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Recently I have been trialling a product from a company that has some gorgeous beauty products ‘Mychelle’.  Their product on trial, the ‘Revitalizing Night Cream’ which claims to “work overnight to restore skin’s youthful radiance and firmness”.

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The question on everyone’s mind though is, does it work?

That I will answer shortly, a little about the product first.  Recommended for people with dry skin and anti-aging concerns this product is vegan friendly.  ChroNOline which is a peptide (short chain of amino acids) penetrates the skin and stimulates collagen production which will in turn result in the reduction of fine lines and wrinkles within approximately 4 weeks.  This cream contains antioxidants from Goji berries which help to fight against damage by free-radicals to the skin.

On completing my trial I was happy with the outcome.  I found from the start that as this cream is quite rich thus reducing the amount of cream required for use.  This of course is great although I will admit it took me a few days to adjust having had to use a considerable amount more of the cream that I had been using prior to the commencement of this trial as it did not provide adequate skin hydration.  The aroma is pleasant and I detected a scent of lavender the second I opened the jar which is perfect for a night time product and the cream absorbs well into the skin without leaving dry patches or a greasy film on the surface.  In fact to put it in another way my skin felt as soft as that on my baby boy’s.  With a healing and calming effect on the skin due to its natural ingredients it left my skin feeling soft and hydrated and also dare I say it ‘radiant’ and No I am not pregnant again!  I even noticed that my skin appeared to be firmer than before so to answer the initial question, yes, it does work!

I have in the past reviewed some other Mychelle products the G2 Firming Serum and the Magnolia Eye Gel.  Why not have a read of those posts to andsee how I got on.

This is Not a sponsored post.

10 thoughts on “Mychelle Revitalizing Night Cream”

  1. Thanks for sharing. Since giving birth to my first child my skin has changed. It’s become really dry and has definitely aged (could be from the lack of sleep ha). This one looks worth giving a go x

  2. I have not heard of this before but it sounds like something that might help my skin. Thank you very much for the review.

  3. Looks like a really good product, especially as it’s ‘vegan friendly’. I bet it’s expensive though.

  4. I love to hear other people’s reviews before buying beauty products. This sounds just the job. My skin is getting noticeably dryer as I’m getting older x

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