Anti-aging is all the rage nowadays. Women and even men have become so obsessed with defying nature and their age that everyone is willing to spend a lot of money in exchange for a few more years of youthful glow. The Korean beauty industry knows this and has brought out a lot of skin care regimen that promises the fountain of youth but it is not only the Koreans that has mastered this craft. Evenswiss from Switzerland is about to give Korean a fair run for their money with their new rejuvenating decollete cream.
This unique product contains the patented Dermatopoietin® Peptide Complex in combination with Milk Thistle extract to firm and tone the skin of the demanding neck, décolleté and arm area. Together with herbal oils and Sorghum Bicolor Stalk Juice it helps restore firmness, elasticity and contour. Formulated for all skin types. Paraben free. The efficacy and safety of the Dermatopoietin® Peptide Complex have been dermatologically proven. USAGE Apply daily AM and/or PM by gently massaging onto clean skin of décolleté, neck and arm area.
We tried this tub for about a month and here are our thoughts on it in terms of ease of use, effectivity, and cost.
Ease of UseThe Evenswiss Rejuvenating Decollete Cream takes a bit of time to absorb so make sure that you apply small amounts. What is good about this cream is that a little goes a long way. Dab your finger in the tub and that is more than enough to cover your face and neck. It smells nice as well so that's a plus in our book.
EffectivityThe Evenswiss Rejuvenating Decollete Cream works wonders on restoring the firmness, elasticity and contour of the face, neck decollete, and arm area. It does not work overnight so you need to make sure that you are religious in putting it on after every shower so that you can see it's effects on your skin after a month.
CostOne tub costs 160 CHF or almost $160. In pesos, this would be around Php7000 so it could be a little steep but for those who are after the Holy Grail of anti-aging and can spend on facials in luxury clinics, this would be definitely worth it. A tub can last anywhere between 2 - 3 months so if you think about it in that sense, it is actually quite cheap especially when you start seeing the effects on your skin.