St. Ives Timeless Skin Collagen Elastin Facial Moisturizer Review


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On July 5
Last modified:March 20


Eliminating wrinkles, restoring the moisture of the skin, and making it softer are just some of the claims of the St. Ives Timeless Skin Collagen Elastin Facial Moisturizer. It also says that your skin will become fresher and have a glowing appearance with the continued use of this product.

Some of the ingredients present in this cream are apricots, minerals, olives and various other natural oils. These ingredients have their own effects that will help in making the skin appear younger and decrease the amount of signs of aging on the face. One of the effects of these ingredients is that it provides the skin with proteins that it can use to help make repair of the skin better and more efficient. Aside from this, it also contains that proteins collagen and elastin, which are needed to improve the elasticity of the skin. Having these two proteins will help make the skin firmer and reduce the depth of existing wrinkles on the face, as well as preventing new ones from developing. These ingredients can also moisturize the skin, which is an important action that all creams should have. By hydrating your skin, you will able to have softer and smoother looking skin as your cells are even in size thus eliminating rough patches of skin. It will also become more supple and softer to touch.


– Can help improve the appearance and complexion of the skin through its ability to moisturize the skin and supplying it with nutrients and proteins
– Very cheap compared to other wrinkle creams on the market


– Received only average user reviews
– May not be able to improve the appearance of wrinkles very much

Conclusion: Looking at the customer testimonials about this product, you will mostly see average reviews about this product, saying that it has some effect on improving the appearance of the skin but it will not be as effective as other proven creams. This may be because it directly provides the skin with collagen and elastin, as opposed to stimulating the body to produce more of these proteins. Supplying the skin with these proteins may not be as effective as not all of these proteins can be absorbed and utilized by the body.

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