Beauty, Skincare3Lab M Cream

A couple months ago, I touted 3Lab’s Perfect Mask as well…the most perfect mask I’ve tried.  Since then, I’ve been using another one of their signature products, the M Cream.  At $250, the cream is a bit on the pricier side, but nothing outrageous when prestige brands are now churning out products double or even triple that price.  The M Cream delivers exceptional results, keeping my skin smooth and supple with nary a breakout. Packed full of antioxidants, anti-aging complexes, minerals and vitamins, the M Cream feels more like an all-in-one product than simply a moisturizer.  I use it both morning and evening and it has really livened up my tired skin. In fact, the results really amaze me when I think about how little sleep I get and how much I mistreat my skin.  Thanks to this product I actually get compliments on my complexion!

This product treats wrinkles, sagging skin and hyper-pigmentation, but is not exclusively for the use of more mature skin.  In fact, 3Lab recommends that this product is suitable for sensitive or normal skin to de-stress the skin and to restore balance.  Like the 3Lab Mask, the Cream contains Nano-Claire GY, a bio-engineered growth hormone that actually slows down the skin’s aging process.  It also contains Osilift which relaxes muscle contractions (and therefore, wrinkles) while firming the skin.  Unlike with the Perfect Mask, I did not experience any tingling sensations while using the cream.

A little bit (or a lot) of anti-agining has never hurt anybody, but I prefer this cream because I feel like it really works to protect my skin from all the stress that I put it though. Thanks to the cream, I’m able to maintain the radient results in between my mask dates.

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