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[Review] L'oreal Night Repair Essence

From the October BDJ Box, the next product that I will review is the L'oreal Night Repair Essence. This is part of their Revitalift range or anti-aging line. I got the sample size with the volume of 5mL. I was not really sure if this product is applicable to my age. However, since it was included in the box, then it must be. 

The official description from the BDJ Box is:

L'OREAL REVITALIFT INTENSIVE NIGHT REPAIR ESSENCE, 5 ML
Stimulates your skin's natural lifters and revives your skin's firmness and elasticity.


The 5mL sample size of L'oreal Night Repair Essence.
As per exploring the small bottle, I found out how to use this product. At the back part, it was written: 'Use everyday in the evening on cleansed skin before your usual skin care.' So I just considered this as a night moisturizer. 


The back part of the bottle.
The content was a clear transparent fluid. It was easily absorbed by the skin. However, this one had a slight sting on my skin, as much as other anti-aging products that I have used. 

Its effects were immediate. I applied this product on my eyelids and I couldn't open my eyes without having to fight the instant firmness of my skin. The following morning, I could feel the positive effect on my cheeks. 

So, I continuously used this product for five days. By then, I could really feel the stiffness of my skin to the point that I had to put effort to move my cheeks while smiling or talking. Now I know what Botox feels like. 

I can say that L'oreal Night Repair Essence is for those who need to treat serious aging problems. With my young skin at 25, the effects were overpowering. Because of that, I decided  to use this the night before important events for a better skin condition. With such measures, this 5mL sample can go a long way.


Comments

Jenniya said…
nice post dear.

XX, Jenniya
http://simplyjenniya.blogspot.com
Wonder Woman said…
Thanks for the tip! I'm 25, too, so I'll make sure to use the sample bottle in my BDJ Box sparingly :) Great review!

http://wonderwomanrises.blogspot.com
Unknown said…
this product sounds great but its crazy that it was overpowering!

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