Just because Iâ€™m still involved in my ever-growing quest to find the secret that will prevent me from aging does NOT mean Iâ€™ve failed. In fact, thanks to who I can only imagine to be mad scientists working at Elizabeth Grant, Iâ€™ve come pretty close. I credit this new optimism to two of the most fantastic Elizabeth Grant products on the market right now: Biocollasis Gold Essence and Biocollasis Gold Advanced Cellular Radiance.
When I first opened my Biocollasis Gold Advanced Cellular Radiance package, I was a little taken aback by the diminutive size of the product. My finger looked like Godzilla about to take out a tiny cream-village. However, I quickly learned that, true to the adage, â€œA little dabâ€™ll do ya!â€ The smooth cream felt cool and refreshing and because of the real gold used in the product, my face had a new luminosity to it that I hadnâ€™t seen in four years. It looked as if my skin was glowing from the inside out instead of a topical shine. In addition, the cream isnâ€™t oily like most daily face lotions; it had a dry-moisture quality to it that my semi-oily skin very much appreciated.
The second product, the Biocollasis Gold Essence, left me equally pleased. The petite bottles come with glass-wand applicators that made me feel like I was sampling ancient formulas in an apothecary. Because the directions read, â€œApply sparingly morning and night to face, neck and dÃ©colletÃ©,â€ the first thing I did was slather it all over my face and cleavage. I immediately noticed a tightening sensation which left my skin feeling as if it had been given a painless mini lift and tuck. Surprisingly though, the formula left my face feeling so soft and moisturized throughout the day that I wasnâ€™t even contemplating a reapplication later that evening. Apparently, this is due to the revitalizing properties of gold, which helps skin recapture your own younger complexion.
My beauty routine just got a little richer. Both products can be purchased at ElizabethGrant.com.
Disclosure: All products were provided for review. No monetary compensation was received for this review. All opinions belong to the author.