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L'Oreal Age Perfect

L'Oreal Age Perfect Questions & Answers

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6 questions from our users

Sandra
Sandraasked

Hello
I bought L’Oreal age perfect cell renewal day cream ,night cream and serum. Within 2 days my face was red and hot and puffy all over. People I know were asking if I was okay. One asked if I had just woken up. I have never had any problems with any other products. I have stopped using these products and still trying to calm down the red and puffy. I spent a lot of money for these useless products and I would like to know how to get my money back.

Regards
Sandra

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Karen
Karenasked

I am 50 years old and just bought the Age Perfect Intense Nutrition Neck And Décolletage Cream. I noticed it’s for 60 + age group. Is this going to be suitable for me to use?

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Ramy Nayer
Ramy Nayerasked

What is the suitable age for using the group of L'Oreal Age Perfect?

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Missy
Missy

I am not an expert, but I would say 30 upwards

Melissa M
Melissa Masked

How much for this product?

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Fil
Fil

Hi. About $20.

Kalirose
Kalirose

I paid just under $20.00.

futureisamazin
futureisamazin

When Coles at Broardway have this product on Special I have seen $19.95 !

Summer Osborne
Summer Osborneasked

what is a good less expensive day cream for someone in their 40's?

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Cynthia02
Cynthia02

Personally, I've found Moo Goo moisturizers very good. That line is available in most pharmacies. I also highly recommend Warbotanicals Night Renewal Cream. It's my new favorite, and they have others as well, all nice. www.warbotanicals.com. Hope this helps!

luxys
luxysasked

Can you wear loreal age perfect pro calcium night cream for very mature skin during the day too? I'm 69.

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Cynthia02
Cynthia02

I don't know anything about the night cream you mentioned, but as my review stated I don't recommend spending money on this L'Oréal Age Perfect line.

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