Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Perfective Ceuticals Divine Age Guardian Cream First Impressions | #beauty

Discover the science of luxury: leading edge anti-aging technology combined with exquisite indulgence. Divine Age Guardian Cream with Growth Factor is a rich, nourishing cream infused with powerful anti-aging ingredients to rejuvenate skin from the inside out. 
Its proprietary complex of Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF), Matrixyl (Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-4), Omega 3-6-9 and Ginseng Extract helps erase the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and correct imperfections by stimulating cellular regeneration, microcirculation and the production of youth proteins.
Combined with time released hydrators, anti-oxidants and skin brighteners to enhance health and radiance, the skin feels hydrated, lifted and toned. Non-comedogenic. Scientifically proven.
The Divine Age Guardian Cream from Perfective Ceuticals comes in a beautiful spherical jar. 

The cream is very thick and dense, and has a pleasant rose natural rose scent.

The cream is easier to pick up with a spoon-type spatula, but when wiping your finger across the top of the cream in the jar it picks up very little product. It is a very slick product that is difficult to pick up using a flat spatula or fingertip.

It does however apply nicely to the skin and instantly gives a bit of a cooling sensation.

It blends in nicely, but absorbs slowly. It provides a deep moisturizing effect and gives a nice plumping effect to the skin.

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