The good news is there are affordable skincare products out there that don’t just work, they actually produce results. And there’s one hiding in your supermarket aisle.
L'Oréal Paris® Revitalift Laser X3 Day Cream has an impressive resume for its $44.95 price tag. It tackles three of the top issues facing your skin as you age: wrinkles, a loss of density and a loss of firmness. And the only commitment required from you is to update your current skincare range.
Most of the credit for its effective anti-ageing results must go to its hero ingredient: Pro-Xylane™. Used in a concentrated three per cent dosage (you’ll find it in the entire L'Oréal Paris®’ Revitalift Laser X3 range, which includes a night cream, serum, eye cream and glycolic pads), the active ingredient helps stimulate collagen and reinforce the link between the dermis and epidermis so skin becomes more visibly plump and firm.
Good to know: Pro-Xylane™ is an eco-friendly, natural active ingredient derived from xylose, a natural sugar sourced from beech trees that is extracted through a green chemistry process.
Fragmented hyaluronic acid is the other superstar in the L'Oréal Paris® Revitalift Laser X3 Day Cream. Hyaluronic acid has earned its accolade as the gold standard ingredient for hydrating skin due to its ability to hold 1,000 times its weight in water. Hydration is vital for keeping skin looking youthful and visibly reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Going that one step further, fragmented hyaluronic acid, specifically, has a smaller molecular size so it’s able to penetrate quickly and deeply into the skin.
This day cream also comes in a variant with SPF to protect your skin from UVA and UVB exposure that can contribute to premature skin ageing. If you’re not so good at applying sunscreen every morning, then definitely opt for the SPF version. For best results, add the L'Oréal Paris® Revitalift Laser X3 Night Cream to your skincare routine, too.
You can find L'Oréal Paris® Revitalift Laser X3 Collection in Priceline, Coles, Woolworths, Big W and Chemist Warehouse.