Multi Action Lifting and Firming
Pat over brow bone and under eyes. Apply morning and night. I'll start with the best thing and go from there. The smell is rather nice for a wrinkle cream so that is a huge plus. It goes on smoothly and doesn't leave a greasy feeling, but if I rub at the skin where I applied it a few minutes early some of it comes off. This isn't a big deal as a lot of products do this. The only one I can think of right now that doesn't have this problem is EOS lotions, and that's not even a comparable product. The lastly is the price, which I talk about a little further down.
This is one of the samples that I received from the Von Maur beauty haul, where I spent over $50 (I think that was the amount) on Lancome products and then received multiple samples. This is so far the first of the reviews that I'm going to be doing on the samples, and actually the first Lancome product that I've going to review.
You're never too young to start worrying about wrinkles. That's what I keep telling myself anyways because I do not want to be one of those women when I'm older who's skin looks like leather. To be proactive I stay out of the of the sun, and when I must go outside I always wear sunglasses, because the skin around your eyes is the most sensitive. Crows feet are not cute. Even the name is bad sounding. The other thing I do is apply nightly wrinkle reducing creams to help me out.
Lancome is a department store brand, so I am always a little hesitant to buy them just because of the price. Is it better because its more expensive? In this case I don't think so. I found that the Avon's Anew Products work just as well but at a cheaper price, not to say this isn't a nice wrinkle cream.