Garnier is a well known drug store and retail outlet brand. They produce a variety of beauty, body, and skin care products including: facial cleansers, shampoos, conditioners, hair color, highlights, hair spray, mousse, and gel, and as well as some products geared toward anti-aging. All of the products are reasonably priced and widely available. This review will take a closer look at the Ultra Lift Pro product line to see if the products are indeed a worthy anti-aging investment. There are five products in the line including a treatment, three moisturizers, and an eye care product.
The Garnier Ultra Lift Pro product line includes the: Deep Wrinkle Roller, Deep Wrinkle Cream SPF 20, Gravity Defying Cream, Deep Wrinkle Night Cream, and Deep Wrinkle Dual Eye. The Deep Wrinkle Roller is designed to massage the neck and face area to help keep the skin looking firm and reduce the appearance of deep wrinkles without clogging the pores.The Deep Wrinkle Cream SPF 20 is designed to help lift wrinkles and reduce the signs of aging. It includes a sunscreen to protect from the damaging effects of UV rays. The Gravity Defying Cream is designed to help re-sculpt the cheeks, the jaw line and the neck. The Deep Wrinkle Night Cream is designed to help keep the skin hydrated and do its work at night while the body is repairing itself to help reduce the signs of aging. The Deep Wrinkle Dual Eye is a cream product designed to help lift the upper eye area while also deflating the puffiness under the eyes. Garnier recommends all these products be used together for best results, but this could easily be a marketing ploy to put more money in the company pocket. These products are both dermatologist and ophthalmologist tested to be safe for the skin and eyes. They are oil free and use a non-greasy formula.
- These products are widely available through various retail outlets both online and off.
- It seems these products are not very different from one another and we can’t justify investing in all of them.
- We don’t see a full ingredient list for these products.
- There is no proof of the dermatologist or ophthalmologist testing to back up the product claims.
The Bottom Line
While these products are geared toward reducing the signs of aging, we don’t see anything about them that can justify their results. We recommend instead finding a product you know contains proven anti-aging ingredients and making it a part of your regular skin care routine.