Friday, September 30, 2016

New York Biology Improved Formula Retinol Cream #NewYorkBiology #TopQuality #Retinol

New York Biology Improved Formula Retinol Cream #Review #NewYorkBiology #TopQuality #Retinol

I'm one to fight the signs of aging and love to try out new beauty products to help with the cause. When you get a certain age you become more aware of those fine lines, wrinkles and other spots that happen. Yeah, it happens to everyone at some point.

I was excited to be able to try out the New York Biology Improved Formula Retinol Cream recently. It comes in an attractive silver colored box and jar with black lettering. The first thing I liked about this moisturizer or cream is the neat way you get it out of the airtight jar. All you do is press the white covering with the little hole that is in the middle of the jar to get a small amount of the cream. This is so much more sanitary to use than regular jars because you don't have to dip your finger in the jar.

The cream itself is a nice texture, without being too thick or thin. I would say it's just about the right consistency for my needs. It's white in color and has a light, nearly odorless scent which is great for not clashing with my perfume. Some of the effective ingredients include 2.5% Retinol, Green Tea, Vitamin E and B5, Jojoba Oil, Hyaluronic Acid. These help with wrinkles, fine lines, and also to firm and make your skin smoother. I'm not prone to sensitive skin, but if you do the company states that it is good for all skin types.

I've been using the New York Biology Improved Formula Retinol Cream for a few days now, before bedtime and under my makeup. It glides on my facial skin smoothly and absorbs very quickly, with no sticky feeling afterward. So far my skin feels softer and a little firmer than it has been recently. It's a product that I will continue to use in my skin-care regimen.

You'll be happy to know that this product is made in the USA and if interested you can find it on Amazon.

Disclosure: I received free product for review purposes and all opinions expressed here are my  own and unbiased.

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