Updated On — 9th Nov, 2020
Today, I’d like to write a review and share my thoughts about Rosken Dry Skin Cream since this moisturizer also one of my drugstore wishlist.
Actually my sister bought it at Guardian for her since she has dry skin types and I was like ‘Ohh she gonna use a moisturizer. Finally…’ because she’s not such a person who gives a care when it comes to skincare. Lucky her, she only need a moisturizer that gives her hydration because the only problem with her skin is dryness, no pimples, no acne scars no whiteheads and blackheads.
Provides long term protection whilst repairing and replenishing lost moisture to your skin. It works by forming a protective layer to seal in moisture for your skin. And because it’s non-greasy and absorbs quickly into the skin, you can feel the difference immediately from the first application.
Water, Glycerin, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol, Dimethicone, Mineral Oil, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Cetearyl Sulfate, BHT, Disodium EDTA, Methylparaben, Imidazolidinyl Urea, Propylparaben, Fragrance, Limonene, Linalool
RM14.37 for 75ml. There’s also has 250ml, 375ml and 500ml. It comes in a white opaque tube packaging with a dark blue flip top lid. This is the best packaging for a moisturizer since the anti-oxidant is protected and keeping them stable, unlike jar packaging. I prefer a tube packaging instead of the jar ones since it also travel-friendly.
It’s a bit thick white creamy and took a few minutes to absorbs into my skin.
Really recommended for those who have dry and dehydrated skin.
Oilier skin type since this is quite thick, any who their skin can’t tolerate with alcohol, mineral oil, paraben and fragrance since this cream contains all of them.
Maybe yes or maybe not, because I want to purchase another moisturizers.
I used this as a normal moisturiser, day and night. My skincare routine with this moisturizer :
Day Routine :
1. Water-based cleanser
2. Moisturize – Rosken Dry Skin Cream
Night Routine :
1. Oil-based cleanser
2. Water-based cleanser
3. Moisturize – Rosken Dry Skin Cream
At the first time I applied this cream, it felt quite greasy but still tolerable. After a few hours, my T-zone started sweating and made me feels unpleasant but I keep using it and now it’s just feel better.
Another thing that I like when apply this cream on my face, I felt it enough to apply without hydrating toner or any essence but if you think that your skin still feel a little bit tight, just apply any hydrating toner / essence / serum before apply this cream. This cream doesn’t clogged my pores, that’s why I kept using it.
Have you tried this cream before? What do you like and hate about this cream?