Asap Anti Ageing Night Cream 30ml
Roll hydration and anti-ageing into one with Asap Anti-Ageing Night Cream. This potent, treatment-focused hydrator is packed with ingredients meant to stimulate collagen production, cell turnover, and smoothing of fine lines and wrinkles, putting all the power of a full routine into one killer cream.
This unique formula, infused with gently exfoliating Alpha-Hydroxy Acids, is a true skincare game changer. Treat while you sleep with Asap Anti-Ageing Night Cream and see a fresh, bright complexion after just one evening.
- Stimulates collagen production
- Promotes cell renewal
- Resurfaces uneven texture, tone, fine lines, and hyperpigmentation
- Bundles several treatment ingredients into one supercharged cream
- Lightweight, non-greasy formula penetrates deep to work on the surface and from within
- Glycolic Acid stimulates cell turnover while sloughing away dead skin cells on the surface, minimising uneven texture, tone, fine lines, and hyperpigmentation.
- White Tea fortifies skin with antioxidant strength to protect skin against free radical damage and pollutants.
- Lemon Verbena acts as an anti-inflammatory, calming and soothing irritation to even skin tone and texture.
How to use
- Cleanse skin and pat dry.
- Apply any toners, treatments, or serums.
- Finish routine with a pea-sized amount of Asap Anti-Ageing Night Cream applied to the face and neck.
- Use as the final step in a p.m. routine. Finish with sunscreen in the a.m.
Who is Asap Anti-Ageing Night Cream for?
This product is most beneficial for those who have uneven skin tone or texture, hyperpigmentation, or fine lines and are looking to minimise those imperfections.
Is Glycolic Acid pregnancy-safe?
Glycolic Acid is perfectly safe to use during pregnancy, especially in formulas that are less than prescription strength. Most acids are fine during pregnancy, but Salicylic Acid should be avoided.
Salicylic Acid serves a similar function to Glycolic Acid by exfoliating within pores to improve acne. Because Salicylic Acid penetrates the skin, this acid can potentially cause harm to a developing foetus.