A month ago I brought some beauty products from Sainsburys, I already reviewed the Dirty Works Detox Mud Mask so today I will be reviewing the Dirty Works Overnight Facial Life Night Cream.
Wake up to a radiant, younger-looking complexion. This miracle cream delivers serious wrinkle smoothing and long lasting moisturisation. Combining a triple peptide complex, seaweed extract and nourishing Shea Butter, it lifts, tones and boosts collagen while you sleep, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
After cleansing in the evening, gently massage into your face and neck. Use every night for 8 weeks to see the results.
Despite it being an overnight cream I didn’t actually use this before going to bed, I used this during the day. The thing with night cream, I’m not a fan of putting any products on my face right before I go to bed. I like going to bed with my skin completely clear and fresh, I hate having the thought that there is a product on my face while I try to sleep. So yeah when I tried this, it was fist thing in the morning. If I’m not honest I don’t think it make any different to when you use this – whether it’s day or night.
The cream is a clean scent that didn’t bother me at all, it isn’t powerful and you don’t notice it after application. The cream combines triple peptide complex, seaweed extract and nourishing Shea Butter. It supposed to lift, tone and boost collagen, reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Admittedly I haven’t been using it long enough to say it reduces my fine lines and wrinkles – I’m also think that due to the fact that I don’t really have fine lines or winkles on face yet, I’m just really lucky. Nonetheless this cream is hydrating with no greasiness, and after my first usage I kept touching my cheeks, because they felt so soft!
Overall It felt like a nice facial cream to use, it does moisturise the face and make it feel clean. But the claim it reduce wrinkles and give you a younger looking complexion – honestly I didn’t notice any different but maybe that due to the fact that I’m not at that age yet to have a problem. Maybe I should re-review this facial life night cream in a few year time when I’m a little older.