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|Effectiveness - how effective was this product?|
|Formula Thickness - how thick is the formula for this product?|
|Moisturizing - how moisturizing is this product?|
|Gentleness - how gentle is this product?|
|Greasiness - how greasy is this product?|
|Lightweight - how lightweight does this product feel?|
|Blend Time - how quickly does this product blend in?|
|Anti Aging - how effective is this product for anti aging (fine lines and wrinkles)?|
|Brightening - how effective is this product for brightening (uneven or dull skintone)?|
|Clarifying - how effective is this product for clarifying (pore refinement and improve skin texture)?|
|Firming - how effective is this product for firming (loss of elasticity)?|
|Oil Control - how effective is this product for oil control?|
|Value - how would you rate the value of this product overall?|
Prefer prose? A snappy summary of reviews so far: Feedback for the effectiveness category a rating of five indicates responses to "how effective was this product?" frequently indicate highly effective. Considering feedback for the formula thickness category an average of two is a sign that when asked "how thick is the formula for this product?" mildly lean thin. Reviewing the moisturizing category the current rating of four suggests replies to "how moisturizing is this product?" tended towards hydrating. On the gentleness category the current four suggests reviewers evaluating "how gentle is this product?" mainly indicate gentle. Looking at review rankings for the lightweight category the rating of one suggests users & critics in response to the "how lightweight does this product feel?" usually indicate heavy.