I don’t apologize for choosing not to wear makeup or fuss with fancy hairstyles. Sure, it’s nice to look great, but I just don’t have the time or the know-how to do all of that. I also think that natural is beautiful and that feeling good is more important that putting on a pretty face.
But… if I can do both without putting a lot of time and effort in, I’m in!
Garnier’s New Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Night Cream is a new overnight face cream that is promising to deliver results from the first use. They say it reduces signs of fatigue, wrinkles and rejuvenates skin after just one use! That’s a pretty bold claim, so I was eager to learn more.
Apparently this new beauty time saver contains 7 active ingredients, including Hyaluronic acid, LHA and Lavender Essential Oil, that work together to give you smooth anti-aging results. The cream absorbs into your skin and doesn’t transfer onto your pillow, and you can use the Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Eye Cream for the best results. They are both available in retail stores across Canada for approximately $24.99.
I tried the Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Night Cream, and you can too! Take a look at what I thought about it…
My skin felt more hydrated and smooth after just one use, and I wasn’t seeing any of the flaky dry skin that I often get on my forehead. I believe it will make a visible difference in time, and I plan to keep using it to find out. You can see other people’s results by following the hashtag #morningselfie on Twitter.
One of my lucky readers can win Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Night Cream, and you don’t want to miss the #garniermiracle Twitter Party on March 12th!
Enter your name, email address, and city of residence below for your chance to win Garnier Ultra-Lift Miracle Sleeping Night Cream. Lucky winners will be chosen and invited back on Apr 6, 2015 to comment on my Garnier follow-up blog post for a chance to win a grand prize!
Although this post has been generously sponsored by Garnier Canada, the opinions and language are my own, and in no way do they reflect Garnier Canada.