This week we’ll be taking a look at the POND’S age miracle™ Cell ReGEN™ Day Cream SPF15 for combination to oily skin.
This day cream is packed full of Vitamin C and helps fight the signs of ageing by increasing the skin renewal process.
It not only contains micro collagen, it also stimulates the natural collagen production of your own skin, for younger looking, more radiant skin.
It also has an SPF 15 for effective caring and protection from sun-damage – which is especially important when you are using Vitamin C on your skin.
And on top of that, it contains POND’S Intelligent Pro-Cell Complex™, which is a system of vital Bio-Actives: CLA, Retinol, Two Retinol Boosters, Alpha Hydroxy Acid (AHA).
I love that it is packaged in an easy to dispense pump container, in the red and silver colours of the range. This not only makes it a very pretty addition to your cosmetic collection, it is also very functional, hygienic, sturdy and easy to travel with.
It looks similar to the serum packaging, but this bottle has a clear lid, where the lid of the serum is red.
The delicious sweet candy fragrance again features in this product, and I just love how my face smells (for quite a while) after applying it! 😉
POND’S recommend that if you have very sensitive skin, or if you are a first time user to avoid using this cream on sensitive areas like under the eye, the absolute crease of your nose, and the corner of your mouth for the first 7 days.
This is simply because Retinol could cause skin irritation. But I did not experience any sensitivity or irritation at all.
The POND’S age miracle™ range can be found at department stores and pharmacies like Clicks or Dischem and the 50ml Day Cream retails for around R139.99 .
Final Thoughts: I have more of a dry skin these days than combination or oily, but I decided to test this cream by using it on my T-Zone, and then the POND’S age miracle™ Cell ReGEN™ Day Cream SPF15 (Normal to Dry) on my cheeks and neck. And I found it to be great combination! Especially during summer, when my skin is slightly oilier. During the winter months I would however revert back to just the (Normal to Dry) cream all over again 🙂