“ Brand: Lacura / Texture: Cream / Type: Anti-Wrinkle / Subcategory: Day Cream / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Rejuvenates, „
At 22 I already have fine lines and this really bothers me I do not want to get to my thirties and by covered in deep wrinkles as a result towards the end of last year I started an anti aging routine and after reading about this online I decided to give it a go.
This comes on a very sturdy glass tub with a screw top cap. Somehow the glass always seems to keep the cream cold! As this is real glass as oppose to the plastic found on the Garnier Creams this actually feels a little more luxurious - not a discount supermarket beauty cream at all! This sits nicely in my makeup bag.
This is thick white cream that spreads and blends in very easily. Only a small amount is required I have been using mine now on a daily basis for 2 months and still have loads left. It has an ever so slight scent that I can't really describe. I think it is floral.
Be careful not to slather on too much as it can become hard work and you'll be there for a while!
One of my first concerns was that this may cause breakouts as it is so cheap, however it hasn't.
Have I Seen A Reduction?
Definitely! The fine lines are showing massive improvement on my forehead and somebody has actually asked me what I've been using. This didn't happen overnight it took around a month to see a real improvement however I still think this is great! I have a dimple on my upper lip and when I am not smiling a fine line would show and that is now invisible.
I also have the night cream in this brand and I am finding them the perfect combination.
Where can this be bought?
This can be bought at your local aldi and it cost me only £1.99 - this may have had some money off at the time though.
Great Wrinle Cream
A year or two ago, there was much talk in everyday womens magazines about certain beauty/face creams, that are available in the high street and are supposed to be wonderful!
Forget spending a small fortune on the designer brands, it was suggested that Boots sell a face cream containing Q10 for under £5, which was selling out as quickly as it was stocked.. then it was announced that the supermarket Aldi was also stocking the equivalent face cream.
Happily I went off to Aldi and was absolutely delighted at the prices there - I bought a range of facial creams and products.
The particular product I am reviewing is the Lacura Q10 Anti-wrinkle face cream. It is in a glass jar and has 50ml of cream - and an amazing cost of £1.99
When you read good (if not amazing!) reviews on a product and the cost is under £2 then it is great to be able to test it out without breaking the bank.
This cream is a day cream, it is light and easily absorbed - it does not leave my face feeling greasy as some creams do. The cream contains vitamins C and E and the enzyme Q10 which apparently which mimics the body's ability to protect against premature ageing
Application of this cream is the same as any other - the cream is white, it does not feel heavy or sticky, you slightly massage it in and it absorbs very quickly - possibly not instantly, but within the next minute or so.
I can't tell you that any wrinkles I have, since using the cream, have disappeared - because they haven't. But I can tell you that I have been using this cream now for a couple years, I have bought about six tubs of it and I am a big fan and at the price that Aldi charge, I am more than happy to use it liberally, over my neck and arms, as well as my face.
I am a woman in my mid (ahem!) 40's and am doing my best to keep my skin moisturised and protect it against the weather and elements.
My summary of this cream is that it comes at an absolutely fantastic price - if you research this particular brand you will see that there are many reviews online singing its praises and I personally endorse that.