L’Oreal Paris Youth Code Serum Intense Daily Treatment. Youth Regenerating Skincare. 10 Years of Gene Research. See smoother, youthfully luminous and rested skin emerge.With age, your skin regenerates less quickly. Time leaves a visible imprint: signs of stress, fatigue, and aging seem to suddenly appear. After 10 years of research, L’Oreal scientists unlock the code of skin’s youth by discovering a specific set of genes that are responsible for skin’s natural power of regeneration. Drop and drop, reveal skin’s inner youth. With L’Oreal’s breakthrough GenActiv Technology TM, this 10x more concentrated daily activating serum has the power to instantly hydrate and transform skin to be smoother, youthfully luminous and rested skin emerge. Dramatic Results.Immediately, skin is transformed to be silky smooth, deeply hydrated1 Week, Facial features look rested and your face radiates from within4 Weeks, Helps liberate your face from signs of fatigue. Skin is revived and appears visible younger.Dermatologist tested and non-greasy
This Serum has a clear, very thin gel like consistancy and easily sinks into the skin, leaving it feeling very hydrated and soft, almost like it has a barrier protecting it. It reminds me a little of some foundation primers that are silicone based, but much, much lighter.
It doesn’t have a cap, but has a twisting pump top that locks so it won’t accidentally be pouring serum all over your drawer (I can attest to this happening to me in the past!)
Now, as I don’t have any noticeable lines on my face as far as aging goes, I can’t comment on how well it works on diminishing wrinkles and such; I use these types of products as more of a preventative maintenance aspect.. it’s easier to prevent a problem than fix one! What I can say is that this is very hydrating and does leave your skin feeling and looking youthful.
It is recommended to use this after cleansing the face, and before using a moisturizer.
This retails for $24.99, but price may vary by location.
Have you used a Serum like this before? What one, and what were your thoughts?