This was my first time reviewing a moisturizer with the word “resurrect” in it. Having found the name a bit interesting, I was curious to see the results of this anti-aging moisturizer. The Resurrect Anti-Aging Moisturizer with Matrixyl 3000 by Indefinite Beauty comes in an air tight pump dispenser. It’s very thick in consistency and is a rich white cream. When applying the cream to your face, it took only half a pump to cover from my forehead to my neck area. Though the cream is in a bright white color, it gave no sheen of color to my face. The cream went on smoothly without feeling tacky when it dried, had a cooling fresh tingle, and a very faint minty fragrance to it. Just after the first use, I could feel the softness in my skin. I used the cream day and night after cleansing and toning my skin. I had no irritation when using the cream and even though it felt a bit thick in consistency, after applying it, it felt very lightweight on my skin. The anti-aging cream is safe for all skin types, especially sun worshipers and those with mature skin. What I wasn’t too fond of, was the size of the bottle. If you are a skin care junkie like I am and faithful on moisturizing day and night, the small bottle will not last you for more than a month.
About Resurrect Moisturizer:
- Helps Reduce the Appearance of Fine Lines and Wrinkles
- Premium Quality Anti-Aging Cream Made Specifically to Provide Skin Elasticity and Structural Lift (Immediate and Long Term Patented Pentapeptide)
- Premium Ingredients That Help the Skin Absorb and Hydrate at a Deep Level (hyaluronic acid, PEG-8, tocopheryl acetate)
- Non-Irritating Skin Rejuvenation Cream
- Safe for all skin types
- Brightens Your Skin to Produce a Glow
- Loaded with Natural Anti-Oxidants and Anti-Inflammatory Agents
- May Help Enhance the Skin’s Defenses, Preventing Future Damage
- This is what’s Needed As We Age and Our Skin Becomes Damaged Not Only From The Sun but Also Through Environmental Food Toxins
Disclosure: I am a blogger and one of the benefits is receiving products for free to test and review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.