I've always loved skincare products, I remember when I was younger my mum letting me use her Oil of Olay (or oil of ugly as she used so call it) and then me getting my own, those were the days. I might not be using Olay any more but I've still dabbled in quite a few skincare brands and have a quite wide range of favorites.
At Christmas I received a lovely Estee Lauder skincare set as one of my presents, needless to say I started using the products straight away, I couldn't wait. As I've been using them for a few months, I thought I would do a review of one of the products for you.
I decided to start with the Daywear Advanced Multi-Protection Anti-Oxidant SPF 15 Creme, wow that's a long complicated name, I just call it my moisturizer lol.
This "day cream" is formulated for normal/combination skin, which is not really my skin type, I have more oily skin. But I didn't have any problems with this moisturizer I was a little worried it would be too oily for me as it does contain spf15, but it was lovely, it felt really luxurious on my skin and left me looking dewy and healthy, rather than an oily mess.
Here is what the cream looks like:
As you can see from the above picture this cream has a very thick consistency, which would normally worry me, as in my past experience they always take ages to skin in and leave me my face looking like an oil slick. Not this one, it sinks in like a dream, also because it's so thick you only need to use the smallest amount. So it will probably last me months.
Here it is on my skin:
I like to use this every night as my night cream and it really does the job well, leaving my skin soft and moisturized Sometimes if my skin is on the drier side in the mornings I will use it just on those areas, or I sometime mix it with my morning moisturizer.
I really like the scent of this product, it smells like cucumbers , it's so refreshing. I'm in love with this product and I definitely recommend it, plus I think it will work for all skin types which is a bonus.
The only downside I can see to this product is the price, it is a tad on the expensive side coming in at £37, although you do get quite a lot of product, 50ml. I just used the product from the lid for the first week lol.
I definitely recommend popping along to a Estee Lauder counter and asking for a sample, it really is a lovely product that I will absolutely be re-purchasing in the future when I've run out.
Learn more at: http://tinyurl.com/nb2fens