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Can First Aid's Beauty Ultra Repair Cream be used on the face?

I'm currently using First Aid's Ultra Repair Moisturizer for the face and am wondering if I can use their regular Ultra Repair Cream as a facial cream. The face cream is 1.7 oz for $28 and the body cream is 6 oz for the same price. Will the body cream make my face oily or clog my pores? 

 

Thanks!

Re: Can First Aid's Beauty Ultra Repair Cream be used on the face?

I've been using it as my night time face moisturizer for almost 6 months now, and I did not experienced any problems with my skin (I have sensitive skin that is very prone to clogged pores and breakouts). My skin gets quite oily during the day so this cream is a little too much for me to use in the morning, but it's perfect at night.

Re: Can First Aid's Beauty Ultra Repair Cream be used on the face?

Bumping an old thread.  I recently got the ultra repair cream mini, and am using it on and off for a boost of hydration when my skin is feeling dry. I put the tiniest dab, not quite a pea sz mixed it with clinique dramatically different gel (usually use 2 pumps but i think if i add in the FAB cream, i should decrease to 1)

 

Now i am noticing their is a ULTRA REPAIR FACE MOISTURIZER &  DAILY FACE CREAM. Has anyone tried to compare?

Re: Can First Aid's Beauty Ultra Repair Cream be used on the face?

I think i am going to get the DFC and maybe the Ultra repair face moisturizer as well to try. i agree, i think i have to be in the dead of winter to use more than even a pea with my normal moisturizer and the ultra repair cream lol. but for now its working great like around my nose, and im sure i will even use it over my oil when i need extra moisture.

Re: Can First Aid's Beauty Ultra Repair Cream be used on the face?

I use Ultra Repair Cream at night and Daily Dace Cream in the morning. DDC is much more lightweight, yet it still moisturizes very well, and did not cause any skin reaction on my face.

Re: Can First Aid's Beauty Ultra Repair Cream be used on the face?

Hi thanks, i was asking because there's 25% off on FAB website but it ends on the 24th. im low on the cleanser, i bought the deluxe to try so i wanted to order. not dry. im currently combo, i can get drier in the winter . I don't think i would use the ultra repair on its own unless i was hope and felt dry, as i rather something lighter for under my makeup

Re: Can First Aid's Beauty Ultra Repair Cream be used on the face?

Hey aviscardi..give me a fw days and i'll let ya know...I've been eying FAB for my reactive/combo skin and decided since I can't get to a Sephora I'd purchase a value set online....It's on it's way!....I'll PM ya or post here. I had the same thoughts....from what I've read the Daily face Cream is a lighter texture....I can be prone to hormonal acne and do not tend to suffer with dry skin so it was actually suggested I try the DFC as opposed to Ultra Repair...but, FAB seems to say both are okay and will not clog pores, cause acne. Do you suffer from dry skin? Smiley Happy ~KAM

Re: Can First Aid's Beauty Ultra Repair Cream be used on the face?

Hi Princessbrenna Yes, you can definitely use the Ultra Repair Cream on your face as well. Smiley Happy  You shouldn't notice any clogging or increased oil.  It's really not a very heavy cream, but is hydrating and great if you have any irritation. 

First Aid Beauty - Ultra Repair Cream

http://www.sephora.com/ultra-repair-cream-P248407?skuId=1217744

Re: Can First Aid's Beauty Ultra Repair Cream be used on the face?

According to the packaging, the 6 oz. cream is good for the face as well!

 

First Aid Beauty - Ultra Repair Cream

 

If you're worried that the cream may be a bit rich on your face, try a test patch for a couple of nights. Most body creams are made a bit more emollient as the skin on our bodies are tougher than the skin on our face, so it doesn't hurt just to approach it tentatively!

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