Did you know that the Estée Lauder brand goes all the way back to 1946? I’ve used many different products from the line for more years than I care to admit (because that would make me old). I received a few products for review a few weeks ago that I want to talk to you about because you really need to know about them. They are “that” good.
I’ve been using this Revitalizing Supreme Global Anti-Aging Cell Power Eye Gelee under eye roller first thing in the mornings to help moisturize and reduce puffiness. I love the cool metal tip for applying the product. This product retails for $55.
On my face I use the Revitalizing Supreme Global Ant-Aging Wake Up Balm both mornings and evenings. The lightweight formula is designed for all skin types. The ingredients include plant stem cell extract and Estée Lauder’s exclusive RevitaKey Technology. I have dry parched skin therefore I especially like it under my foundation for daytime anti-aging skincare plus moisture in one. A 1 ounce bottle retails for $62.
I had one sample a facial mask from the Advanced Night Repair line. I like to use facial masks 1-2 times per week as part of my anti-aging skincare routine. The Concentrated Recovery PowerFoil Mask comes in two separate parts. One is for the lower face and one for the upper face. I put the mask in place, took a picture and relaxed in a bubble bath for ten minutes. The mask had a lot of extra serum after the masking time was complete that I was able to spread down my neck. Retail is $22 for a single mask or $79 for a 4 pack. I just saw that these masks are currently on sale!
I may have found a new favorite mascara in the Estee Lauder Sumptuous Knockout. They call it a defining lift and fan mascara. My lashes are pretty pathetic on their own, but this mascara transforms them into lashes to envy. No flaking during the day and easy to remove. The mascara retails for $27.50, so it’s a little bit of a splurge (but worth it, in my opinion).
I haven’t used an Estée Lauder perfume in forever. The Modern Muse Le Rouge Gloss is one that appeals to my finicky sense of smell. It’s not too weak and it’s not too strong. The fragrance notes include black cherry, carrot seed, mandarin, rose centifolia, pink pepper, jasmine absolute, vinyl accord, styrax, saffron, labdanum, vanilla and patchouli. Retails at $68 for the 1 ounce size (additional size bottles available).
Do you have any products from Estée Lauder that are favorites you’d like to share with me? Let me know in the comments below.