Just from the name I knew I’d love these products! And if you look at the packaging, there is nothing screaming ‘anti-ageing’. There is an allusion to it in the finer print on the back but it’s an excellent example of making a beauty cream look enticing across the board without mentioning age at all. Starting with the serum and its 75% hyaluronic – what a joy of a product! It’s got the right slip to make you feel encouraged to massage it but crucially, it doesn’t then dry down to feeling that you have nothing on your skin which a lot of hyaluronic serums that I’ve been trying do. It lets your skin feel immediately flexible and softened.
The moisturising cream is in a sorbet format – very light and water-feeling but it has that same slip that attracts massage and made my complexion feel immediately silky. There’s no shine with it either. The claim that 30% hyaluronic draws atmosphere vapour for up to 72 hours – gosh, I don’t know. I like the sound of it, but in reality I didn’t wait 72 hours with no moisturiser to see if it worked. I used it morning and night like I do every other moisturiser I test!
It’s such a ‘me’ range – I prefer these light feeling products that still deliver a lot of hydration – my make up, by the way, went on like a dream after using it in the morning. It’s testament to the fact that these days, clever formulations mean that you don’t need heavy creams for your skin to feel hydrated. The serum is £52 HERE and the cream hasn’t launched yet so maybe start with the serum before committing to the cream – I’m very happily recommending this to all skin types and all ages as a generous hydrator that leaves skin silky soft and looking flexible and happy.
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Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
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