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Best Cream For Face and Eye - Retinol 2.5%

Updated on February 3, 2016
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Best Cream for Face and Eye - From Uptown Cosmeceuticals.

Retinol 2.5% is a cream that will nourish your skin, make it potent, hydrate and helps to recapture a youthful experience.It is a cream which is made up of 71% of Organic Ingredients which can easily creates an aura of refresh atmosphere around your skin and makes it more attractive.

It contains Organic Jajoba Oil, Wheat Germ Oil, Vitamin E and Organic Green Tea which nourish your skin and creates a smooth fine lines, diminishes acne appearance and even reduce pores.

This cream is best suited for night purpose but if you want to use it in day time then please apply some sunscreen before applying it.It is based upon advanced formula that is obtained by carefully picking of ingredients which makes your skin healthier, fresh and reverse the sign of aging

How to apply it on face:


1. Take the cream out and apply it on face and neck gently.

2. Lightly Massage it in upwork circular motion.

3. Used once daily in night time.

4. If you have sensitive skin then apply it only in night (please avoid it using in day time)

5. If you have normal to oily skin you can use it in morning and evening (two times a day).

Pros:

1. Reduce Acne and eczema.

2. Improve discoloration and wrinkles that is caused due to sun.

3. You can also apply it to neck and eye area.


Customer Reviews (On Amazon) or Frequently Answer Questions

Q1. Does it feels heavy on face?

Ans: Absolutely Not, Very Creamy Sinks Right in (By Julie the cat)

Q2. Can the product worn under make-up?

Ans: I have been using it for about 2 weeks and I do wear it under my makeup. It is not oily and I do have oily skin.
(By Stephanie Ayers on January 11, 2016)


Q3. Is it a pump bottle ? or it is a jar that has lid that you open?

Ans It is a pump bottle.
(By Joe Ruhnke on January 4, 2016)

Q4. I have dry skin, should I use this product since some people have stated that it creates dryness?

Answer: I have not felt any dryness from this. We all have different skin texture, dry,oily,etc. You will just need to try out. Sorry I can't be more specific.
(By J Gantt on January 15, 2016 )

Q5. Can someone who didn't get this for free/discounted in exchange for a review but just bought it on their own say if it's any good or link your review?

Answer: I did not receive it for free (although that would've been great!). I bought this because I liked the ingredients- lots of organic stuff. I've been using it for about 2 weeks now and find that my skin feels so soft. I just put it on at night after washing my face with a washcloth and warm water. I'm 30 and have always used daily and nightly moisturizer, so I don't really have wrinkles, but I can say this one feels like one of the nicer, higher quality products I have used. My face is more hydrated with this (but it's not greasy and I'm not breaking out) than I would say is average for night creams.
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By Kate on January 5, 2016)



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