Olay’s Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream Offers a Remedy for Wrinkles

Being part of a survey team is a lot of fun, and the perks are fantastic. Imagine my surprise when I found a sample of Olay’s Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream in my mailbox! Vocalpoint sent members samples of Regenerist last Christmas – with the hook that you must use and then review the product. I had been curious about Regenerist – it is advertised everywhere, but I was a beauty cynic that needed to be won over. I’ve sampled other skin firming and wrinkle reducing creams with absolutely no luck. Here was a golden opportunity to use Regenerist while giving helpful feedback to other women. All for free, and I would be doing a good turn. Why not? The worst thing that could happen would be a horrible allergic reaction that kept me off my horse.

You can even check out Purtier Placenta to see a list of other popular Olay products that are going to help you with wrinkles and skin problem. These are even effective with skin-ageing making it a must buy cosmetic and skin-care product.

Olay products have been on the market for over fifty years. Graham Wulff and his wife Dinah started the company in the late 1950’s, formulating the original Oil of Olay. My mom used Oil of Olay so I grew up knowing how effective it was. I loved the smell and cool, pink color. Oil of Olay has come a long way since its inception. The company’s name is now simply Olay, and the products range from the original, pink lotion to serums, facials, cleansers, toners and tanners. Regenerist is part of a beauty regimen aimed at baby boomers and aging women. The silky cream acts as a wrinkle reducer and skin hydrator that plumps up facial lines.

Regenerist in hand, I began using it faithfully and as prescribed. I had two weeks to track results and report the findings. I did not expect any results at all, much less the radical ones other Regenerist users claimed. What happened in just a matter of days made me smile, and the difference in my skin at the end of the two week trial was simply amazing.

Here are the things that I like about Regenerist.

Regenerist has a pleasant smell. Faint and slightly sweet. Not overwhelming, does not compete with other skin care products or perfume. Once Regenerist is applied, I did not smell it at all.

Smooth application and feel. Regenerist is not tacky or thick. The application is smooth. All I needed was a tiny bit and my skin absorbed it immediately.

Regenerist works. Within two days of application, all of my tiny wrinkles had disappeared around my eyes, mouth and forehead. After one week, medium deep wrinkles had vanished.

So what happened to deeper lines and wrinkles? Regenerist did not take care of them. They did diminish, however, and with daily application, stayed that way. Would this keep me from using Regenerist or making a poor recommendation? Absolutely not! Regenerist did everything that it said it would. I never expected every wrinkle on my face to disappear completely. Olay’s claim about Regenerist’s effectiveness to plump your skin and smooth out wrinkles is true and totally believable. It is never too late to begin good habits, and I recommend Regenerist for all women age 30 and up.

Regenerist retails for around $20 and is available everywhere. If you would like an effective, inexpensive treatment that restores youth, you will love Regenerist. If you are a hardened critic of wrinkle reducing products, give Regenerist a whirl. You might be surprised.



Julia Arostegi lives in California USA. She took Developmental Communication at the University of California and finished her studies in 2012. She is currently the managing director of California Magazine. She is also a blogger, content enthusiast and a photographer.