I have to first say that I had a free sample of this cream. There are many promises for the Hydroxatone AM/PM Anti-Wrinkle Complex. Most creams that I try are not too bad and I usually end up giving fair to great reviews. This one, however, was not my favorite by far. The very first thing I thought of when I applied it was that it was too heavy. It is very thick and very rich. It is likely a cream for someone with extremely dry skin. Second, I never noticed any results. Not a one. I have a couple of tiny lines that it did not diminish in any way but it didn’t repair any of the other things it is supposed to either.
This cream says it will: erase the appearance of fine lines/crow's feet around the eyes, reduce the appearance of even deep wrinkles in the forehead area, reduce discoloration and uneven skin tone, hydrate skin across all age groups, improve skin tone and radiance, reduces the appearance of hyperpigmentation and increase skin hydration by over 20%. It does include a SPF to protect skin against UVA/UVB rays, although it is only SPF 15. It is also dermatologist tested and free of parabens for what it is worth.
It does contain many ingredients that are effective for anti-aging, such as Matrixyl3000, hyaluronic acid and the peptide Argireline. However, if these ingredients are not at a high enough level in the formula, then the product will not work. Hyaluronic acid works. It pulls water from the air and the body to moisturize your skin. This was a cream that did moisturize. Hydroxatone AM/PM Anti-Wrinkle Complex does have some merits. It moisturizes quite well. I didn’t notice that it helped my discolorations though. I don’t think that fine line/wrinkle repair is one of them.
There is a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee, so if you do decide that you want to try it for yourself, have no fear. However, at $69.95 there are other creams I would recommend over this one.
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