Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream
- Restore your skin to the ultimate smoothness
- Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream is not just your average moisturizer
- It calms and soothes the skin while antioxidants like Grape Seed Extract protect your skin from environmental damage
Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream a skin care system researched and developed by the international dermal institute. Recommended for drier or prematurely-aging skin. A medium-weight cream that maintains skin’s moisture balance while improving its texture.
Deep-moisturizing lecithin and aloe gel nourish while extracts of mallow, Cucumber and arnica soothe and hydrate the skin, helping to restore suppleness and tone, Antioxidant grape seed extract plus vitamins A, C and E help shield skin from environmental assaults. Contains no artificial fragrance or color. Made in the USA.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Best moisturizer ever!, April 14, 2008
Karen and Craig (Chicago)
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This review is from: Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream, 1.7 fl oz (50 ml) (Health and Beauty)
I love this product. It’s a very effective moisturizer, perfect under makeup but has yet to cause any breakouts. Other moisturizers for mature skin either cause acne (I’m 48) or don’t provide enough moisture. The cream is rich, unscented and relatively inexpensive. I also use and recommend Dermalogica instant lift multi-vitamin cream for the eye area. I’ve tried everything and nothing gives this kind of result or has this silky texture – can even be applied to the lid area. These are superior products.
12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream review, May 2, 2009
MTM717 (New York, NY)
This product was recommended to me initially by my facialist at The Sally Hershberger Face Place in Manhattan’s Meat Packing District. I was told it was an excellent cream for moisturizing and for treating signs of pre-mature aging (wrinkles). I bought my first tube, used it for about 8 weeks and was very pleased with the results. Shortly thereafter I received a gift certificate for the Ohm Spa on 5th Avenue in Manhattan and booked a facial. The facialist at Ohm Spa asked me about my regular skin care routine and when I mentioned my use of Dermalogica’s Skin Smoothing Cream she told me it was an excellent product and shared that she personally used it twice daily as a regular moisturizing cream. The Ohm Spa facialist went on to say that I should continue my established skin care routine as it was clearly working very well and my skin had a healthy and fresh glow.
Based on my experience with the product and two endorsements from excellent facialists in Manhattan, I would certainly recommmend Dermalogica’s Skin Smoothing Cream to anyone fighting dry skin or pre-mature aging. While a 3.4 ounce tube can cost up to at spas in Manhattan, I was able to purchase the same tube of cream from Queen Bee Supply on Amazon for just under .
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
Former Advocate, January 8, 2012
CRM (Seattle, WA)
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This review is from: Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream, 3.4-Fluid Ounce (Misc.)
I have eczema, and therefore dry — and relatively sensitive — skin, so I pretty much have to moisturize my face on a daily basis, and not just any product will do. Around eight years ago, I was struggling to find an appropriate moisturizer for my face, when I stumbled upon this one. It was so perfect that I stuck with it and didn’t look back for 7.5 years. And I couldn’t say a bad thing about it, aside from the hefty price value (which I was willing to suck up if it that’s what my skin needed). In fact, I would have given it five stars just half a year ago. But a few months ago, I went to the dermatologist for some eczema flare-ups, and she recommended that I try CeraVe Moisturizing Cream instead, just until we could sort out the issues. And wow, I thought Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream was good, but the CeraVe was even better! My skin just drinks up that CeraVe and feels so hydrated when using it. Unfortunately, I had JUST bought two new 3.4oz tubes of the Dermalogica product before the switchover, so I asked my dermatologist on a follow-up appointment if it was okay to use them. She read the ingredient list and said they should be fine (that product wasn’t the source of my eczema flare-ups), so I figured I’d finish them off before converting… But unbelievably, I realized I lost my love for the Dermalogica when trying it after the CeraVe. It just doesn’t compare! So much so that I have these two tubes of Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream which may just go to waste. Crazy.
Given that a 3.4oz tube of the Dermalogica product is like four times the cost of a 16oz tub of the CeraVe product (that’s like SIXTEEN TIMES MORE EXPENSIVE!!!) AND the fact that the CeraVe trumps the Dermalogica (in my opinion), not to mention the fact that the CeraVe comes recommended by my dermatologist, I’m afraid I am an official convert. Sorry, Dermalogica. You served me well for so long, but I’m on to something new.