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Our Best Skin Care Products with Pro-Xylane

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Our Best Skin Care Products with Pro-Xylane Our Best Skin Care Products with Pro-Xylane Our Best Skin Care Products with Pro-Xylane

Your 30s are a great time—but you might not be quite so enamored with those fine lines and wrinkles that can start to appear on your skin in this decade. That’s why you may be wondering how to put together a skin care routine that addresses signs of aging. Keep reading for our best skin care products formulated with Pro-Xylane, our exclusive anti-aging ingredient, including moisturizer and eye cream.

Our Best Skin Care Products with Pro-Xylane

Choose from our list of skin care products, all of which are formulated with Pro-Xylane, below.

L’Oréal Paris RevitaLift Triple Power™ Intensive Anti-Aging Day Cream Moisturizer: One of the most important products to use in your skin care routine? That’d be moisturizer. This luxurious lightweight cream, formulated with Pro-Xylane, can help transform the look of aging skin. Immediately, skin is deeply hydrated and looks more radiant, while skin texture appears smoother with continued use over time.

How to use it: Every morning, smooth this moisturizer over your face and neck until thoroughly absorbed.

L’Oréal Paris RevitaLift Triple Power™ Day Lotion Moisturizer SPF 20: The majority of the visible changes commonly attributed to skin aging from wrinkles to dark spots are caused by exposure to the sun’s UV rays. Using a daily moisturizer with SPF can help reduce signs of skin aging and help to protect skin from further UV-induced damage when used as directed with other sun protection measures. This luxurious, lightweight lotion formulated with Pro-Xylane can help aid in transforming the look of aging skin for a more radiant complexion.

How to use it: Apply this moisturizer with broad-spectrum sunscreen as directed, and take other sun protection measures including limiting your amount of time in the sun (especially between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., which are the sun’s peak hours), seeking shade when you’re outside, and covering up exposed areas in long sleeves, pants, a broad-brimmed hat, and UV-blocking sunglasses.

L’Oréal Paris RevitaLift Triple Power™ Concentrated Serum: No anti-aging skin care routine can be complete without a serum. This virtually weightless serum formulated with Pro-Xylane can help to immediately make your complexion look brighter, while reducing the appearance of wrinkles with continued use over time.

How to use it: Every morning and evening, smooth the serum over your face, neck, and jawline until thoroughly absorbed.

L’Oréal Paris RevitaLift Triple Power™ Eye Treatment: When you’re starting to become suspicious that you don’t look quite as young as you used to, focus your skin care routine on the skin around your eyes. The delicate eye area is one of the first places to show the signs of aging, with line and wrinkles becoming more permanent and puffiness and dark circles more pronounced. That’s where an eye cream can come into play. This eye cream formulated with Pro-Xylane can help to reduce the appearance of dark circles, under-eye bags, and wrinkles with continued use over time.

How to use it: Every morning and evening, massage gently (try patting with the pad of your ring finger) around the eye area until thoroughly absorbed.

L’Oréal Paris RevitaLift Triple Power™ Intensive Overnight Face Mask: A face mask that you keep on while you sleep? Yep, that’s it! This hydrating leave-on face mask forms a virtual protective mask to cradle skin. Formulated with Pro-Xylane, it helps hydrate skin immediately, while the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles is reduced with continued use over time.  

How to use it: Every evening, apply prior to sleep. Smooth over the face, neck, and jawline until absorbed. Leave on overnight.

There you go! You’re totally a Pro-Xylane pro. Now you can switch over to learning must-know ingredient: What is Glycolic Acid?