Garnier Skin Renew
Many companies out there make skin care and anti-aging products, to jump on the bandwagon. Garnier is a popular brand, well known for their line of hair care products. Since many women think of hair and skin together, it is only natural to extend products to skin care, too. While the hair care products work wonderfully and smell great, utilizing natural and good for you ingredients, we don’t know if we can say the same about the skin care line.
Garnier Skin Renew is a line of products from the Garnier Nutritoniste group. It contains several products, all geared toward taking care of the skin to fight the signs of aging and reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles. The products include: a Resurfacing 3-way Cleanser, The Brusher Gel-Cleanser, Awakening Face Massager, Daily Regenerating Moisture Lotion SPF 15, Daily Regenerating Moisture Cream, Overnight Regenerating Cream, Anti-Puff Eye Roller, and Daily Anti-Fatigue Eye Cream. Using any or all of these products in conjunction with one another will cleanse, moisturize, and rejuvenate the skin. Garnier claims you can use these products consistently for three weeks and start seeing results.
- The website is incredibly informative and easily accessible.
- The product pricing is reasonable for each product.
- There are many different products, so to get the whole line could be expensive.
- Using all these products together could create a lengthy skin care routine at night and in the morning.
- There are no clinical studies or customer testimonials to back up the product.
The Bottom Line
While the Garnier Skin Renew product line has everything a woman could need to take care of her face and eyes, it is a lot to take in. With a total of eight products, which must be purchased individually, the line can get costly. Using the products together at night before bed and again in the morning before starting the day could easily take up a lot of time–time most women don’t usually have. The good thing these products have over some others in the industry is that they are cost effective enough to where women can afford to try them one a time to see if it is going to work for the them or not. The major drawback is that there are no customer testimonials or clinical studies to back up the results of these products, and without this proof, some women may not be willing to take the risk on them.