So around May of this year (so about 1 month ago), I was contacted by a Reviews.com editor named Jericka Lambourne about an amazing opportunity!
As you all know, I'm only 23 and people would think "She doesn't need wrinkle creams". However, many wrinkle creams are at best when started at a younger age as a preventative measure as well!
Jericka provided me with her team's article in Reviews.com where they tested over 200 wrinkle creams to determine the top 3!
As an amateur, it would be very hard to explain this in this much detail so I'll link you readers to the original review post on Reviews.com!
Check out the review here: www.reviews.com/wrinkle-cream/
So I was looking online and it turns out that the full product for the La Prairie Cellular Power Charge Night (40ml) costs about $331 on Amazon and I lost hope in testing out their number 1 product...
BUT after days of arduous looking, I managed to find an eBay seller who was selling 3 sample sized La Prairie Cellular Power Charge Night (5ml * 3 = 15ml) for about $50 and I thought it was worth trying.
So this is what the packaging looked like~ it was very simple and cute!
When I opened the cap, I was met with a funky looking tip:
I stared at it with utter confusion until I turned the tube around and in the middle of the tube, it said "press here":
So I pressed the tube at the circle and the product came in 2 layers.
I had to go to La Prairie's website and look up the product for its details and I found that the bi-layer formula "combines a skin renewal peptide and recharging oxygen accelerator with the Cellular Power complex to help energize and detoxify skin".
Amazing, right? I as still very confused.
It turns out that the two separate formulas work best when combined.
The yellow is the skin renewal peptide but it needs the blue cream-like oxygen accelerator for it to function.
Chemical reactions, how crazy!
I'm still on my first tube, trying it every night and I can say one thing for sure.
Compared to other night creams I've used in the past, this is a thinner formula, which I love!
I get pimples if the night cream is too thick so this is perfect consistency!
I don't like how it smells but the smell fades very quickly.
I've only used it for a week and I can definitely see a difference on my under-eye wrinkles.
The one big downside is the price.
The cheapest I found on Amazon was $295 and the original pricing on the La Prairie website was $520! For a mere 40ml container!
I'm definitely going to continue using this product as long as I can keep buying the travel size tubes from the eBay seller and if you would like to try it as well, you can get your travel sized bundle here!