Absorption describes how well a substance penetrates your skin. Here we measure absorption in terms of its rate of penetration into your skin. How fast did it absorb? Some products don't absorb well, and instead "sit" on top of skin forming a film, which can range from light to heavy. If you still have a layer of product sitting on top of your skin, the rate would be considered Very Slow.
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Sometimes a product leaves a residue on the skin after it is applied - a film or a layer of product. Often the residue feels greasy, particularly with heavy moisturizers that contain a high amount of lipids. If your product does have residue, how greasy is it?
A medium white fluffy cream moisturizer that is clinically proven to help diminish the look of Rosacea, broken capillaries, on the face, and dark circles under the eyes. This
extraordinary product contains glycosaminoglycans and sodium chondroitin sulfate to soothe red irritated and dehydrated skin due to the sensitivity of a harsh environment, chemical peels, laser
treatment, dermabrasion, Retin A, and sunburn. 2 oz.