Now, anything that claims to be Youth Infusing may either immediately a) get my interest or b) get my back up depending on which mood I’m in, being the wrong side of 40 something. We all put too much emphasis on youth. (What is it they say? It’s wasted on the young?). From tight under-the-knife types to the general desperation to minimise facial lines. It’s not a healthy attitude. Saying that, any product that goes on as smoothly and like a second invisible layer of satin smooth foundation come serum is one to recommend. After using this for over a week, I’ve had several comments on my ‘fresh-faced’ appearance. And first thing in the morning, that’s saying something.
What is it?
It’s Estee Lauder’s latest wonder product to market. A first from their ‘serum experts’ the foundation is fused with Perfectionist (CP & R) serum technology to help reduce lines and wrinkles. Wrinkle lift restructuring peptides help plump the look of lines by promoting the skin’s natural collagen and elastin. Perfecting priming ‘beads’ suspended within the formula help blur imperfections while advanced amino acids and protein complex fuels skin’s natural rebuilding power. And it’s available in 22 shades.
What are its benefits?
It glides on light and silky smooth with a noticeably velvety feel and immediately makes skin look healthy, polished and brighter and has SPF25. It also contains a nourishing moisture complex that contains hyaluronic acid so simultaneously quenches the skin with oil free moisture. What’s more, the new sculpting foundation brush (£37) ergonomically strokes the face, sculpting and applying definition.
How much does it cost?
It costs £37 for 30ml and comes in 22 shades. The Sculpting Foundation Brush costs £37.