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NIGHT CREAM

Transform your skincare regime with L'Oréal Paris night cream. Anti-aging night cream for youthful looking skin - view the full range here.

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What is night cream used for?

Night cream is used to follow through with your skin care routine even while you are asleep. In fact, during the night the skin’s cycle differs from daytime, and so the best night cream to use will have different benefits than your regular daily face cream. The skin is more receptive during the evening and will absorb ingredients at a higher rate. Using concentrated creams at night ensures maximal absorption of active ingredients. During the night, your skin also releases more moisture. Thus, the best night cream to use will help retain that moisture and leave your skin hydrated as you wake up. L’Oréal Paris’ Revitalift Classic Night Cream does exactly this, with anti-aging ingredients to plump and smooth skin. Your skin regenerates cells overnight as well. Using a night cream infused with antioxidants, such as our Age Perfect Cell Renewal night cream can help maximize this.

What is the best night cream?

The best night cream will work to maximize your skin’s natural nighttime cycle. Because your skin’s absorption is higher and more moisture is released during the evening and night, it is important to use a night cream with a higher concentration of active ingredients than during the day. L’Oréal Paris’ best night cream is both hydrating, reparative, and has anti-aging properties. Our Wrinkle Decrease night cream contains an innovative combination of Boswellia extract and manganese, creating a phytocomplex that helps to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines during the night. Using our best night cream will let you wake up with a hydrated and rejuvenated face.

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