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If the stress of lockdowns, travel restrictions and working from home has taken a toll on your face, you may be looking for a way to give your complexion a boost.
Hundreds of impressed shoppers claim they’ve found a product that allows them to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles caused by the likes of stress, lack of sleep and poor eating habits in the form of the Facetheory Regenacalm Serum S1 Pro.
The anti-aging serum is a bargain at just £22.99, and MailOnline readers can get 25 per cent off at Facetheory when they spend over £25 by applying the code 2025 at checkout.
The premium-feeling formula contains three per cent retinoids, which are a hero ingredient in stimulating collagen and preventing wrinkles.
Facetheory’s Regenacalm Serum S1 Pro diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and works wonders on hyperpigmented skin and acne scars
And what makes this serum super effective is that the retinoids are encased in liposomes, a structure made out of the same material as a cell membrane, which means they can travel further down into the layers of the skin and be absorbed where they’re needed the most.
Several of the shoppers to review the Facetheory Regenacalm Serum S1 Pro said it worked within days, with one claiming the results were so impressive that her family suspected she’d had Botox.
‘I absolutely love this serum and couldn’t recommend it highly enough,’ she wrote. ‘I’m 57 and have combination skin and it’s made so much difference to my lines and made me look younger. In fact, my mother-in-law asked if I’d had botox.’
Another praised: ‘I’ve noticed a big difference to fine lines that had started to appear and it’s only been 3 weeks of using this. Thanks from a very happy 55 year old.’
But it’s not just wrinkles that are reduced by the Facetheory Regenacalm Serum S1 Pro. Reviews mention how it’s also worked wonders on skin that’s hyperpigmented or damaged by acne scars.
‘My face brightened up within a couple of days,’ wrote one customer who previously suffered from pigmentation. ‘I had a light shadow over my face that made me look like I always was tanned. But now my face is bright and fair like it used to be many years ago.’
Shoppers say they can’t believe how effective the Facetheory is given the price, noting how it feels like a premium product, and several are impressed by how it doesn’t irritate sensitive skin
Another reviewer wrote: ‘I’m 33, with mild acne, and have tried many products but only this one has ever truly improved my skin. Love that bottle is glass not plastic too.’
Unlike Botox, which requires top-ups costing upwards of £200 every three to four months, one bottle of the £22.99 Facetheory serum will last around six months.
Shoppers say they can’t believe how effective it is given the price, saying it feels like a truly premium product, and several are impressed by how it doesn’t irritate sensitive skin.
‘I really wanted to start using a retinol of sorts but was scared as I have very sensitive skin,’ explained another satisfied reviewer. ‘This stuff is so great. I have no issues or reaction whatsoever, and it has totally changed my skin.’