In the past few months, several skin care product reviews that evaluated the MLA Skincare line have been published. We are very pleased to share their comments with you.
From the “Futurederm” review:
- MLA Skin Care is a solid line with high concentrations of clinically proven ingredients. Add in the fact that the products apply well, feel great, and look amazing under cosmetics, and you have yourself a winning line.
- MLA Power Cream is a solid product, particularly if you have dry skin and want a product rich in collagen-boosting peptides. The peptide in highest concentration is palmitoyl oligopeptide (AKA palmitoyl pentapeptide-4 or palmitoyl pentapeptide-3 or Matrixyl), a synthetic signaling peptide proven to stimulate collagen.
- MLA Power Cream also contains palmitoyl tripeptide-5 (Syn®-Coll), which has been reported by The International Journal of Cosmetic Science to be a synthetic signal peptide that mimics the thrombospondin I tripeptide thereby promoting collagen formation. Considering that MLA Power Cream is one of the few moisturizers offering palmitoyl tripeptide-5, I’m excited.
- I really love it, especially for those with sensitive skin who are concerned about aging but cannot tolerate retinoids.
- I do love the MLA Multivitamin Serum and the MLA Power Cream
- MLA Eye Serum is a solid product. Its shining star is again palmitoyl tripeptide-5, which stimulates collagen production and increases skin firmness somewhat. The product’s arnica montana extract brightens a bit, whereas the olive oil, apple extract, and green tea provide antioxidant protection.
- MLA Eye Serum really is a solid product, particularly for those with dry skin and a bit of saggy undereye skin.
- I must say, all of the products take to the skin beautifully, as they are lightweight and easily absorbable.
- My favorite product by far in the MLA Skin Care Line is the Multivitamin Serum. The serum contains high concentrations of vitamin C (as stable derivative tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate) and Vitamin E (as tocopheryl acetate), which synergistically work together as “network antioxidants” to enhance their antioxidant potential.
- The Multivitamin Serum also contains niacinamide, which has been proven to do just about everything from reducing fine lines and wrinkles to lightening hyperpigmented spots somewhat to treating rosacea and skin sallowness (yellowing) to increasing skin’s elasticity. Add in the antioxidant ubiquinone, the hydrating olive oil, and the powerhouse green tea, and you have yourself a real winner here.
From the “productwhores” review:
- Recently I tried MLA Skincare’s Eye Serum and I’ll definitely be adding this one to my eye cream rotation. I really like the consistency of this cream – it’s thick enough to blend in easily without running down your face, but not so thick that you need to tug at the eye area to rub it in. And it has a ton of good ingredients in it including Goji Berry Extract, which is an antioxidant that helps reduce redness and irritation.
- It does seem to help with the dark circles that inevitably appear under my eyes after one of those 2am nights.
- It also keeps my under eye area smooth and moisturized.
- You do get a lot of product for your money.
From the “Editor’s Vanity” review:
- MLA Skincare Power Cream – This rich cream has been my go-to nighttime moisturizer for the past few months. It works well for dry skin; and for once, my husband likes the scent.
The next time you order an MLA Skincare product, if you mention that you were impressed by the quality of these reviews and by the findings of these reviewers, we will give you a 15% discount on your order.