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This £20 Anti-Ageing Cream Crashed The Boots Website When It Launched

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This £20 Anti-Ageing Cream Crashed The Boots Website When It Launched

A £20 face cream that trains your skin to look younger has just launched in the UK, and it's so hyped that it crashed the Boots website.

Youth Lab's Oxygen Moisture cream costs £19.90, and going by the response to the product, it is *pretty* mega.

The cream works with your skin's metabolism, promising healthier and younger-looking skin that is both soft and supple.

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It also contains one of the beauty industry's most buzzed about ingredients - hyaluronic acid - which provides the skin with a tidal wave of moisture for hours on end, as well as Argan Oil and Provitamin B5.

Credit: Boots
Credit: Boots

The product description reads: "Youth Lab Dermocosmetics work to enhance the skin's metabolism for healthier younger looking skin! A hard working and easily absorbed moisturising cream that will leave your skin feeling soft and supple.

"Support the skins metabolism by protecting and repairing damage caused by free radicals.

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"With Hyaluronic Acid that provides long lasting hydration even after 24 hours, Argan Oil and Provitamin B5 to nourish and help skin cell rejuvenation. Suitable for normal skin."

You can slather on the cream twice daily over your face, neck and decollete after cleansing.

The launch of the cream actually crashed the Boots website, so you might need to trot down your nearest store to get your hands on some, or head to Beauty Bay, which also stocks the product, or direct from the skincare brand's website.

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Beauty buffs have been raving about the Oxygen Moisture cream for ages, as well as loads of other Youth Lab products, which are already collecting positive reviews on the Boots website.

Prices range from £9.50 for the cleansing water up to £22.90 for CC creams. There are options for all skin types too, from oily to even the most sensitive of complexions.

Featured Image Credit: Boots

Topics: Hair and Beauty, Skincare

Rachel Andrews
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