Women over 40 beauty, Skincare, Fashion, Fitness and Lifestyle

Have you heard of Sebamed?  I hadn’t before I was asked to try it, but it’s widely available online and at stores like CVS, Walgreens, Costco and more.  At times I can be skeptical of drugstore skin care, but more often than not I seem to have good results without having to break the bank.  Companies are appealing to the masses and in order to stay appealing their products have to work.

Sebamed Anti-Dry Night Intensive Cream is just such a product. Because of its thickness, I thought it would be too much for my skin.  Not so.  It goes on heavier, but in mere seconds is absorbed and skin is left feeling soft and moisturized, not sticky or greasy. Sebamed contains a 3% concentration of phytosterols. When I did a little research on phytosterols it’s mostly talked about for its cholesterol lowering benefits and cancer protecting benefits. But it also has skincare benefits too.  As we age our collagen production slows down, aging the skin. Studies have shown that phytosterols stop the slow down of collagen production and they even help to produce new collagen production.  Sebamed also works to bring your skin to a 5.5 pH level, which is an ideal level for acidity and alkaline balance.

At under $24 for a jar, this is a great buy and a beauty on a budget.

Product sent for consideration of review and results were my own – yours may vary.