SK:N Age-Delaying Cream for Younger Skin

I'm incredibly diligent with my skincare routine, and have been ever since I was 21. I've recently been using SK:N's Age-Delaying Cream for Younger Skin, and I very quickly became a fan of it. 

I admire SK:N as a brand- I attended a roundtable conference of theirs last year and was slightly taken aback as to how the company seemed to genuinely care for its patients and was so passionate about the future of the beauty/aesthetics industry. To me, this is pretty rare.

SK:N's Age Delaying Cream is specifically targeted for younger skin (for women in their 20s and early 30s) that aims to target fine lines and loss of firmness that can occur as we get older. This is important as using skincare products targeted at older age groups that are used for wrinkles can do more damage than good for young skin (a dermatologist told me this a few years ago and this advice was really helpful!)

I've been using the cream for 5 weeks so far, and although I can't really tell a difference in fine lines (I don't have many anyway), but my skin feels and looks a lot more nourished and plump in general. I believe that further use of the cream will be extremely helpful in the prevention of fine lines and the strengthening of collagen.

The cream is quite rich in texture but my skin absorbs it easily. It doesn't feel heavy enough to overwhelm the skin. In fact, I'm even able to apply a layer of SPF after. However, the best thing about it is that it can be used both as a day cream as a night cream- I tend to use it more during the day though as I like to use a light facial oil at night.

I have combination skin (oily t-zone, some dry patches), and so finding the right facial cream for me can be difficult. SK:N's Age Delaying Cream hydrates my skin whilst reducing the oiliness. It includes Shea Butter as a key ingredient, making the cream very nourishing and allowing it to literally glide across my skin. 

SK:N's Age-Delaying Cream for Younger Skin is priced at £35 and can be purchased from SK:N Clinics nationwide, or online on their website HERE

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