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Old 10-25-2016, 01:37 AM
RivkahChaya RivkahChaya is offline
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I think there was an even older Consumer Reports test of skin oils/moisturizers. As I recall, there was no connection between price, label, and effectiveness. The cheapest option would be to spend $2 at the grocery store on a pound of lard -- and it'd be as effective as the expensive brand name moisturizers.
It'd go rancid, though, and might attract flies.

There's no connection between price and quality, with the exception that some cruelty-free stuff is a little more spendy, if that's a quality you value.