I’m never that happy reviewing complicated skin care products – there’s always so much sciency information that to be honest, I can never prove or disprove. Clever marketing hype and wording doesn’t help either. I’m not implying that Nuxe, above, does any of these things but when I opened my press release to see the word ‘mitochondria’ my heart did sink a little bit (so, I guess I might be implying that!). My skin is soooo ropey after being ill that I really do need something to give it back it’s energy, and reckon that changing up my routine could have the desired effect (fingers crossed).
I’ve used Nuxe Nuxellence Jeunesse for several days and so far I am pretty impressed – it seems it isn’t for nothing that this is their No.1 selling face product in France. They say it gives instant smoothing and yes, it really does. They also say that ‘skin is more beautiful’ – I can’t answer that one and they also claim that ‘the complexion is more radiant’.. the jury is still out on that one as well. However, it feels lovely – my skin is significantly smoother for using it and definitely feels plumper. It’s far too early to say if it has any significant effect on wrinkles, but I’ve got a feeling about this one! It’s £46 which isn’t too bad considering some of the insane prices there are for anti-ageing creams.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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