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Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair
I can’t believe it’s been a month since I started using this much-loved skincare serum from Estee Lauder. I wanted to write about this the first week in as I was already experiencing some results but then pushed myself to wait until after 1 whole month so I can be thorough. The Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair Serum, ANR for short (or Vampire’s Brew as I like to call it), has a combination of vitamin and plant-based antioxidants that aim to repair the skin as you sleep soundly at night. The brand has spent a great amount of time fine-tuning the formula to make sure the serum lives up to its claims.
I had a major side-eye moment reading the ‘purifies your skin while you sleep’ claim. So enough enumerating more of its fluffy marketing claims, let’s take a look at the ingredient list instead (since I also like to obsessively research about these things especially if it’s something I’ll be slathering all over my face). ANR has bifida ferment lysate (good bacteria) that supposedly helps in cell turnover (yet no independent studies have been made to confirm this claim), Arabidopsis thaliana, a small flowering plant that purportedly identifies DNA damage in your skin and tries to restore it by transporting powerful and effective enzymes and antioxidants into the skin. As well as Tripeptide-32 which has water-binding properties and claims to have a protective effect against proteins that damage cells. It also has the usual Hyaluronic Acid for hydrating and plumping.
Texture. The consistency of this is a bit dense, hence 3-4 drops is enough for my entire face and neck area. The texture is a bit slimy as it’s not so runny, but it goes on very smoothly on the skin. It absorbs quite fast although during much hotter and more humid times, it will feel a bit tacky on. I felt like skipping this during the AM but I absolutely love the glow it gives so I’ve been using 2 drops of these on some mornings before sunscreen.
AFTER 1 MONTH..
I am absolutely barefaced in the photos above, been up for a few hours but haven’t washed my face yet (as gross as it sounds) so you can see how the serum ‘repairs the skin’ whilst I slept. Okay fine, it was a month-long repair process but guys – the product isn’t just a slew of fluffy words on a luxuriously packaged box. ANR truly works – it has brightened my dull skintone, hydrated and plumped up my dry and dehydrated skin (from stress, late nights, etc.), tamed down the angry redness party around my nose area, easily dried out and faded breakouts in just 2-3 days and add to that – I haven’t experienced any cystic acne spells since using the serum. I’ve skipped out on using moisturizer while I was on this regimen (but I did use an essence/toner with this) and I haven’t felt the need to add it back since ANR does a might fine job in the hydrating and moisturizing department. I feel like even if I try other serums in the future – I might keep on going back to this. It’s that good.
Will this work for everyone? If you have a pretty solid skincare regimen and are dabbling into much stronger formulations and concentrations of AHAs and BHAs, then you may not see a world’s difference when you convert to this. But for those who have a minor skincare regimen and are looking for a serum to ‘wow’ them in their otherwise ‘boring’ or ‘drab’ routine, I urge you to give this a try!
Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair is available online at Sephora, Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus. *Affiliate Links
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