Prescriptives Comfort Cream Review

Hello World!

I sure did you miss each and everyone of you. Well, Musings is back under control once again yay! She’s not too pretty at the moment but I am working on that so excuse the dust while everything settles.

But enough about that as you’re probably missing reviews and babblings about make up aren’t you?

Today the Muse keeps you in the know with a brand new soothing moisturizer for those that are a bit on the sensitive side.

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Jump ahead to read more about Prescriptives Comfort Cream.

The Muse happens to have bulletproof skin. You can slap just about anything on this old skin and it won’t break out or go crazy. On occasion it’s been known to break out here and there but honestly that isn’t ever from anything I’ve used in regards to lotions or potions. Why am I telling you all this? Because a sensitive moisturizing cream is the least of my worries and not something I really need in my life.

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However, if you’re sensitive you’ll rejoice that Prescriptives Comfort Cream is soothing relief for your skin. As for the Muse she’s enjoying the fact that she can get the most of this because it’s actually a hydrating cream for my face even if I am sporting a bulletproof vest!

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Prescriptives Comfort Cream has been around a bit but it’s recently been re-formulated to add more soothing and calming ingredients to the mix of things. It’s suitable for all sensitive skin types even those suffering from Rosacea. It soothes and calms skin while providing intensive moisturizing. It contains algae extracts which supposedly relieve irritated skin that tends to dry and dred. Over time, it also promises to repair your skin.

As I said I don’t have sensitive skin so I can’t fully test this out but it does make a heap of promises for soothing redness, irritation, even blotchiness which are quite common for those that are very fair in tone. I can say that the cream is quite rich and absorbs easily. The formula is dreamy although I probably wouldn’t use it during a humid day as it could prove to rich for me. The formula comes in Comfort Cream Day and Night with reasonable prices of $39.50 and $45.

Overall, if you’re seeking a new moisturizer for your sensitive skin this could be something to take a peep at on your next trip the the Prescriptives counter.

Visit www.prescriptives.com for more details.

Tried it before?

Do share your experiences!

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  • 9/4/09 16:50 Emma:

    phew, glad you are back!

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    • 9/8/09 12:19 the Muse:

      good to be back emma :-D

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  • 3/9/10 1:09 alexis:

    I bought this comfort day cream in 2008 when I got shingles on my face. I am really fortunate that I didn’t end up with any scars. Some minor damage but no scars. Now in 2010 I got a massive cellulitis infection in my face. After being hospitalized and now on antibiotics for 4 weeks my face is still red and previously sensitive/dry skin even more so. What I found that makes me look absolutely normal is the new Physicians Formula mineral wear color correcting powder. Normally I wouldn’t even consider powder but I was desperate. I put on my lightweight 99.9% organic face moisturizer and then I put on the comfort day cream, and then the powder. My skin didn’t look cakey or dry and I think that’s because of the rich cream formula of the comfort day cream. So now I’m surfing around for more on eBay and came across the comfort night cream which lead me to google info on it and your blog. Thanks!

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    • 3/10/10 12:48 the Muse:

      hi alexis wow sorry to hear all this. I’m glad you found a powder that works great. I like alot of PF’s stuff myself. Not sure you should try this cream after your prior experience though! Sounds scary!

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