I’ve been in the market for a “natural” skin care cream that works and was happy when the people at eb5 asked me to review their anti-aging EB5 facial treatment. After using it for several weeks here is my review.
Wouldn’t you love to a facial treatment that makes your skin soft and smooth as a baby’s butt?
Well, after the age of 50, that’s probably not going to happen, but a good skin care cream will work wonders.
I have dry skin and love a rich moisturizer. The consistency of eb5 Facial Treatment cream has that type of richness and more. It glides over my skin and leaves it looking soft and dewy without being greasy. It feels wonderful when I smooth it on. The moisture lasts all day and looks fantastic under my makeup. Eb5 softened my wrinkles and my overall look has been healthier and more vibrant.
Women over 50 look better when they add extra moisture to their skin and wear less makeup.
Some of the ingredients in eb5 include chamomile, comfrey root, elderberry-green tea-sage-sweet almond-sugar maple-orange-lemon extracts, sandalwood, eucalyptus and tea tree oils, white oat flour kernel, and essential vitamins. It also contains Matrixyl®Synthe’6, a cutting-edge collagen regeneration ingredient that’s proven to decrease the appearance of wrinkles by 31% and even more after continued use.
How it was developed
It was developed in 1960 by Robert Heldfond Sr., a pharmacist in Portland. He used 5 anti-aging ingredients to treat the 12 signs of aging. The idea originally came from his father who was also a pharmacist. He had formulated a cream to help patients in local Portland hospitals who needed topical medications. The nurses loved it. Robert Heldfond Sr. added additional extracts and oils to the formula as well as advanced skin care technologies. Eb5’s formula was patented and the 5 in 1 Facial Treatment has been used for advanced anti-aging ever since. Donna Ames-Heldfond, Robert’s daughter in law, now runs the company and the line has expanded to cleansers, tonics, as well as a men’s line.
eb5 products are non-GMO, vegan, gluten-free, allergy and dermatologist tested. It’s not tested on animals.
Eb5 was gracious enough to provide me with a sample product and previously hosted a giveaway on BabyBoomster.com. Some of the links in this post will direct you to Amazon.com. If you click on a link and purchase a jar of Eb5, I will receive a teensy bit of compensation.