In general, there is nothing harmful in this cream. But the base (base) of the composition can clog the pores if the skin is oily or combination. The active ingredients of the cream are a daily care cascade: hydrolyzed soy proteins are responsible for the restoration of the epidermis (judging by their location in the list of components of the cream, there are not so many of them there), aloe vera is for nutrition and relieving irritation (its place in the list of components says that the real percentage of its input is low), shea butter - for nutrition and healing (it's nice that there is a sufficient amount of it in the composition).
If your skin is oily or combination, this cream may seem heavy, make the skin even more oily and, as a result, provoke inflammation in the form of small pimples. There are no anti-aging components.
The cream is based on liquid vaseline oil. It is also quite heavy on the skin. By the way, the entire European mass market is made on the basis of this liquid vaseline oil. One of the scientific articles says that they are even treated for atopic dermatitis. But our cream goes to the shelf for care, not for treatment.
On the plus side, this cream avoided PEGs and paraben preservation (although the latter has not been proven to be harmful).
Conclusion: as an instantly moisturizing base, especially to help make-up artists, this cream is not bad (I use it myself), but in everyday life, especially in summer, it may seem too heavy, and owners of oily skin are unlikely to be satisfied with it.