Thursday, 24 December 2009
Olay Regenerist 3 Point Treatment Cream
I was pleasantly surprised to find that this is something different, because it's a massage cream that specifically targets the eyes, jawline and neck, loaded with hyaluronic acid to plump the skin. If you're interested in the idea of the Suqqu Gankin but you don't want to pay the £60 for the massage cream, this is a pretty good alternative. I've only tried it once (it came today) but so far I'm quite impressed with how it feels during the massage. Where it's different from the Suqqu is that you don't have to wash it off afterwards; it's the last step in your skincare routine. I wouldn't personally ordinarily use it during the daytime because it has no spf in it.
I don't really have sagging issues, but my sister in law has already expressed an interest in this cream so I'm going to make her a sample up and ask her to test it out too. I'll report back on how we both like it; I would warn the scent-sensitive that the fragrance in this is quite strong to my nose, it's quite a typical fresh Japanese skincare kind of smell.
If you've left someone's present until the very last minute (shame on you!) Boots and Superdrug both have this cream on offer at the moment for £23-£24, and Boots have it in a red gift box set.
Disclaimer: this product was sent to me without charge for consideration for review.