Deep Moisture Therapy 59ml
This antioxidant powerhouse delivers an intense surge of soothing moisture nourishment to relieve dry, flaky skin. After the first application, skin feels smooth, velvety soft and the complexion is restored to a vibrant rosy glow. This cream’s anti-aging properties work overtime to minimize the appearance of imperfections and wrinkles. It also acts as a great base, helping makeup glide on smoothly and evenly.
What are the benefits?
- Nourishing, protective and restorative.
- Leaves the skin soft and supple.
-Soothes the appearance of imperfections and wrinkles.
-Acts as a great base for makeup.
How does it work?
Tocotrienols are a potent form of Vitamin E considered 40 to 50 times more powerful than conventional forms. These antioxidants offer powerful protection against free radical and environmental damage, as well as unparalleled healing and nourishing benefits for red, irritated or dry skin.
Vitamin C Ester
The ideal therapy for sun-damaged skin, Vitamin C Ester minimizes discoloration while visibly firming and brightening skin’s appearance.
How do I apply it?
- Restores skin's youthful suppleness
- With one application, skin looks and feels smooth and velvety soft; takes on a healthy, glowing complexion
- Its anti-aging properties work over-time to smooth the appearance of imperfections and wrinkles
- Works great as a base make-up; make-up glides on smoothly and evenly
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(1 of 1 people found this review helpful)
I originally trialed this on qvc due to their SUPERB returns policy. I previously used the face finishing and found that one too greasy so decided to give this one a try. I already have oily skin and it works well to hydrate and even as a primer under makeup. I also use a cleansing oil to wash evening and first thing in the morning too - and each time, follow up with this moisturiser. Feels light on the skin and covers well.
For the price, yes, it is expensive. But, one jar last ~2.5/3 months. Happy that I've found something that actually works well worth my skin. Lord knows JUST how much money women waste a year on cosmetics. Would caution though that you should try before you buy (samples or qvc) to be sure. £71 is a lot to waste on something that doesn't work for you.