Facelift in a Pump? Sisleÿa Radiance Anti-Aging Concentrate

Is $500 a month worth it? Yes, you read correctly $500 for 1.6 ounces of cream which lasts for a mere month’s of use.  Is it worth it? Can you tell a difference? Do you really want to purchase Sisley Sisleÿa Radiance Anti-Aging Concentrate with your hard-earned cash?

My answer is yes.  A very reluctant yes. When I first tried Sisleÿa Radiance, everywhere I went, seemingly every person I encountered said I had a “glow” about me.  It could have been my excitement from wearing such a luxurious cream, but after about three weeks, my close friends were suspiciously eyeing me and discretely asking if I’d “had something done”.  Of course, I coyly smiled and said no, which made them wonder all the more.

The Sisley Sisleÿa Radiance Anti-Aging Concentrate is a sleek golden gel-emulsion that glides on your skin and just feels like a gentle whisper but as soon as it dries your skin appears a little more tightened and lifted.  You use one tiny pump to each half of your cleansed face and allow a few seconds for it to dry and then apply your normal under foundation moisturizer.  You will notice subtle results right away.

When I’m trying to stretch my beauty dollar I will only apply Sisleÿa Radiance Anti-Aging Concentrate in the morning and at night I will use the Sisleÿa Global Anti-Age Cream Day and Night Facial Treatment but this is only after I’ve religiously used the Radiance cream day and night for four weeks.

My goal is to keep everyone guessing my age until I’m too old to care and I hope that’s never!  I don’t want to go under the knife or be injected with the medical solution-du-jour if I can use natural plant extracts to provide results that are similar and in some ways superior.  

Sisleÿa Radiance Anti-aging Concentrate should be in your arsenal of anti-aging fighters.  Use it before a special event or spoil yourself daily; it’s worth it. 

Listed below are some of the active ingredients in Sisleÿa Radiance Anti-Aging Concentrate and what they’ll do for your skin:
•    Alkekengi's Calyx: protects from free radicals
•    Nasturtium:  lightens skin
•    Prickly Pear: boosts cell renewal
•    Rosewood (oil):  stimulates micro-circulation
•    Geranium (Oil): purifies
•    Lavender (Oil): purifies, soothes
•    White marrubium: soothes, anti-inflammatory
•    White Mulberry: lightens the complexion, inhibits tyrosinase
•    Scutellaria: inhibits tyrosinase, lightens the complexion
•    Vitamin A: regenerates

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Jan 8, 2012
by Anonymous

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