In the line of luxury lotions and potions such as La Prairie and Creme De La Mer comes Argentum with Silver Hydrosol and DNA HP being it's main ingredients. It has in built anti bacterial properties that makes it suitable to be slapped on carelessly by problem skin ladies as well. An anti-ageing wonder product, this traps water in the skin, preventing it from dehydration and maintaining suppleness and bounce. It also traps in collagen and elastin both of which are required for a youthful looking face. I wouldn't say it's the most hydrating formula I have ever tried but what I noticed was that it moisturises skin without leaving an obvious film of oily residue on top so what you get is a modern, velvety matte finish that looks just like skin. Not supermodel, highlighter overloaded skin, just normal healthy skin that you get on good skin days.
It works fabulously on fine lines, wrinkles and firming the face. I tried it on my fine lines and my mum noticed a huge different in her forehead lines and nose to mouth lines after using this product. Of course she has an extensive skincare regime but it was mainly built around this which I why I am attributing the change to it. Not the most affordable, budget friendly product either, it's something that would fall in the luxe skincare category. Having said that, a huge 70ml pot will you set you back by £147 but seeing that the creams texture is runny, it will take you months to go past one tub. I like how they've cleverly put the fluid formula in a tub instead of a pump dispenser bottle as you'll use it much less this way.
If branded anti-ageing skincare has always disappointed you with it's airbrushed before-after pictures, you need to give this modest brand a try (if you're looking for a lush alternative) for relying on it's scientific research and tried and tested ingredients instead of over-the-top advertising.