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Sample thoughts - Ole Henriksen Truth Revealed Super Creme

I wouldn’t normally write a review of a sample sachet, especially when it’s skincare as they don’t include anywhere near enough product to test it out properly.  However, going on first impressions I’ve decided to blog about Ole Henriksen’s Truth Revealed Super Creme.

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I have so many sample sachets floating around but I noticed this lurking in a box of products (the orange sachet is rather eye catching) so I thought I would give this a try next.  I’ve been using this morning and night for a few days now and it’s still going with possibly a few more days left in it.

Taken from the Ole Henriksen website (I’m not sure about the big scientific sounding names but the ingredients do sound good):

‘Micro Algae works to firm the skin and boost collagen production while Tripeptide-5 stimulates collagen synthesis to eliminate fine lines and wrinkles made from repetitive facial expression.  Omega 3 Happiness Concentrate improves micro-circulation which contributes to a radiant and vibrant complexion.  This SPF creme is full of anti-oxidents like Vitamin A (derived from carrot extract), Vitamin E and Seaweed to protect skin from environmental damage and harmful sun rays’

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This is quite a rich reasonably thick cream that smells absolutely amazing, like sherbet or refreshers!  You only need to use a small amount and it applies so nicely.  It absorbs straight away and leaves my skin feeling so smooth and moisturised and slightly plumped.  Luckily I don’t have any wrinkles yet and I don’t think I really have any fine lines either but my skin has been looking really good since I started using this cream. I think this has already helped improve the appearance of my acne scaring, redness and some pigmentation I have.

So I took to the Internet to look for the full size product….and I discovered I’d need to remortgage to be able to afford it!  Ok so I don’t actually have a mortgage and it’s not that expensive (well it is, but not as expensive as some products) but basically this is something I certainly can’t afford at the moment.

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Image taken from the Ole Henriksen website

Prices seems to vary across the Internet but I have seen them range from £41 up to £63.  If you can afford this sort of price tag then I would definitely recommend giving this a try.

Becky x
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