A few weeks ago, I noticed I was running low on my usual night cream. It’s quite expensive, but I do feel it works. I’d heard about Olay’s Regenerist 3-Point Cream from a trusted YouTuber I follow, so I decided to give it a try. If it’s as good as advertised, it could save me quite a bit of money.
Because I’m sensitive, I went for the unscented version and I’m happy to report it works well. It contains niacinamide, panthenol, hyaluronc acidm and an aminopeptide complex so it feeds as well as hydrates the skin. It claims to firm and lift sagging skin, but I’ve not yet seen this effect. The texture of my skin has improved, though. The little lines under my eyes have diminished and my skin appears more hydrated and healthy.
At £30, Olay Regenerist 3-Point Cream is a bargain, and I can honestly say it works as well as the £125 cream I’ve been using for the past year. It agrees with my sensitive skin, plumps out fine lines and keeps my face feeling hydrated and comfortable while I sleep. Not bad for a fairly inexpensive night cream full of proven anti-ageing ingredients.
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Funny, any time I’ve tried it my skin has balled up. No idea of you know what I mean. Like it makes dead skin slough off over the course of the day. Not attractive by 4pm. I have a wee bit left so going to give it another go after I finish up the one I’m using now.
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Do you use an acid or chemical exfoliator? This would help if you’ve got dead skin building up. Pixi Glo Tonic is very good and not expensive. First Aid Beauty also do a great one that doesn’t cost a lot.
I just thought of something else – I use the Olay as a night cream. For day use, I love Embryolisse Lait Cream. It doesn’t pill up or get fussy with foundation.
When I get back to using it up I will try it as a night cream. Am on a mission now to use up my hoard as I have a *ludicrous* skincare stash and I can’t really afford to be adding to it too much. Except for the alpha arbutin from The Ordinary of course 🙂
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I’ve recently reduced my stash by a lot and discovered that there are some really fabulous inexpensive products around. The Ordinary does amazing stuff (except their vitamin C – skip that!) as does Olay. I think I finally have a simple, affordable routine that works. I suppose that means it’s nearly time for another change in my raging skin. 😉