They claim that after 1 day your skin is radiant & hydrated, after 3 days your skin feels noticeably softer, and after 10-30 days skin will look younger with less fine wrinkles and scars. I've been using MitoQ for about a week now, so I can't comment on that last one just yet. Maybe I'll have to post a new picture next month, and you'll mistake me & Squeaky for twins!
I've been using MitoQ for about a week, as I said, and now I've got past the initial surprise of the colour of the cream. I know certain other moisturisers are yellow (that one that's different, in a dramatic way!), but this is really yellow. Custard yellow. It doesn't matter though, it's the effect that counts. The cream is really smooth and light, and easily absorbed into my skin, without any feeling of tightness or irritation. I was pleased to notice that the cream is suitable for even hypersensitive skin types, as I am prone to reactions to some creams.
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It's also completely unscented. Most times, that would mean there's a kind of base smell, while not unpleasant, not exactly pleasant either. But no. When I say MitoQ is unscented, I mean it has no smell. At all. That's strange but a good thing, as it means it won't interact with perfumes, and I'm not at all conscious of wearing it.
One thing to note is that MitoQ doesn't contain an SPF, so you will need to add a UV sunscreen or sunblock as well to protect your skin from UV damage.
MitoQ is available to order direct from their website. It has a 30 day money back guarantee, so you can try it with confidence.
Disclaimer: I was provided with a bottle of MitoQ free of charge for the purposes of this review. I was not told what to write and all opinions are my own. Links are provided for your convenience, I am not a member of any affiliate scheme & will not receive reward for their use.
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