my bare face and under makeup after not much wear, and I was shiny and disgruntled.
Bunk or Buy? – Meh, kinda bunk. I was hopeful for the Aubrey reformulations and about the Oily/Acne Prone Skin line in particular and I like other products in the line, but this moisturizer is frankly not that great. Maybe it would be a better option as the season wears on and my skin gets a little drier, but I don’t love it enough to try. Also, it’s for oily skin, so waiting for my skin to be a little drier kind of defeats the purpose for me. I much prefer the EveryDay Basics Moisturizer for Normal/Oily Skin, which retails for $9.99 and in my opinion provides moisture without the greasy/slick feeling and felt way better on my bare face and under makeup.
Overall grade: C
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: 1% Salicylic acid
INACTIVE INGREDIENTS INCI: Aqua, alcohol denat. (38b, lavender), cetyl alcohol, aloe barbadensis leaf juice*, hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel) water*, salix nigra (willow) bark extract, glycerin, tapioca starch*, glyceryl stearate, cetearyl alcohol, glyceryl caprylate, algae extract*, stearic acid, andira araroba (goa), citrus grandis (grapefruit) extract, sodium cocoyl glutamate, ascorbic acid, chenopodium quinoa seed extract*, alcohol*, tocopherol, linoleic acid, alcohol, hippophae rhamnoides fruit oil, arctium lappa root extract, avena sativa (oat) straw extract, saponaria officinalis extract, equisetum hyemale extract, tussilago farfara (coltsfoot) leaf extract, citrus medica limonum (lemon) peel extract, salvia officinalis (sage) leaf extract, linolenic acid.