There have been so many times when I have tried Doctor created products and they just don’t work. Not with this, Dr. Neil Sadick Park Ave Prescription ($70.00 but it’s a $122.00 at Sephora) set is great. If you buy the set, It comes with an AM cream that contains SPF20 and 2 products for the evening, one serum and a night cream. The products were created to work together. Dr. Sadick has been featured in InStyle, Harper’s Baazar, O Magazine, The Doctors, Dr OZ and many others. This is a great anti-aging set and takes the guess work out of what products to be using he’s created 3 products to keep you looking youthful and beautiful. All of the products are oil-free, free of synthetic dyes, Sulfates, Parabens, no Phalates, no GMO’s, and no Triclosan.
AM Protection Cream SPF20 ($36.00) is great, it’s light weight and really moisturizing. It contains SPF already and I like that it’s higher than SPF15, which is usually what moisturizers put in. It has light diffusing pigments that help skin look more radiant. This is a great moisturizer that compliments the Serum and Rejuvenation Cream.
PM Reversal Serum ($48.00) is a great serum, it feels light and not greasy. It absorbs into my skin and after a couple of weeks I found that some of my fine lines looked like they were disappearing. My skin looked more plump and the texture looked better. It contains alpha hydroxy acids and promises to promote cell turnover. Helping your skin look brighter.
Pm Rejuvenation Cream ($38.00) contains kojic acid and licorice extract both help in diminishing dark spots. The cream felt nourishing and didn’t feel heavy. It also contains antibacterial properties that help protect against the occasional breakout.
Even though these are anti-aging products they don’t irritate the skin or make them feel sensitive. This is great for all skin-types including sensitive skin. If you are looking for an anti-aging line that will help with fine lines, tone and texture of your skin try this one. It is a great price for an anti-aging skin set.
Do I love this set or leave it?
I love it!