If you haven’t heard of Marks and Spencer Formula Absolute Ultimate Sleep Cream then you need to check this out because it promises to make you look like you’ve had a straight eight hours of sleep even when you haven’t. Plus it has sold out every time it’s been restocked since it launched in September 2016. Here’s what you need to know.
Now I haven’t tried any of Marks and Spencer’s own brand skincare until now but I am reliably informed that there is some amazing science behind the range of Formula products. The Absolute Sleep Cream has been tested against ten possible skin benefits and clinically proven to deliver them after just four weeks of use.
The sellout success is a pretty good indicator to me, and over 50,000 units of this stuff have found their way into the hands of happy beauty junkies.
Marks and Spencer Formula Absolute Ultimate Sleep Cream Features
- Apply at night to wake up to a more rested and younger looking complexion
- Uses PatcH20 to form a micromatrix of hylauronic acid
- Loaded with an advanced slow release moisturising complex
- Peptide blend featuring Matrixyl 3000 firms and elasticises skin while reducing wrinkles
- Niacinamide brightens and reduces dark spots
- Blend of shea butter, marula oil, kukui oil and vitamin E condition and soften the skin
The texture is super luxurious and supremely comfortable on the skin, and this little pot makes night time skincare very simple because you simply apply it on to clean skin and don’t need anything else. I have used it for a couple of nights alone, and woken up with soft, plump and rested-looking skin, and now I am keen to put in my serum as a first layer to enhance the benefits even further.
Apparently 71% of women agreed that their skin appeared transformed after just a couple of weeks, so if you were looking for something to deliver fairly fast result, this could be worth a try. There are so many five star reviews on the M&S website that it’s a pretty convincing story.
The Marks and Spencer Formula Absolute Ultimate Sleep Cream is £22 for 50ml and is in stock HERE now. If you fancy it, grab because it seems they can’t make the stuff fast enough. I have also been trying a very gentle exfoliator from the range called Radiance Reveal which is a perfect option if you find both granular and acid exfoliation too harsh for your skin. Find that here.
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