Garnier Miracle Sleeping Cream

Night cream's are so expensive, especially if you have young skin and aren't truly in the market for a deeply anti-ageing formula or perhaps simply don't have a huge budget. As someone with young yet problematic skin I do really struggle finding a suitable cream, gel or lotion for that matter to suit my needs. Admittedly the new Garnier Miracle Sleeping Cream may not be the cheapest option but it is both affordable and effective.
A few years ago we saw the trend of sleeping masks which admittedly where a little too heavy for certain skin types (oily/combination) or daily use, building on such innovation and formula is the newly launched Garnier Miracle Sleeping Cream. A light, almost gel like consistency that not only moisturises the skin but also combats the signs of ageing and fatigue. Quickly absorbed, cooling, hydrating and effective -what more could you ask?

Garnier Miracle Sleeping Cream

"The formula helps stimulate surface skin cell renewal for skin that looks refreshed and less tired. Skin looks smoother, wrinkles appear reduced and skin feels firmer, as if transformed."

Garnier Miracle Sleeping Cream leaves my skin feeling fresh, soft, plump and nourished without the need for a heavy texture that so many other night creams offer and even better it works from the first use. As someone with often oily skin I would recommend this for all skin types, drier complexions may want to combine with a serum or oil (as can others if they wish) for optimum moisture. Due to the super light texture you can use this if and when needed or nightly without the worry of overwhelming the skin or clogging the pores. As someone with acne and prone to blackheads very few night creams get my seal of approval but I have been using this for over two months with no complications what so ever. Now I am not calling this an outright dupe and no doubt it will be lacking the cutting edge technology but Garnier Miracle Sleeping Cream, somewhat reminds me of Estee Lauder's Advanced Night Repair only in cream form. Essentially a good nights sleep in jar and one of the few budget night come repair products that I would repurchase time and time again.

A great first step into night creams or a lovely additional moisture boost. 

Garnier Miracle Sleeping Cream £12.99 via Boots - link.

This post contains a press sample.