A TIKTOKER shares with her followers how she achieved rapid anti-aging results by using her favourite skincare picks.
Both are less than $100 and can be used multiple times.
Skincare influencer Amy Chang, @bondenavantTikTok shared some of the most effective anti-aging products to her followers in a recent post Video.
She chose products that work fast and also chose items that are more affordable, each of which cost less than $100.
Her first choice was a $64 miracle moisturizer.
“The Charlotte Tilbury Moisturizer has 8,000 reviews on Sephora, and a rating of 4.7 because it’s that good,”She spoke.
It contains Vitamin C to brighten and Vitamin A to Soothe. But it’s the combination of lightweight silicones, shea butter, and other ingredients that give it its super-smooth slippery texture that smoothens fine lines and locks it in moisture.
Chang shared the following: “doubles as a makeup primer,”It’s so potent that it can be used as an antiaging product. “literally makes my pores and fine lines disappear.”
She also loves the $41 No7 Laboratories Line Correcting Boosting SerumWhich? “works really great for deeper lines.”
According to SkinTok, her laugh lines look great after only five nights.
“I don’t have wrinkles on my eyes or forehead, but they did say that they saw in studies that it helps with those after just two weeks.”
Dr. Koo, a plastic surgeon, made a comment about Chang’s words in the comments.
Dr. Koo stated: “Instantly?! Sounds like magic,”With a side-eye emoticon right next to her words.
Chang corrected herself and said, “Should have used ‘quickly.'”
The Charlotte Tilbury Moisturizer can also be used as a makeup primer. Another viewer shared their experience with it.
“I use Charlotte Tilbury for my hands. The best,”They agreed.
Chang supported the choice made by the skincare lover. “She bougie, and I love it.”
Another user was skeptical about using a cream from a cosmetic brand.
“My skin had so many breakouts using this cream – not for me, plus I don’t trust skincare from a make-up company,”The TikTok user stated.
SkinToker Chang claimed that she was initially hesitant, but that her skin wasn’t lying.
“That’s how I felt at first…. But this cream, my skin loves it,”She was raving about the cream.
One commenter suggested that a familiar brand of drugstore products be used for cheaper dupes.
“Why are you spending 64$ for a cream almost identical to Nivea,”They agreed.
But, other beauty lovers have not confirmed that Nivea is a good substitute for Charlotte Tilbury’s cream.
The US Sun reported previously on an easy anti-aging technique that a dermatologist swears by.
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