Rated 4.5 out of 5Â by 50
Rated 3 out of 5Â by KathyJB Perhaps Too Moisurizing?
I'm not sure which of the Make A Difference Plus options I purchased as it's been 6 months or more, so this review could be for one of the others. I purchased it with the idea that I would use it for the bitter cold and dry months of PA. It is very moisturizing and felt great on my skin. But then I got a pimple or two! For a 59-year-old woman who hasn't had a pimple in 40 years, I was shocked and dismayed. I stopped using it for awhile, then tried again, and the same thing happened. I love Origins products, but something in this product is causing break outs. So, sadly, I cannot recommend.
June 17, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Annastasia Plantscription SPF 25
I love Origins and cannot imagine using anything else. However, I am not a fan of this product. It goes on greasy and stays greasy. There is no way that I could apply my foundation over this and not feel smothered. It is way too heavy for hot summer days. It does make an excellent night cream so it will not go to waste.
March 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Krysfits Really Makes A Difference
I first used it as a free sample, I notice a difference in my skin immediately. I have a healthy glow right after using this product, and when I use it every morning and night the glow really lasts. I tell all my friends about it, it's better than any other moisturizer. I have oily skin and this doesn't break me out, it keeps my skin hydrated and healthy, and gives me such a good healthy glow I don't have to, nor would I want to, cover up this beautiful healthy look with foundation.
August 2, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5Â by mamasc still on the fence
Received as a sample. Glad I did not pay for it, as I'm still unsure.
It feels nice, but I haven't tested in the southern heat yet...am kinda nervous to do so.
Also, it totally smells like fruit loops. If you don't care for the smell of fruit loops, you might not enjoy it. I happen to enjoy them, but every time I open the bottle I want a bowl of cereal.
May 26, 2015