This product really moisturizes. I use it overnight on dry skin and it leaves my skin softer by morning. My skin must drink this up because when I put it on at night my face is very dewey. By morning, everything is absorbed. Highly recommend for those with dry skin.
I have just bought the day night and eye cream pack at Sams for $30.00... I have read the reviews and I am looking forward to seeing the rusults.. I will keep you posted!
I love this night cream! I stopped using it for about 6 months? I was trying other night creams but I had to come back to it. It is the only one that makes me look great when I wake up. It is expensive but sometimes you can find it at a TJMAXX for less. I did try the day version of it but I think the night one is much better. Try it!
HG night cream. I don't know how this stuff works. But I swear to you it somehow almost makes lines disapear. I do (A LOT) to my face. Hell, it's botoxed, it's laser re-surfaced, peeled, polished you name it, and it lookes good for 51 years old. My guy leaves this one wrinkle on my forehead because he says it adds character (WHATEVER). I looked up in the rearview mirror the other day and that one wrinkle is gone. The only thing I have changed about my regimin is this cream. Like I said, I have no idea how it happened but it did. I don't even remember how I got this cream I think my mom bought it and didn't like the smell and said "here take this". GOOD FOR ME! my new HG night cream. And after asking my derm, it's OK to use with retinoids witch I also swear by.
I got the deal at TJ MAXX for $24.95. It is a very typical EA moisturizer to me, feels pretty much the same as Visible Difference moisture cream in texture and smell but a little bit on the greasy side. In another way I think it is best for dehydrated skin which needs some extra oil to soften. For me I still wake up in the morning feel my skin dry. (my skin is lacking water not oil). Lastly I don't think it worth $88 in retail as it is just an ordinary moisturizer.
I usually get this product at TJMAX or Marshalls. A HG product for me. I have extremely sensitive dry skin. I have tried so many products and the only one that works for me is this one. Recently my local TJMAX has increased the price on this product. I guess that shows u how good it is.
This does what a night cream is suppose to do
MILLENIUM Millenium Night Renewal Creme $88.00
This rich-textured cream claims to be clinically and dermatologist tested to replaces daily moisture loss while you sleep and smoothes the look of fine lines. This cream works well in conjunction with hydroquinone spot treatments, peptide serum, and retinoids because the rich formula has a thick, heavy base which helps drive active ingredients into the skin. It also DOESNT contain alpha hydroxy acids, which when used back-to-back with retinoids can inactivate each other. It is very moisturizing on the skin with out feeling greasy even though it is thick and heavy, but night creams are suppose to be.
Ingredients water, isopropyl myristate, squalane, dimethicone, cyclopentasiloxane, mineral oil (paraffinum liquidum), polyglyceryl-3 diisostearate, sorbitol, polyethylene, triundecanoin, propylene glycol, beeswax (cera alba), urea, allantoin, panthenol, lanolin alcohol, quaternium-18 hectorite, cyclohexasiloxane, fragrance (parfum), alpha-isomethyl ionone, benzyl salicylated, butylphenyl, methylpropional, citronellol, eugenol, hydroxycitronellal, limonene, linalool, butylparaben, diazolidinyl urea, ethylparaben, methylparaben, propylparaben, phenoxyethanol
I found this at TJ Maxx. At the counter it is $88 !!!! Yikes! I love EA products and this is another goody for me. I have dry skin and it sinks in good while still leaving me with a slightly dewey feel. I don't understand the problem people have with jars. It is not unsanitary if you just wash your hands first. As a contact lense wearer, my routine is to wash my hands first morning and night before puting in or taking out my lenses and then I apply my cleanser/moisturizer. With a jar I know I am getting every last bit of product. Tubes I have to cut the end off when I am running low.
I got this as a bargain as well , i'm quite happy with it tho .. So far, so good .It does have a scent, just doesn't bother me .And it IS runny for a night cream but i like that too as long as it sinks in beautifully and my skin feels hydrated when i wake up in the morning , and that's the case for me .
This is yet another cheap bargain I found at TJMaxx for $14.99. If it weren't that cheap I doubt I'd even think about purchasing this. Anyways, I have used EA's Visible Difference ever since it showed up in a two-pack at Costco as well as the Kirkland-Borghese night cream and I have to say that THIS is my least favorite of the three. First, it smells funny, almost like it's going bad or something, but it's probably the herbal extracts. Second, it's not moisturizing enough for my 20-something combo skin. When I apply this at night, I usually apply one coat after cleansing and let it sink it before I apply a second. This is the only way I can get my skin sufficiently hydrated in the morning. The consistency is a bit runny compared to other night creams I've used but overall it's okay. When I run out I don't plan on repurchasing this.