February 3, 2010

DHC Moisture Fruit Gel Cream Review

Hey there, hi there!

Coming back atcha today with the DHC Moisture Fruit Collection. If you recall last week I introduced you to the DHC Moisture Fruit Foaming Wash and today you get a glimpse at the DHC Moisture Fruit Gel Cream.


I know I am but it doesn’t take much to get me excited.


Good for all skin types, DHC Moisture Fruit Gel Cream contains extracts from kiwi, apple, peach, grapefruit, raspberry…hell there’s an entire orchard in there!

In my opinion the moisturizer is most suited to dry skin types for daily use and oily skin types for over night wearin’ as it’s a pretty rich formula. It sports a sweet grapefruit scent that’s very subtle and pretty. It absorbs quickly and easily while hydrating.

I have absolutely no rants about the product aside from it’s tiny size. I wish they made this into a bigger pot but aside from that it’s a love. I like using it as my night cream at the moment and essentially it provides just the right amount of moisture over night so my skin is moist, dewy, and pretty come morning. The cute pink packaging is definitely an added benefit.

Overall, I seriously do NOT need more skin care but combine cute packaging with nicely scented rich gel cream and I find myself nodding yes please rather than shaking my head no.

Likey lots.

Can be found for close to retail price on Sasa ($15). Worthy of a haul and comes with a big old Muse Approval for purchase. I think you’ll likey!

Disclosure: The following item was purchased by me for review purposes (and because I like flinging my money at makeup products of any kind) on Musings of a Muse. For further information please see my FTC Guidelines or my Disclosure/Disclaimer posts.

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  • Todd

    This totally seems up my alley, but what kind of terminally small packaging are we talking here?

    I love a good dry skin remedy. Especially one loaded with all sorts of delicious fruit extracts that’s got a solid price point!

    • the Muse

      TODD! ‘ello gorgeous 🙂 it’s 35g/1oz or so. A little goes a long way though as it’s rich 😀

  • suz

    I so gotta stop reading your reviews first thing in the morning when i get to work!

    the gel looks yummy I’ll put it off until April to purchase since Winter is almost gone and I need to use up my other stuff.

    I hope you do some reviews for spring/summer time for people with OILY skin 😀 *me*

    • the Muse

      hey suz I get a bit oily in the Summer myself so I’ll def have a few suggestions 😀 hehe!

      You can prob avoid until colder weather strikes again. Smells pretty but it’s pretty rich for daily use 🙂

  • Noelle F.

    Thanks for the review! (: I was wondering if u can recommend a good face moisturizer for really dry and somewhat sensitive skin. ((: I am also still a teenager, so im looking for something that wont be too harsh on my skin since my skin is still pretty young. Im thinking of using the DHC fruit gel cream..do u think it’ll be suitable for my very dry skin?

  • Mark M

    My main concern is Acne, I have tried the DHC products, some sound amazing but I have oily and acne prone skin (even in my early 40’s) and they dont have a real “acne” line I got a sample of the moisture fruit I will try it out, I have had much luck with Clarins at Macy’s however its not cheap!