Cosmetic Chemist Review, Ingredients: LaRoche Posay Anthelios SPF 50 Primer, Korres Wild Rose Brightening Sleeping Facial
This overnight facial-in-a-jar is a breakthrough in beauty sleep. More than a mask, more than a night cream, it contains the Korres Phos Compound, a proprietary blend including a brightening agent and stabilized vitamin C. Day after day, week after week, uneven tone and dark spots will continuously improve. After only 14 days you’ll see skin that’s brighter, more even-toned and exceptionally radiant.
A Cosmetic Chemist’s Take: What’s unique about this product is its melt-into-skin texture. And the inclusion of Wild Rose Oil helps to moisturize and soften the skin.
For the first time, ANTHELIOS 50 combines broad spectrum UVA/UVB protection with Cell-OX Shield™ antioxidant technology in a primer that is clinically proven to instantly reduce fine lines, wrinkles, pore size, dark spots and redness.
A Cosmetic Chemist’s Take: This is one of the most advanced primers I’ve seen. With clinically proven anti-aging benefits, SPF and optical diffusers to instantly blur fine lines and imperfections.
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- Ron Robinson, cosmetic chemist and founder of BeautyStat.com
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