Now that I am 40 years old, I have a few fine lines around my eyes, so I was eager to try this free sample of Adovia Anti Wrinkle Facial Moisturizer Cream and review it for you to let you know if I saw any difference with my emerging wrinkles. (Shivers–I hate admitting I have “wrinkles”–“fine lines” sounds so much better.)
The cream is thick (thicker than a gel), but it absorbs fast and smells great. It has that distinctive, elegant, powdery “Adovia scent” that I enjoy so much in their other hair and skin products. Don’t worry, however, if you prefer products without scents; the perfume dissipates quickly. (Sometimes manufacturers must add a bit of scent to cover up the natural odors of ingredients like seaweed, which is used in this cream.)
My skin tends to be oily, so I was worried this cream might be too much for me and cause pimples. I used it daily in tandem with Adovia’s mild anti-acne sulfur soap, however, and that seemed to prevent any outbreaks.
Although this cream did not eradicate my fine lines, it did produce a hydrating and plumping effect that hid them for multiple hours at a time, which was nice for when I wanted to look extra fresh, alert and at my best, like for going to a party. I can see how this cream prevents wrinkles from worsening by maintaining the skin’s moisture balance for hours on end.
I have a feeling that my fine lines near my eyes might require laser treatment to get them to go away entirely; or, alternatively, perhaps if I keep using this Adovia cream for 6 or more months, I might see some greater reversal of the lines. Unfortunately, I could only test this product for one month.
I am a great believer in Dead Sea salts and minerals, seaweed and similar oceanic ingredients for keeping skin hydrated, healthy and supple; Adovia’s Anti Wrinkle Facial Moisturizer is like a sumptuous skin care buffet of these ingredients. It’s a great hydrator, especially now as the cold and dry autumn weather descends upon us, requiring the application of stronger moisturizers.
Where I found my moisturizer: Amazon
Where you can get your moisturizer: Amazon
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