A couple of months I received a 7-day sample at the Face Flawless Skin event here in NYC. Last week, I decided I would give it a try. Now you know I will try just about anything that says that it will either slow down or reverse aging, but I always take those claims with a grain or two of salt. Now I only tried this product for 7 days so my review of this product is more informative than a review.
This product contains two components that are major key to slowing down the aging process. The first is that it contains a B complex that is different from most skin care products. While most skin products contain two to three of the vitamin B complexes (B1, B3, B5, B12), Orlane uses all four – thus, B21. What makes this combination of B complexes magical is that with this one product you can address all of your skin concerns. It addresses hydration, wrinkles and acne. To read more about the different vitamin B complexes click here.
Secondly, this product contain stem cells. Stem cells have become a major component when it comes to anti-aging skin care and here’s why.
- They send signals to the skin to get into repair mode
- Generate growth of new skin cells
- Aid in the production of collagen and elastin, major key to decrease the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
To find out more about stem cells as it relates to skin care click here.
As a result, your skin will be glowing, firm, soft and hydrated. There is however, one drawback for me when it comes to this product – it is PRICEY! A mere 50ml will cost you $250! I will admit that after one week of using this product there were some improvements to the texture of my skin but to see full results I would have to use this consistently for about a month. Right now, that will not be happening, but if it does I will be sure to write a full review. If you wan to give it a try and don’t mind the spend click here to purchase.
As always, I encourage my readers to engage in the conversation. What are some of your favorite anti-aging products? Have you tried Orlane Youth Reset™? If you have, please share your thoughts in the comment section below. Until next time, always remember to SEE. TOUCH. TASTE.