It didn’t remove the wrinkles in a month
The women in early 40s start their active fight against the hateful wrinkles. The more wealthy ones can afford to go to plastic surgeons, and those whose earnings are more modest have to opt for other effective anti-wrinkle aids. The Garnier Ultra Lift day lifting cream pretends to be the one like this. The natural pro-retinol combines the retinol itself (it stimulates the collagen elaboration by regenerating the epidermis after the deep wrinkles) and the linoleic acid that reduces the negative impact of the environment.
It sounds wonderful, of course, but my Mum I gave the cream to was not the one of those lucky 38 women who had their deep wrinkles reduced in 15 days (as the annotation claims). As for the skin elastic regeneration, I confirm it personally: the chicks now look less limp as they used to. But the existing wrinkles on the forehead, near the eyes and lips evidently didn’t vanish in a month. On the other hand, I didn’t notice the new ones to appear. All in all, the cream does have an effect, but not exactly the same as it was promised in the advertising.
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