The £4 Skincare Saviours: Re-Gen Cream & Oil Review

Wednesday, July 09, 2014
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Re-Gen Cream and Re-Gen Oil Skin Treatment

If you’ve read my blog for a while, you’ll know that I have dry to combination skin which entails those pesky blemishes rearing their little red heads just as my skin is looking its best. My bathroom shelf pretty much has its own pharmacy of beauty products to treat those odd break outs and regular dry patches; then again I hold my hands up to being a beauty addict.
But more recently I’ve wanted to simplify my beauty regime and use products that have a multitasking purpose, that way my skin doesn’t react to new chemicals and my bathroom cabinet looks a hell of a lot tidier!

Introducing the bargain miracle skin corrector! I’ve read about Re-Gen Cream a number of times now but just never of happened to come across it to remember to pick it up! The reviews on these little cheap pots of gold have been pretty darn impressive so I’m happy I’ve finally got my hands on them! They don’t have the prettiest of packaging but as the saying goes ‘It’s what’s inside that counts’.

Both the oil and the cream contain ingredients such as; calming chamomile, soothing lavender, calendula, rosemary oils and the infamous Vitamin E. Re-Gen products claim too prevent and reduce the appearance of stretch marks, improve the condition of skin with scar tissue, aid in skins natural electricity, helps protect against drying effects, reduces the appearance of blemishes/ pigmented marks and general rehydrate the skin.
I’ve noticed a huge difference already in my skin. Don’t get me wrong this stuff won’t erase blemishes or dry skin over a 24hour period but on continual use it’s a little miracle!

I’ve been using the Re-Gen Cream on my face every morning and night and it’s the perfect moisturiser with a light but barely there natural fresh scent. The formula is a medium consistency and a little definitely goes a long way (meaning the tub will last you a hell of a long time). On application the cream isn’t too oily and sinks in quite quickly, leaving a silky soft finish. In just a couple days there’s been a huge improvement in my skin tone (being less red) and also my skins texture being what I can only describe as ‘peachy’. Blemishes have been soothed/ calmed and are pretty much on their way out the door – winner!

As for the Re-Gen oil I’ve been using this over the whole of my body. You can however target selective areas in which you want to aid but it’s a great all-round deep moisturiser. It sinks into the skin beautifully without leaving that sticky or slippery residue and instantly hydrates the skin. The oil leaves your skin with a glowing healthy look and with the added Vitamin E, I would even say the results of this product and pretty similar to a higher end, well known oil that looks quite similar but is 3x the price (any guesses?). 

You can grab Re-Gen cream in Aldi and also Home Bargains or even online from Amazon and EBay, all for about £4 which is insane for such a miracle product and therefor highly worth a purchase!

Beki Xo
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