The letters and numbers on the packaging seems rather pointless – it’s just complicating things where it’s not necessary, and I’m not going to even attempt to decode them – the creme itself is just the right thing to nourish and bring bounce back to dry skin. Claims on this are that it’s antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and brightening, as well as being hydrating but at this stage, my main benefits are waking up (I’m using it at night) with skin that doesn’t feel tight or dry and that my hydration levels stay up pretty much all day until I cleanse.
I don’t think that the Priori brand has had its time in the spotlight yet – but I’ve never had anything from it that didn’t perform extremely well (hand-cream and cleanser spring to mind) so if you feel like a skin care shake up, I’d suggest looking at their kits HERE. It is an expensive brand (the Luxuriant Creme is £61 – yikes) but because of this and past experiences I’m coming to thinking that it’s reliably efficient across the board which is worth its weight when you consider how many abandoned products lie in the bathroom graveyards. If you’re looking for a place to start, I’d recommend the Retexturising Kit (£23) HERE with Active Cleanser with retinol and lactic – it’s brilliant), Barrier Restore, and Exfoliant Peel for face & body.
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