We’re giving away 50 Garnier Ultra-Lift Transformers so our readers can give it a try too! Make sure to check out the giveaway and to win one! For a few more chances to win, tune in to my Twitter Chat with Garnier on Monday, January 20, 2014 at 7PM EST as well!
Garnier Ultralift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Night Cream - 50mlis a daily solution to target the different signs of ageing, including wrinkles and loss of firmness. Enriched with ginger and essence of cherries Garnier Ultralift Anti-Wrinkle Firming Night Cream - 50ml formula has been designed to effectively work to improve your skin’s firmness and elasticity while you sleep. Wake up to fresh, smooth and revitalised skin.
Back in the UK, I used Garnier's Miracle Cream which, on a daily basis, fit the bill with it's warm yellowish tint, moisturizing abilities and generous (for Glasgow's climate, anyhow) sunscreen. It did what Origins' VitaZing did at a fraction of the price. As a daytime product it was great and even served as a serviceable nighttime product, with a little powder added. Having moved back to Canada, I noticed what seemed to be the same product, only it was now called Garnier Ultra-Lift Transformer. It had the same red pixel-dotted tube, the same consistency, the same fresh tea-like smell. And the price had been seriously slashed! Hooray, thought I! I bought it and took it home.
Two days later, I broke out in a burning, stiff, bar-shaped rash on my right cheek, extending from the eye socket down to the bottom of my cheekbone. It looked as if I'd been in a fight, and the pain was horrific. I stopped the Garnier cream and, voila, it was gone. Mind you, it took four days of antihistamines, emollient cream and a mess of peeling, crepey nastiness. Apparently, others have experienced this with this product. The moral of the story is, friends, READ LABELS. The ingredients in the UK and the US/Canadian market version are NOT THE SAME. What a darn shame.