I have recently been introducing new skincare, mainly around anti-ageing products into my beauty regiment. The Judith Williams Cosmetics range is a new-to-me brand that I am most definitely interested in if it can help to reduce the signs of ageing for my skin. Continue reading to learn more.
“Future Skin is an excellent regenerative anti-ageing collection based on the latest scientific results of plant stem cell research. The innovative combination of fresh cells and the streamlined NeuroBotumix5 Plus Complex ensures intensive stimulation for skin regeneration and visibly revitalises the skins complexion.” – Judith Williams for TVSN.
*Future Skin Rich Cleansing Cream 100ml AU$39.95
This rich cleansing cream is said to contain anti-ageing properties, which is suppose to help wash away impurities from your skin. However, I found that it doesn’t foam up to a usual cleansing cream that I am used to that I don’t know if impurities do exit my skin. I also found that when I use this product, I often resort to double cleansing and this is how I notice my skin feel clean and fresh.
*Future Skin Concentrated Eye Cream 15ml AU$39.95
This heavy duty concentrated eye cream reminds me of the Kiehl’s creamy eye treatment with avocado. It is a rich creamy formula that a little goes a long way. I found it to keep my under eye area moisturised and leaves skin feel soft. It also claims to improve the appearance of line-prone skin around your eyes and general ageing.
*Future Skin 24 Hour Face Cream 50ml AU$69.95
The 24 hour face cream claims to support natural collagen synthesis and improves the skin’s elasticity. I found this cream to be very nourishing especially for dry and dehydrated skin types. It is a lightweight cream that easily absorbs into skin just like Kiehl’s ultra facial cream. My skin seems to enjoy this when I utilise it in my evening skincare routine.
Overall, I found that I preferred to use these products separately when teamed up with other skincare products in an evening routine. I gravitated more to using the concentrated eye cream, as well as the 24 hour face cream. Both make regular appearances in my evening skincare regiment. As for the cleanser, I don’t use it as often as I should, but still think it is a good product for beauties who experience severe dry skin types and prefer to use gentle cream cleansers.
You can purchase this future skin range as a set for AU$119 or individually at the TVSN website.
Have you tried this Judith Williams future skin range?