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- Reviews: 68
Worth every penny
I first tried this as a sample and fell in love. Some may balk at the price but it's worth every cent: a little definitely goes a long way, hair is soft, shiny and smells great. As someone who doesn't typically spend a lot on products, I'll definitely keep this one in stock.
February 8, 2013
Maybe it was just my jar but the consistency was runny and it didn't absorb as I had hoped with a day cream. I find that Burt's Bees products are more 'hit or miss' lately. On the plus side, the price is right and it's a decent moisturizer. I wouldn't call it a 'staple' product, though.
October 1, 2012
I recently discovered this little gem and have no intention of ever letting it slip away! Cleans thoroughly, doesn't dry, and last a looong time. It's also cruelty-free, fair trade and no preservatives. Gotta love it!
September 7, 2012
I've tried dozens of eye creams over the last couple years, from the expensive to the drugstore brand. Finally, I've found something that really does work on the wrinkles around my eyes. It goes one easily, no fragrance, a little goes a long way, and it works. It is on the pricey side but worth it. Now I'm going to give other Orlane products a try!
May 16, 2012
My skin broke out horribly! I'm a fan of La Roche-Posay products and have always had good results with them. That said, I've given this product several 'second chances' and every single time my skin broke out. Unfortunately, this one didn't work for me.
June 7, 2011
Sticky and Slight Results
I bought this as well as the moisturizer and am disappointed with both. First, the packaging: the pump got stuck constantly. Second, it left a kind of sticky film/coating on my face. Third, when used together, I ended up with white balled up lotion at my hairline. I stuck it out,though, and used both every day for about six weeks but unfortunately didn't see enough of a difference to keep battling the faulty pumps and the lotion nuggets. My skin did look slightly better: more even skin tone and a little lessening of old acne scars. That said, the 'slightly better' wasn't enough to get me to buy it again.
April 29, 2011
Great Color but Fades Fast
I love the color but it fades so quickly. I get about two weeks of a beautiful shade but then it's gone. The browns and reds tend to be deeper than shown but they're still lovely! I thought the color fading was a one off due to a particular shade so I tried different shades in the same family and had the same problem: significant fading after two weeks. **I was my hair three times a week with salon shampoo for color treated hair.**
April 29, 2011
This was my first time trying Exuviance products and I'd have to say it's a pretty average product. Now that I'm done with it, I'll go back to my old stand by: Night of Olay.
November 24, 2010
A Lot of Hype
I'm not impressed. I hate how my hair is the day I use it but it does get better, more manageable after that. It's easy enough to use you just have to use a lot. I don't end up with silky, movie star hair. For me, it's an okay product that removes one step from my shower routine. To me, it's not worth it. I'd rather use a sulfate-free shampoo-conditioner combo like Klorane products than spend $40 for an all in one, pump-til-your-hand-is numb product like Wen. But that's just me.
November 24, 2010