Today I want to continue the stories about the cosmetics of Belarusian manufacturers. While my skin does not cause problems and inconvenience to me, I am happy to experiment with cosmetics.
Last year, my brother and his wife temporarily lived in Belarus, so the cosmetic products of local manufacturers were presented to me as well as possible. Honestly, I was never disappointed, but unfortunately there were no amazing discoveries.
The manufacturer does not stint on loud words. The ampoules of youth contain an ultrastrengthening concentrate, which promises instant lifting and radiance of the skin, instant wrinkle smoothing and antioxidant protection of the skin.
I am sure that 99% of the success of these ampoules is in the effect colorfully described on the packaging. The impression is that these are directly rejuvenating apples and living water in one bottle, and not whey, which costs some 200r. (50 UAH) for 6 ampoules.
Here are a few basic components. Suberlift – protects the skin from moisture loss and thereby contributes to the improvement of skin elasticity and its density. This component forms a special net structure on the skin, which provides a quick lifting effect: it smoothes wrinkles, smoothes the microrelief and provides an instant facelift. As a result, the skin becomes velvety and smooth, the face looks younger.
Sweet almond oil is rich in substances that are indispensable for the full nutrition of the skin. It perfectly regulates the lipid balance, activates cell repair processes, relieves irritation and hypersensitivity, softens and further smoothes the skin.
Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant, protects cells from aging, keeping skin healthy and protecting against adverse environmental effects.
The package contains the exact composition of the concentrate. As you can see, it contains oils – corn, almond, castor.
The manufacturer recommends using ampoules twice a day, one ampoule is sufficient for one use. Apply the contents to cleansed face and neck, gently massage in.
The best result will be achieved after a month of regular use (2×30 = 60 ampoules, the cost of such a course is about 2000r.).
My sister-in-law gave me 5 packs of concentrate, the same amount was given to my mother. According to my tip, my girlfriend armed herself with Ampoules of Youth. The tool is used instead of cream, so it turns out a little savings.
In view of the presence of oils in the composition of the ampoule, it resembles a transparent and liquid oil (the consistency resembles children’s oil) with a pleasant, delicate and slightly citrus scent. All three participants of the experiment tool seemed too fat. And if at night you can still allow yourself to use it, then I didn’t have the desire to walk all day with a shiny face.
On the second day, one of the participants of the chase for an instant lifting dropped out – an hour after the application, the face turned red and had to wash off the product with plenty of water.
A week later, I refused to use the concentrate. Out of habit, I rub the remnants of the cream into the skin of my hands, this is no exception. About 30 minutes later I ran my hand over my eyes and then hell began! His eyes were incredibly watering and itchy almost until the morning, despite the abundant washing. It seems to be nothing terrible, but it was a New Year’s Eve, which was spoiled!
Mom used the concentrate for two weeks, after which she returned to the usual moisturizing cream, because the skin of the dry became oily (maybe it was the glow?), And there was no question of any lifting.
The best result is to use the concentrate rarely, 1-2 times a week, apply to well-cleansed skin. You must first do an allergy test and categorically avoid contact with the product in the eye (by the way, this is not indicated on the packaging).
The effect of the tool is more nutritious, not moisturizing. A rare application is ideal for dry skin, and I would not recommend these ampoules to owners of oily, because, oily areas of my skin, first of all, became even fatter, and secondly, black dots appeared.
It seems to me that a similar effect can be achieved after applying a mixture of conventional essential oils.
In general, I cannot recommend Ampoules of Youth, unfortunately. With all due respect to the Belarusian cosmetics, I still can not forgive the spoiled New Year’s Eve;) I haven’t seen the effect promised on the package.
Have you tried Ampoules of Youth?