This luxurious, creamy moisturizer redefines the skin’s texture overnight, leaving you with luminous, plump and more youthful-looking skin. Powerful skin rejuvenating and firming ingredients such as CoQ10, DMAE, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Retinol, and Organic Red Tea help to renew skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines, while nourishing and restorative Vitamin E, Avocado and Grapeseed Oils deliver intense hydration and long-lasting skin soothing benefits. Skin is left supple, plump and firm. Ideal for normal to dry skin.
This review is for Goldfaden MD’s Wake Up Call Overnight Regenerative Facial Treatment. This product is a moisturizer that the company claims will impart more youthful-looking skin.
This moisturizer comes in an opaque, plastic bottle that has a pump dispenser. The opaque packaging keeps the ingredients inside stable and the pump dispenser keeps the product sanitary.
It’s so rare to find a moisturizer that has ingredients that are actually effective at benefiting your skin and that also doesn’t have irritating ingredients. This comes close to being one of those moisturizers.
Wake Up Call Overnight Regenerative Facial Treatment contains the following skin-benefiting ingredients: Avocado Oil is an antioxidant. Soybean Oil and Grape Seed Oil are great for alleviating dry skin. Vitamin E and Alpha Lipoic Acidis are fantastic antioxidants. Retinol is a good, effective anti-aging ingredient. Co-Enzyme Q10 is a good anti-irritant and antioxidant.
The one ingredient I wish weren’t in this moisturizer is Grapefruit Oil, which can be irritating to the skin.
This moisturizer has medium thickness and is very creamy. It requires some rubbing into the skin and leaves a very slightly sticky surface.
Distilled Water, Emulsifying Wax N.F., Avocado Oil, Soybean Oil, Glycerin, Silicone (Dimethicone), Vitamin E, Hyaluronic Acid, DMAE, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Cu Complex, L-Carnitine, Retinol, Oil Of Grapefruit, Grape Seed Oil, Co-Enzyme Q10, Phenoxyethanol, Ethylglycerine, Red Tea Extract
This sample was provided for consideration purposes by the brand or a PR company. Reviews are always honest and never paid for.