It seems like I have expensive taste for night creams -- Creme De La Mer and Shu Uemura Phyto Black Lift are my favorites. Since those two don't exactly fit into the student budget, I read Tine's review and bought the Eucerin Hyaluron-Filler Wrinkle Filling Night Treatment.
Read on for the review
I wanted to post this up earlier but "Meh" (So Loverly's term for a very average product) products just don't inspire me to write. We shall just get this over with, shan't we?
In this big jar there's cream... er... thick and hard cold-cream-textured cream. There's this not-exactly-pleasant scent but I can't really decide what it is. Tine says it's "bean-y" so we'll just go with that. As much as I love rich creams, this one goes on oily and feels highly uncomfortable. You see, I like rich creams that make my skin glow. Treatment wise, the results were unnoticeable. I didn't see any wrinkles being filled or feel any substantial firmness. The cream moisturized enough, I'll give it that.
Perhaps what I'm looking for is more than just a moisturizer so this one doesn't really cut it for me. However, if you're just looking for an averagely-priced night cream, this could work. I'm currently using another brand of night cream and we'll see how that turns out to be. If that doesn't work, I may just have to go back to Shu Uemura. At the very least, it's cheaper than La Mer.
Eucerin Hyaluron Filler retails at pharmacies for RM98 or so.