*Disclosure* I was sent this product complimentary from iFabbo for review purposes.
Hey everyone! This is a product that I was so excited to try out when I saw it was available on the iFabbo website! It's the Hydroxatone AM/PM Anti-Wrinkle Complex. I'm super excited to be doing my review now as I've gotten to try it out for nearly a month.
Now what makes this product so effective? I have my little info card handy, so I'll tell you!
- Hyaluronic Acid: Incredible ability to retain moisture in the skin which results in increased smoothness, softness and decrease of facial wrinkles.
- Matrixyl3000: Helps skin promote natural levels of collagen, hyaluronic acid and fibronectin.
- Argireline: Anti-aging peptide specifically designed to provide fast results.
- SPF 15: To help protect the skin against the sun's harmful rays.
As you can see, you use this day and night. Personally, I only have been using this at night because it is very rich and moisturizing and makes my skin feel oily. I don't mind that when I'm sleeping, but during the day it'll be too much. I might be able to get away with using this in the morning during Winter.
When I first opened the jar, I loved how creamy and whipped it looked. To me, it looks like whipped butter. Once I put it on my face and let the product sink in, I was amazed at how soft my skin felt. When I wake up, my skin feels pretty oily, but when I look in the mirror, my skin looks even, soft and fresh. It's actually pretty amazing. I don't have wrinkles yet, so I can't really say whether or not this product helps with that, but if you have wrinkles, I think over time, it may. It's incredibly hydrating and feels like silk on the skin. A little bit goes a very long way as well, which is why it doesn't look like much has been used. This little jar retails for $69 at Ulta and I know that's really pricey, but it's worth it in my opinion, especially when you only need a little bit of product for your whole face and neck. If you have normal to dry skin, you can definitely use this morning and night. For oily skinned peeps like myself, I recommend using this only at night.
Have any of you tried this product? If not, does it look like something you'd try?