“If you’re willing to put up with a little discomfort to get a glowing, healthy complexion then
this cream is worth every penny of the £100 it costs. As soon as I put it on, I could feel the ‘65%
clinically active ingredients’ at work on my face. It gave a slightly uncomfortable burning/tingling
sensation which lasted for an hour or so for the first week, but became less obvious after that. The
upside to this is that it did give my complexion a really healthy glow and left it also
looking firm and toned. I liked the not-too-thin consistency of this lotion and it
suited my slightly dry skin, but it did sit on top of the skin, leaving a pale white sheen
and also made my complexion feel slightly oily which meant I couldn’t put my make up
on until it had fully absorbed. So, this is definitely a ‘treatment’ cream and not just
a ‘moisturising lotion’. It may have had some effect on reducing fine lines and wrinkles,
but the ones that give me main concerns – on my forehead – didn’t seem to benefit.
All in all, this cream acts how you’d hope an ultra-expensive one would, but needs longer than
a month it seems, to start acting on the crows feet!
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...
It’s £100 from Harrods.
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