Anti-Wrinkle Miracle Worker Night + By Philosophy, Analysis And Alternative

When you look in the mirror, do you look tired? Try Philosophy’s Anti-Wrinkle Miracle Worker Night +, designed to brighten your complexion and make you feel comfortable in your own skin.

This anti-wrinkle cream works in perfect harmony with nightly rejuvenation cycles to help visibly re-age skin while you sleep.

Helps treat all major visible signs of aging, including wrinkles, lack of firmness, uneven texture, and dullness, increasing skin’s radiance.

Miracle Worker Night contains a unique complex that reduces the signs of aging , and a rare seaweed extract that helps eliminate compounds that accelerate premature aging, while new-generation peptides and vitamin C molecules help maintain natural collagen.

Its benefits:

  • Helps visibly readjust skin age
  • Wake up to deeply hydrated, healthier-looking, silky-smooth skin
  • Formulated with next-generation peptides and vitamin C

Clinical Results: In an 8-week self-assessment study with 48 women aged 37-75 years, used once daily:

  • The complexion looks brighter, healthier and even more so after 1 week.
  • It reduces the appearance of fine lines and smoothes the appearance of wrinkles after 2 weeks.
  • Skin looks younger and younger every morning over time

But before judging the cream, we are going to analyze its ingredients to see what is not mentioned and in what concentration the active ingredients are.

If you are looking for an anti-wrinkle cream for your mature skin, you cannot miss our article with the Best Anti-Wrinkle Creams for Women of 60 years , where you can find this and other options.

Anti-Wrinkle Miracle Worker Night + Analysis by Philosophy

Philosophy Anti-Wrinkle Miracle Worker Night + Review Summary

Miracle Worker Night + is not a miracle cream, it is just an anti-wrinkle moisturizer for normal to dry skin, which is overpriced considering it is packaged in a jar.

We will talk about this packaging later, but first we will explain INCI.

This moisturizer is said to contain an “anti-aging complex” from a rare type of algae. Of course it has to be weird, and once again algae are credited with all sorts of miraculous benefits, although there is no research to show that they can do anything close to what Philosophy is mentioning.

But even if you could reset the internal clock as you age, it wouldn’t last long in the packaging. It would be best to find the source of these algae and buy the pure material to apply fresh (but don’t, as you could bathe in these algae and not come out looking younger).

The “new generation” of vitamin C referenced in the claims is the ingredient 3-O ethyl ascorbic acid. Ascorbic acid is the technical name for vitamin C, and this form is supposedly stable in the presence of light and air, but the only information on it comes from the company that sells the ingredient.

Even if it were stable under such conditions, it doesn’t change the problem jar packaging presents for the other delicate ingredients, including the supposedly miraculous seaweed extract.

The benefits of hyaluronic acid are minimal, as it is in a low concentration. The same goes for the peptides it includes. Both Palmitoyl Tripeptide-1 and Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7 are at the bottom of the list, and therefore their beneficial effect is negligible .

One more comment, the amount of citrus extracts it contains poses a risk of irritation , but since they are natural ingredients, they are also prone to breakdown with repeated exposure to light and air (think about how long a lemon lasts before it not edible).

Let’s go back to the packaging. The jar is a packaging problem, as it leaves all the compounds in the formulation exposed to air and light once we open it.

And this product contains several ingredients that begin to break down when first exposed to light and air, something that happens every time the lid is opened.

So we have 3 problems: the concentration of the vast majority of assets is too low for them to exert a beneficial effect; Furthermore, any beneficial effect will be reduced in a short time as it is degraded by the presence of light and air.

And the third problem is that in the formulation there are perfume, fragrances, several potentially irritating ingredients, and quite a few preservatives.

So does Miracle Worker Night + cream have any benefits? Yes, it is quite moisturizing, since emollients dominate the upper part. So you could say that it is basically a moisturizer.

Alternative

If you are looking for a cream that can do more for your skin than just hydrate it, I recommend that you try the Antiage cream from Nezeni Cosmetics.

Unlike this, all its active ingredients are present in a high concentration, its packaging is airless, where the product does not have contact with air or light, and avoids irritating ingredients, as well as fragrances, and the level of preservatives is minimal.

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Kathie Sand always saw the world of beauty as the terrain on which to build her professional career, a goal that was clear to her when she was only 15 years old. Her great concern to expand knowledge led her to settle in Paris where she studied hand in hand with the best beauty professionals and with the most advanced techniques for skin care.

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