I would not recommend.
Gave me a red scaly itchy rash all over my face especially on forehead, inner cheeks & chin. Did the same to my mum. No other face cream, lotion or moisturiser has affected my skin this way before.
L'Oreal Age Perfect Golden Age Rosy Re-Densifying Day Cream
I purchased this about 1 month ago, used it for about 1 week and then found it making my face itchy. Just used it again this morning and found that it seemed to be burning across my forehead. . Hope it does not continue, I will keep trying it out, am hoping that I will be able to give good review as I really like the texture and rosy glow (which is too minimal) of the product. No SPF which is good because some moisturisers containing SPF are normally white, thick, heavy/greasy and affect my eyes.
Don't Waste Your Money
I am extremely disappointed with L'Oreal's entire "Age Perfect - Cell Renewal" line. I reached a point when for once I decided to splurge on face care. I bought the entire line of this product (at different places & on sale!): Cleansing Milk, Toner, Golden Serum, and both night and day creams. I used them all together, daily and nightly for 3 straight months. Result? Absolutely no better than any ordinary and inexpensive product. I really wanted this to work and perform even a fraction of the miracle restoration it (and Jane Fonda) claimed. The...best thing I can say about any of it is the cleanser and toner did a fine job for comparable prices to other brands. They cleaned. The biggest let down was the expensive serum and creams. The night cream DID smell and feel wonderful, but showed no changes in skin condition (which is average for 50's.) Another beauty come-on busted, in my opinion.
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Whilst i was lucky i was given the day and night cream to review of this and i was heartenend that the day cream lacked sunscreen for starters and also the day cream wa a bit heavy, it also left an oily look on my face even though i only used a mall amount. The night cream was a bit better but after using it for a month or so i couldnt see my skin had changed at all nothing to be honest, compared to the definity range, i would sooner spend my money on that than waste it on this one.
I was lucky with this one as i was given the day and night cream to review, and while i think the day cream was a bit heavy lack of sunscreen put me of to start with.
Lack of sunscreen in the day cream, it was pricey for what it done.
Overall, I think it is an okay moisturiser and the Olay Total Effects is a much better effective moisturiser and better value for your money in the long term. There are also much cheaper moisturisers such as the Hamilton lotion that does a better job at moisturises the face, however, L'oreal does have a better fragrance.
Hydrating Skin Re-Support Day Cream is a good moisturiser, smells nice, nice texture and makes my skin look slightly glowly and healthy.
No SPF. Not a good day wear moisturiser as my face has burnt wearing this moisturiser in the sun for long periods of time.
Questions & Answers
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.
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?
What is the suitable age for using the group of L'Oreal Age Perfect?
I am not an expert, but I would say 30 upwards
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|Day/Night Usage||Day and Night|
|Release date||Sept 2009|
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