Powerful anti-aging serum
Elizabeth Arden PREVAGE® Anti-aging Daily Serum helps to, not only protect the skin by shielding it from the environment, but it helps to correct and improve the look of sun-damaged skin, while preventing future aging. It addresses major skincare concerns like fine lines and wrinkles, age spots, discolouration and minor scars, while reducing redness and giving a firmer, brighter, radiant look to the skin. It’s formulated with Idebenone, a synthetic coenzyme Q10 which is the most powerful anti-aging element available today.
Elizabeth Arden PREVAGE® Anti-aging Daily Serum comes in a super sexy, chic, metallic, chrome canister with a dropper applicator for dispensing the perfect amount of premeasured serum each time. It’s packaged in an airless technology bottle so that the serum doesn’t become contaminated, therefore lasting longer. It has a pale peach, thin, lightweight texture that once rubbed into the skin becomes invisible and absorbs almost instantly. 1 pump is sufficient enough to cover the entire face and neck. It has a somewhat floral, perfume scent that disappears fairly quickly. It gives the skin a healthy, radiant glow with a soft sheen that lasts throughout the day. It keeps skin moisturized for several hours and hydrates even the driest of skin. It doesn’t clog pores, it’s non-sticky and doesn’t feel heavy on the skin.
As a beauty blogger I’ve tested hundreds of different products and I don’t expect all products to live up to their claims. We all have different skin tones, skin needs, skin problems and we’re always looking for different results, so I find it pretty hard for one product to accomplish all those needs. The Elizabeth Arden PREVAGE® Anti-aging Daily Serum is pretty dead on with their claims.
Does it improve the texture of my skin, yes. My skin is much softer, smoother and firmer. Does it illuminate the skin, yes. My skin is brighter and more radiant than its been in a long time, with or without makeup. Does it keep my skin hydrated and moisturized, yes. I still suffer with dry skin, but I’ve noticed less dry patchy spots. Does it help with discolouration and sun damage, a little. Although my hyperpigmentation has not disappeared, it’s dramatically reduced. Does it help with wrinkles and fine lines, with what I have, yes. The crepiness around my eyes have smoothened out and the fine lines around my mouth are less noticeable. I guess the only thing it doesn’t do, is dramatically minimise the appearance of pores. I’ve talked about this before, once you have enlarged pores, there’s not much you can do about it. This serum doesn’t leave my skin feeling heavy or tight, doesn’t cause breakouts and is light enough to wear both morning and night. It is quite pricy, ringing in at $210 for 50ml, but always cheaper than plastic surgery, right?