Review Figs and Rouge Hero Cream

Hero by name hero by nature, this cream does not deceive. Contained in limited edition and beautifully designed pots – here I have the Aphrodtie but other designs are available.

However we are not here just to take about the pretty designs what is it!! Essentially it is a daily face and body cream with a 3 in 1 unique ingredient formation. With hyaluronic acid, which is a moisture-binding ingredient that keeps skin plump and hydrated, key for youthful looking skin. It also contains vitamins A, C & E, sesame seed & avocado oils, just some of the listed ingredients.

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Figs and Rouge Hero Cream claims to ‘deliver optimal extracellular matrix support’ for dull or dry skin, plus promote natural repair.

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I have been using this as a night cream for the past two weeks now and I must say I am impressed. Since I have reached 30 it has become increasingly important for me to source a face cream that can help support my skin to keep it looking youthful for as long as possible.

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The first night I tried it I liked the texture of the formula, not too thick but very milky, you don’t need to use to much to cover the face and allow to soak in. The next morning I awoke and my skin felt very fresh. I checked my face the next morning and I felt it was noticeably smoother. It excited me that the condition of my skin felt improved after one use and this has contontinued to be the case. I’m hoping with further use fine lines will be smoothed out completely.

You can find Figs and Rough just by searching the web. Retailing at £18.00 I think it’s well worth it!

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