Skin is meant to be a youthful expression of yourself and with all the wear and tear we put it through no wonder it can wrinkle and change colors from what it once was. If you have ever used any anti-aging products than you know they all claim to work wonders. That being said, Perfective Ceuticals Divine Age Guardian Cream does as well, so when I was given the review I was more than moderately skeptical. Lotion is lotion right? Well no, I guess it's not. The specific differences between Perfective Ceuticals Divine Age Guardian Cream and others are that they include a proprietary mix of Epidermal Growth Factor, Matrixyl, Omega 3-6-9 and Ginseng Extract that is specifically designed to hydrate lift and tone skin.
Okay yes, I did just quote what they have it in, now let's break that down on what it means for us as the consumer. Epidermal Growth factor stimulates cell growth and proliferation (spread) in other words it makes you grow more skin cells, which is good new skin cells yay! Matrixyl? Yep, had to google this bad boy because it feels like a gobblygook word bascially its a peptide that stimulates the synthesis of collagen and skin repair. Okay so another good thing to put on your face. Next up is the Omega 3-6-9, well that is an essential fatty acid, which has a ton of benefits (google it). And lastly, Ginseng Extract according to the web it brightens skin.
So with all those benefits in the recipe I had to try it, but at 30 and a baby face my face isn't exactly a great place for me to get any drastic results. Yet, that is yet. Give me 10 years and we will see, or maybe we won't if I keep using this cream.
I used Perfective Ceuticals Divine Age Guardian Cream mainly on my hands, for some reason thus far in my life that is where I am noticing the most aging to occur. Yeah, I have old hands, guess I use them too much? That being said I did also use it on my face, but asI said above, well 30 has been good to me thus far. That and since I have always been so pale and hid from the sun I don't get a lot of damage. I did notice however that the statement about being non-comedogenic or non-zit forming for those of us without a degree in skin completely true. Putting it on my face didn't cause me to break out which is always a risk when it comes to my face.
From my first impression I didn’t see a major change in my handskin other than the texture began to feel smoother and extremely soft. The longer I used it the more I noticed that it seems as though the wrinkles are reducing and my skin is getting more taut, but not in the too tight sort of way that you get when your skin is dehydrated. It actually seemed quite the opposite, my skin seems more hydrated than previously. I have even noticed my "hang nails" reducing around my fingernail beds.
One thing I really liked about the product was the packaging, the shiny blue orb really leaves an impression sitting on your bathroom counter. It’s stylized shape and color give it the air of super high end and expensive, which is fun and nice to make myself feel special. If your looking to try a new anti-aging cream this would definitely be a good one to try out. If my hands are any indication of what it can do for someone who is feeling that their face is becoming less smooth than they would like, then this has some real potential to bring back some of the youthful texture.
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