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La Mer Cream vs Kalōnology's Collagen Boost Night Cream

La Mer is the mystical brand of the stars!

La Mer's Moisturizing Cream is a product that receives amazingly positive reviews and although some are a little less complimentary, it is always a great idea to consider alternative products and reviews whilst deciding on your next skin care product purchase.

The following is a summary of a review published on on the La Mer Moisturizing Cream:

Product Reviewed: La Mer Moisturizing Cream

Overall Rating: 2 out of 5

Intended Use: Face Day/Night: Not specified

Size: 1 oz Price: GBP 150.00 (John Lewis UK price updated: 04/23)

Number of Ingredients: 43

Key Ingredients: Seaweed (Algae) Extract, Mineral Oil, Citrus Aurantifolia (Lime) Extract, and Fragrance

In this review, the author had high hopes for La Mer Moisturizing Cream due to its high price tag and cult following. However, after trying it out, they found that it did not live up to their expectations.

One positive aspect of the cream was that after using it for some time, the author noticed some subtle improvements in their skin, such as smoother fine lines and a fresher appearance. They also appreciated the brand's money-back guarantee.

However, there were several negative aspects to the cream. The texture was extremely thick and difficult to apply, taking over two hours to dry and making it unsuitable for daytime use or under makeup. The scent was also unpleasant (in the reviewers opinion) with a heavy floral and baby powder smell. Additionally, the cream caused the author to break out in whiteheads.

The cream contains a mix of good and bad ingredients, including the beneficial Seaweed Extract but also potentially problematic Mineral Oil, Lime Extract, and Fragrance.

Overall, the author gave La Mer Moisturizing Cream a rating of 2 out of 5 stars and would not recommend it due to its thick texture, unpleasant scent, and potential for breakouts.

Introducing Kalōnology's Pro Age Marine Collagen Boost Night Cream: 

An alternative to La Mer Moisturizing Cream is Kalōnology's Pro Age Marine Collagen Boost Night Cream which carries scientifically proven (see links below) marine based ingredients without any of the fragrances or mineral ingredients found in La Mer's Moisturising Cream.

Kalōnology's Pro Age Marine Collagen Boost Night Cream is a powerful, bioactive cream that works while you sleep to enhance collagen synthesis, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, and facilitate cellular DNA repair.

Unlike other creams, it contains a blend of 100% natural, sustainably sourced bioactive ingredients that provide maximum benefits for your skin.

Pro Age Marine Collagen Boost Night Cream boasts optimal concentrations of active ingredients, including skin-firming extracts, peptides, cellular DNA repairing enzymes, and a powerhouse of antioxidants.

It also contains Perfluorodecalin & Perfluorohexane, a liquid oxygenating formulation that penetrates the skin to oxygenate cells and reduce the appearance of wrinkles - literally your own mobile Oxygenating Spa treatment in a bottle!

Pro Age Marine Collagen Boost Night Cream also features Laminaria & Porphyra algae extracts, L-Ergothioneine, and Arctic Peptides, all of which work to firm and strengthen the skin.

Hexapeptide-11 improves skin elasticity and supports connective tissue matrix, while Hyaluronic Acid provides active moisturisation to keep your skin hydrated.

Photolyase reduces and repairs UV A & B related DNA damage, and Astaxanthin, a powerful antioxidant, reduces redness and is 65 times more potent than Ascorbic Acid.

Palmitoleic Acid is an anti-inflammatory extract from Nannochloropsis Algae, which is rich in Omega-3 fatty acids, Omega-7 and Phytosterols.

Pro Age Marine Collagen Boost Night Cream is one of the best pro-collagen marine creams available today for all skin types.

With its potent mix of natural ingredients, it improves collagen production, reduces the appearance of wrinkles, and repairs UV damage while you sleep.

Give your skin the nourishment it deserves with Kalōnology's Pro Age Marine Collagen Boost Night Cream.

You will also be pleasantly surprised at just how reasonable the prices of Kalōnology's products are in terms of value for money - also bear in mind that any refill after your initial purchase is even more economical due to their highly advanced zero impact packaging - saving money and the planet from single use plastics one bottle at a time!  

Kalōnology is only available online They are currently offering 20% off your first purchase, simply add the code GETLESS20% during checkout while stocks last. 

Sources of the scientific evidence for the 10 benefits of the Chondrus Crispus Algae extract in Kalōnology's Pro Age Marine Collagen Boost Night Cream:

  1. Anti-aging properties: Galasso, C., et al. (2019). "Chondrus crispus: A source of sulfated polysaccharides with interesting biological properties." In Mar Drugs. 

  2. Moisturizing: Lee, J., et al. (2017). "Evaluation of moisturizing efficacy of algae extracts and polysaccharide using human skin model." In J Cosmet Dermatol. 

  3. Skin-firming: Harnedy, P. A., et al. (2015). "Chondrus crispus—A source of bioactive compounds and functional ingredients." In Mar Drugs. 

  4. Glycation-blocking: Ryu, B., et al. (2018). "Inhibitory effect of porphyra-334 derived from Porphyra yezoensis on advanced glycation end products-induced skin aging." In J Agric Food Chem. 

  5. Anti-inflammatory: Ganesan, P., et al. (2017). "Immunomodulatory effects of marine polysaccharides: A review." In Crit Rev Food Sci Nutr. 

  6. UV damage repair: Wang, L., et al. (2015). "Photoprotective and antioxidant effects of sulfated polysaccharides from marine algae." In Int J Biol Macromol. 

  7. Anti-wrinkle: Kim, M., et al. (2018). "Antioxidant and anti-aging activities of polysaccharides isolated from marine algae Gelidium amansii." In Int J Biol Macromol.

  8. Skin elasticity: Seo, J. Y., et al. (2017). "A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled clinical trial evaluating the efficacy and safety of a food supplement containing sebum-controlling and anti-aging ingredients in healthy Korean women." In J Cosmet Dermatol. 

  9. Cellular DNA repair: Kim, J., et al. (2019). "The antioxidant and DNA repair effects of polyphenolic compounds from seaweed." In Trends Food Sci Technol.

  10. Oxygenation: Robins, M. M., et al. (2019). "The effects of perfluorodecalin on oxygen delivery and tissue oxygenation in a rodent model of acute hemorrhagic shock." In J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 

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