The product featured in this post was sent free of charge to help with this review.
I love trying out new skincare products. I truly believe you never know if a product will work for you unless you give it a try.
Personally, I have combination skin, which is prone to breakouts and is starting to show fine lines and wrinkles.
A while ago I was contacted by Skinstation to see if I would like to try out Dr Dennis Gross C+ Collagen Deep Cream. It sounded like a really good cream and one I couldn’t wait to try out.
Who is Skinstation?
Skinstation is part of the Aesthetic Skin Clinic group and offers a range of skincare products to help complement their treatments.
All of the brands they sell on their website have been specifically chosen for their skincare benefits. They are the most comprehensive seller of Obagi in the UK. While they also stock science led brands such as: Dr Levy Switzerland, Dr Dennis Gross, Skinceuticals, IS Clinical and MZ Skin.
They can even offer skincare advice services at their clinics. Which is perfect for people who aren’t sure what products would suit their skin.
What’s more, when it comes to pricing they offer some of the most competitive prices on the market for all the products they sell.
Dr Dennis Gross C+ Collagen Deep Cream
I was kindly sent the Dr Dennis Gross C+ Collagen Deep Cream. This is a cream that can be used both morning and night, across the face, neck and décolleté.
It is said to offer a whole host of benefits. While it is powered by Dr Dennis Gross’ proprietary energy complex, 3-O C vitamin C technology and collagen amino acids.
Within the ingredients of the cream, you will find items such as; camellia japonica seed, sunflower seed, and rice bran. While the benefits include; lasting hydrating, skin barrier repair and reduction of trans-epidermal water loss. Alongside reviving the skin and helping it look more plumped, energized and brighter.
I have been really impressed with the Dr Dennis Gross C+ Collagen Deep Cream. I will admit I’ve been mainly using it at night, as I had an open day cream which I was working through already (plus it doesn’t contain an SPF).
It has a light fragrance, which dissipates quickly after application. The cream itself is light and silky and easily absorbed into the skin.
I’ve been struggling with my skin since I was in the hospital last year. It quickly becomes quite tight and itchy quickly. However, I’ve found this cream really helps soothe and hydrate my skin at the end of the day.
On top of that, I’ve definitely noticed when I’m using this regularly it does lead to my skin looking plumper and brighter.
This is one of those products, where a little goes a long way. I have found this product is still going and I’ve already been using it for at least a couple of months.
However, there is a downside to this product; the price. It comes in at £77 and while, thanks to the results I would say it is worth it and if you can afford to spend that much on a cream go for it. It is also going to be out of a lot of people’s budget.
What do you think of the sound of the Dr Dennis Gross C+ Collagen Deep Cream, would it be something you would use?