I had some samples of the **DHC Coenzyme Q10 Cream Moisturizer** and I thought it'd be perfect to use around my eyes and other drier parts of my skin. It's supposed to tone and firm and protect skin from cell damage. I do have combination/oily skin, but I tried it anyway because the cream is described as medium-weight and "suitable for everyone's skin." I couldn't disagree more. **What DHC Q10 Cream Promised:** - Excellent toning and firming - Powerful antioxidant skin protection - Smooth, supple, radiant skin **What DHC Q10 Cream Delivered:** - Barely perceptible fragrance (a good thing, in my opinion) - An instantly greasy feel - Shiny skin I didn't like the feel of the cream when I applied a touch to my fingertips, but I wanted to give it a fair try. I suppose it is medium-weight, but since I'm more familiar with lightweight moisturizing gels and lotions, it felt Crisco-heavy to me. I applied it and rubbed it in well. I thought it absorbed fairly quickly, and so I went to check my face in the mirror. To my surprise, I was sporting more of a greasy shine than a radiant glow. I washed it off and went back to my usual moisturizer. Overall, I think that **DHC Coenzyme Q10 Cream Moisturizer** would work fine for anyone with drier skin, but I can't recommend it for all skin types. The coenzyme Q10 is a worthwhile ingredient, but I think I'll try to find it in a formula that's more light-weight.