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REVIEW: L'Oreal Paris Revitalift Intense Repairing Essence

L'Oreal Paris Revitalift Intensive Repairing Essence

REVIEW: L'Oreal Paris Revitalift Intense Repairing Essence

2017 has been an extremely interesting year so far for me. I feel I have become more tolerant, more mature and my priorities have changed to say the least... So much so that makeup is gradually taking a backseat and skin and hair care is something that I realise I have started veering towards. More than new lipstick launches it is face serums and night creams and Vitamin C face products that have started to pull rank...

I think my age is finally catching up...

In the same vein I will be reviewing another skincare product today that I have been using since a month now and I am absolutely in love with it. Ladies and gentlemen please put your hands together for L'Oreal Paris Revitalift Intense Repairing Essence.

Behind the long and a very fancy name is simply a face serum that promises to repair and firm up your skin. I generally apply it twice a day, once at night under my overnight cream and the second time in the morning under my day cream... I have literally seen a huge difference in my skin. My facial skin looks taught, the fine lines near my eyes have reduced and the dry patches that I used to get on my nose and around my chin have disappeared.

Price of L'Oreal Paris Revitalift Intensive Repairing Essence

It costs INR 950/-

The product comes in a glass bottle and has a glass dropper that is very helpful in dispensing just the right amount of product. I love the packaging.

It has a runny texture and does not feel silicone-y at all. The product applies very easily and absorbs quickly into the skin. It leaves a slight tackiness behind but it sort of "evaporates" in a couple of minutes. The serum is very hydrating and if you have oily skin you might even consider skipping a moisturiser during the day. I have dry skin and hence I top it up with a face cream...

The serum has a comforting fragrance that is understated and sort of cozy.

But the main reason why I love the product so much is for the fact that it keeps my skin feeling and looking bouncy and firm... The fact that I could actually test it under "harsh" conditions is something I am really proud of and I pat my back for it :P
I have been exposing myself to the sun directly everyday since the past 6 months and I had started noticing pigmentation (something like freckles) on my cheeks and nose. I has also noticed dry spots under my eyes and fine lines on my forehead... But with regular use of the L'Oreal Paris Revitalift Intensive Repairing Essence my pigmentation has reduced, the dry spots are gone and the fine lines are not visible... For me this has worked miraculously and I wholeheartedly recommend this product to anyone over 30 years of age...

Overall Rating:

This is a perfect product for someone with dry skin and between the ages 30-40 years.


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