L’Oreal Skin Genesis Complexion Equalizer Overview
In order to stand out in the huge skin care market these days, a product has to do something special. L’Oreal Skin Genesis Complexion Equalizer has an edge. L’Oreal claims that by using this product, you will reveal your ideal skin in four weeks. It will recapture your skin’s clarity and fade uneven skin tone. There isn’t even a mention of wrinkles or lines. How refreshing!
The two main active ingredients in L’Oreal Skin Genesis Complexion Equalizer are Vitamin C and Tourmaline.
Vitamin C has many benefits to the skin. It is an antioxidant so it protects skin from environmental damage caused by free radicals. It also helps your skin produce collagen, which in turn increases elasticity and evens skin tone.
Tourmaline is a best known as a jewel, popular because it comes in several colors. It also doubles as a crystal used in skin care. Tourmaline crystals, when they experience a change in temperature (such as when they are rubbed on your face) create an electrical charge that allows nutrients to be better absorbed into the deeper layers of skin.
These and other ingredients in a moisturizing glycerin base are what make up the bulk of L’Oreal Skin Genesis Complexion Equalizer. The simple instructions are to apply gently to face and neck morning and night, after washing and drying.
L’Oreal Skin Genesis Complexion Equalizer Pros and Cons
Just as there is good and bad in everything, there is good and bad in this product as well.
- Most L’Oreal Skin Genesis Complexion Equalizer reviews show that customers are quite happy with the effect on skin tone.
- For a targeted skin cream, it is relatively inexpensive.
- Many users with oily skin say they were able to use this as a moisturizer without breaking out or feeling greasy.
- The entire Skin Genesis line has been discontinued. While it is still available at several stores now, once supplies run out, it’s gone.
- It doesn’t contain much in the way of wrinkle fighting ingredients.
Where to Buy
Since L’Oreal Skin Genesis Complexion Equalizer has been discontinued, its availability will continue to change until finally one day, it will not be available at all. For now, L’Oreal has a store finder on its website. You put in your zip code, and they’ll show you a store that carries it. Unfortunately, it seems to be going fast. I entered every zip code I’ve ever lived in (and there have been many), and only one returned a store (Dominick’s in the northern suburbs of Chicago). It is, however, still available through many online resellers for anywhere from $10 to $20.
L’Oreal Skin Genesis Complexion Equalizer seems to have done what it promised for quite a few women. It wasn’t a hardcore wrinkle cream, but it provided lightweight, non-greasy moisture while evening and brightening skin. Unfortunately, we find it difficult to recommend discontinued products. If you really like it, you’re just setting yourself up for disappointment down the road. On the other hand, if you change skin products like you change your sheets, give L’Oreal Skin Genesis Complexion Equalizer a try. If you like it, buy a couple jars and keep it in your rotation for the next few years.
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