Perfective Ceuticals Face Cream
Face cream or lotion? When I was younger I just rubbed the same lotion that I applied all over my body to my face. Then age and weathering starting catching up to me. LOL @ weathering – just like the stream wearing down the canyon walls so does each year to my body.
Now I apply a face cream – which just seems like a thicker lotion. I have been using the Perfective Ceuticals Face Cream for several weeks. I honestly have mixed feelings.
It smells nice, sort of “girly” according to my teens. It applies easily and absorbs quickly. It also doesn’t leave my face oily or feeling like it is being smothered.
Sounds like a great product doesn’t it?
Then I get to the ingredients and the pricing. That is where I start having problems. Some of the ingredients (Methylparaben, Ethylparaben) are ones that I have learned should be avoided on the facial area. Add those to the price point for this product and there lives my problem.
So while it may feel great on my skin, I can’t say that I would purchase it again.
Divine Age Guardian Cream with Growth Factor is a rich, nourishing cream infused with powerful anti-aging ingredients to rejuvenate skin from the inside out.
Its proprietary complex of Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF), Matrixyl (Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-4), Omega 3-6-9 and Ginseng Extract helps erase the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and correct imperfections by stimulating cellular regeneration, microcirculation and the production of youth proteins.
Combined with time released hydrators, anti-oxidants and skin brighteners to enhance health and radiance, the skin feels hydrated, lifted and toned.
For more information on the Perfective Ceuticals Face Cream or to read other reviews, visit their Amazon store.
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