December 14, 2009

Cliniderm Helped My Sensitive Skin but Did Nothing for My Shriveled Heart

The winter season has barely started and I can already feel my skin changing. In fact, the air is so dry in Toronto, that my oily skin is, well, not so oily anymore. So based on these seasonal changes, I have decided to incorporate a richer moisturizer into my evening routine:  Cliniderm Anti-wrinkle cream.

Now, I know what you're going to say: "Christelle, you look fabulous and you don't have any wrinkles at all, in fact you look 18 15..." and you're probably right. Nevertheless, I have to help maintain my youthful looks with skin care too.

Cliniderm Anti-wrinkle cream ($50) is specifically formulated for sensitive skin: it's free of perfume, parabens, dyes... in order to minimize the risk of irritation or allergies. This cream is also extremely gentle and nourrishing but does not leave your skin greasy. In fact, used in combination with the fabulous NeoStrata Renewal Peel Solution, it leaves my skin feeling super soft. I would advise you to be cautious if your skin is oily and don't use too much cream, although this formula wasn't designed for oily skin I use it daily and it's been totally fine.

It's reasonably priced, so if you're looking for a cream for sensitive skin, this is a good buy. But does it really help with wrinkles? I don't know. I don't have any (and with the help of Cliniderm, sunscreen and good genes, hopefully never will!)


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