Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair- Worth the Hype?

Skin care beauty

I’ve been using Estée Lauder’s infamous Advanced Night Repair Serum for around 3 months now and well, I just don’t get it. I’m 37 so I’m within the age range
this is amed at. It’s supposed to help reduce visible signs of ageing
such as lines and wrinkles by boosting the nightly renewal of skin
cells. This is what Estee Lauder say:

“See the transformation as all major signs of ageing look significantly reduced. Wake up to more beautiful looking skin-every day.

Advanced Night Repair addresses the appearance of all key signs of visible ageing, with innovative technology for more comprehensive and precise night-time renewal.

• Lines and wrinkles look significantly reduced. More than 75% of women felt their skin looked more youthful.*
• Skin feels smoother, hydrated, stronger. 82% of women felt their skin was immediately hydrated.**
• Skin looks younger, radiant, more translucent and even toned. 83% of women felt their skin looked healthier, fresher, more rested.*
• Effective for all ethnicities.

Experience the power to change the look of your skin-every night.

Maximise the power of skin’s natural night-time renewal like never before with our exclusive ChronoluxCB™ Technology-a major innovation. 

It helps promote the natural synchronization of skin’s night-time renewal process so that it renews its appearance at exactly the right time.

And now, it supports a natural night-time purification process, vital to younger-looking skin. 

Helps protect skin’s appearance against environmental damage. Helps reduce the look of past damage caused by every major environmental assault.


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Hyaluronic Acid locks in moisture, creating the optimal conditions for skin’s natural renewal. Every Night. Every Day. Every Key Sign of Ageing.

25+ Patents Worldwide.***” (source)

Sounds impressive eh? Hmm. The
serum is orangey in colour with no significant smell. It sinks in
easily and I’ve experienced no bad reactions on my sensitive skin. You
apply a couple of drops of this onto your fingers through the dropper
(well it is science after all) after cleansing and before moisturiser.
It does feel like a nice treat to be applying this to the skin, it has
such a good reputation after all. But for why? I’m not entirely sure, I
haven’t noticed any changes to my skin. I have read/heard people say
that you’ll notice the difference once you stop using this product. I
might try this, however I’d like to see noticeable results while
actually using it, it’s not a cheap product after all! ( I was very
kindly given this as a Christmas present). So far I’m really undecided on this product, I’ll give an update in another few weeks.

Have you tried this, did it work for you?

Links- Estee Lauder


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