I have combination skin that needs moisture, but not too much. Oxy's new Hydrating Therapy lotion provides just the right amount. The consistency is milky and a little bit of it goes a long way. There is a therapeutic percentage of salicylic acid to provide gentle exfoliation. There is some menthol present in the formulation, just enough to leave a slight tingle, but it wasn't enough to cause my skin to react negatively. People with more sensitive skin might want to watch out for that, though. The price for this product is excellent compared to similar products on the market. I like DHC Salicylic Face Milk a lot, but it costs twice the price of the Oxy, even before shipping costs are factored in. I'd love to consider the Oxy product a permanent replacement for my favorite except for one thing: the smell. The Oxy Clinical Hydrating Therapy treatment smells stale, like when lotion is just starting to turn, or more specifically when the oils are just starting to turn. It's not stale, the lotion hasn't turned. It just smells like it has. I think it's coming from the castor oil. The smell dissipates but before it does it's really bothersome. Bottom line, I will still use the Oxy lotion as my go-to whenever I can't spring for the DHC. It's not my number one, but it's on my list.