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Review, Photos: L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect Hydra–Nutrition Advanced Skin Repair Serum

Review, Photos: L'Oréal Paris Age Perfect Hydra–Nutrition Advanced Skin Repair Serum

As I approach the ripe old age of thirty-nine, I am stepping up my game with skincare. From what I have seen working behind cosmetic counters, American women in general are more into covering up their skin instead of taking care of it from a young age. I have done a fair job in taking care of my skin — most people think I’m only twenty-seven. Not bad! As a beauty blogger, I get the lucky job of trying out the latest and the greatest products. And this product is PROOF you don’t have to spend a fortune to take care of your skin.

L’Oréal states in their Age Perfect product campaign, ‘as skin matures, it’s gradually depleted of essential nutrients.’ Therefore, L’Oréal Paris Age Perfect Hydra-Nutrition Advanced Skin Repair Serum offers concentrated nutrients for extraordinary repairing action.

Basically, we all have damaged our skin in one form or another due to the environment, smoking, or stress. This product is going to help you turn back the clock and try to undo the damage your skin has gone through. It has an intensifying repairing action that re-cushions from within, leaving skin more resilient and providing intense hydration and an evenness to the skin tone.

Review, Photos: L'Oréal Paris Age Perfect Hydra–Nutrition Advanced Skin Repair Serum

My take on this product? It reminded me of the Bobbi Brown Intensive Skin Supplement, but in  a good way. I have to say I do really like this product and its affordability. It has a nice scent, and it absorbed into my skin quickly. I was able to put foundation on right away. As you might or might not remember from my previous posts, I have combination skin and found that this was just enough hydration for morning and night…I even gave to my mom to try. She has dry skin, and is in her 60s and also found it hydrating enough for daytime. But she would need something heavier at night.

As I have stated above I loved the Bobbi Brown Intensive Skin Supplement, but for $67.00 it’s not first on my list to purchase. But L’Oréal Age Perfect Hydra-Nutrition at $19.99  is certainly
 something worth adding to your skin care regime.

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– Erin Sutera, senior writer and makeup artist

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  1. I will definitely purchase this product as soon as I can. I am also in my 30’s and taking care of my skin has been such a priority for me. I have tried some serums but either the smell or texture didn’t work for me but I have used L’Oréal products before and they have worked great so I know I will love this product! Great review, thanks!!!

  2. Alcohol denat–a known skin irritant and dehydrator–is one of the main ingredients. Why recommend such a thing? Just sayin’ …

    “The alcohols to be concerned about in skin-care products are ethanol, denatured alcohol, ethyl alcohol, methanol, benzyl alcohol, isopropyl, and SD alcohol, which can be extremely drying and irritating to skin, as well as capable of generating free radical damage. (Sources: “Skin Care—From the Inside Out and Outside In,” Tufts Daily, April 1, 2002; eMedicine Journal, May 8, 2002, volume 3, number 5, http://www.emedicine.com; Cutis, February 2001, pages 25–27; Contact Dermatitis, January 1996, pages 12–16; and http://pubs.niaaa.nih.gov/publications/arh27-4/277-284.htm). When these ingredients are at the top of an ingredient list it is problematic for all skin types”–Paula Begoun

  3. Will this product help LARGE PORES?

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