Estee Lauder Advanced Time Zone Age Reversing Creme

Estee Lauder Advanced Time Zone Age Reversing Creme

I had one of those cards in my letterbox the other day when I came home from work, saying I had a parcel to collect from the post office. I couldn’t think what it could be as I hadn’t ordered anything. So off I go to the post office and look what I’ve been sent, a luxury 5ml sample of Estee Lauder Advanced Time Zone Age Reversing Line / Wrinkle Cream. Turns out I won it from Estee Lauder on Facebook – good times!

Estee Lauder Advanced Time Zone Age Reversing Crème

There wasnt too much information included with the product, just that it is for normal / combination skin. So I’ve googled it and found this:

Estee Lauder Advanced Time Zone Age Reversing Crème Normal to Combination SPF15. Look younger. Fast. This advanced crème helps rewind the appearance of ageing. Instantly skin feels softer, smoother. A fresher, more radiant, significantly less lined appearance is quickly revealed. Women say their skin looks younger and more beautiful. You will too. (*Based on consumer testing.)

  • Combination skin
  • Hydrating
  • Anti-ageing
  • Factor 15spf

As you would Expect from Estee Lauder, even for a sample, the product has a luxurious feel. The outer packaging speaks for itself, and the actual cream has a light, fresh scent, and feels dense and luxurious to touch. On first application my skin feels smooth and hydrated. Hopefully I will see further results after increased useage! xxx

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  1. Judith Allen (@JudeVFR400)
    31 March, 2013 / 6:32 pm

    I love getting nice surprises in the post too, well done! Though I tend to avoid anti-aging creams, they give me spots. So I suppose it works. Teenage skin maybe?

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