The cream itself I find enjoyable, something "solid" in consistency than normal skin creams, absorbs quickly. Whether's what helps? The only time will tell. Currently, I am anyway satisfied with the content. - Not, however, with the packaging: You have to turn the head and out of the cover goes out a donor. The opening of the dispenser is designed so that it is so precisely performed during retraction past the edge that it comes here to residues with certainty who will eventually go rancid. If you already do not want to offer the cream in normal aluminum cans (which have indeed an entire bar of disadvantages), then you should at least have recourse to a donor who these inputs and deploying frills saves. What shoud that? I want to put some cream my face and not start any experiments.