Dr. Denese’s HydroShield Hydrating Dream Cream Review

Can It Make Your Anti-Aging Dreams Come True?

Have you seen Dr. Adrienne Denese promoting her skincare lines on QVC and public television lately and wondered if the products actually do all that she claims?

Me too. I saw her on my local station and decided that she’s either the best salesman on the planet, or she really does have a youth-restoring line worth looking at.

One of the products that really caught my eye was the Dream Cream, so that’s the one that we’re going to take a look at first. By the end of this article, you’ll know whether it’s worth your money or if you should keep looking.

What Does She Claim?

The reason that the Dream Cream caught my eye is that it claims to adjust the level of moisture it delivers to different parts of your face using Intelligent Hydration Technology. In other words, the cream hydrates your dry areas without making oily areas such as your T-Zone greasy.

Regarding what it claims to do for your skin, it promises to help your skin hold moisture, reduce the appearance of dry lines and wrinkles, rejuvenate dry skin, and lock in moisture throughout the day.

Hmm. So basically, it’s claiming to help reduce your fine lines by increasing moisture. Let’s take a look at the ingredients.

What’s In It?

The second ingredient after water is Hydrogenated Polyisobutene which is a waterproofing emollient that’s used as a natural alternative to mineral oil. OK, so it may help retain moisture, but it could also make your face feel waxy. Let’s keep looking.

The next few ingredients are just stuff that makes it spread easily and hold its form. Then we get to Retinol. This is actually pretty far up the list, so Dream Cream probably has a decent amount of this known wrinkle fighter in it.

It also has ceramide in it, which is a lipid responsible for various functions in your cells including cell death. Whether this is good or bad is unknown because the actual function of ceramide isn’t known.

There are also several different peptides in Dr. Denese’s Dream Cream that are known to help your skin in various ways. Oligopeptide is known to promote healthy skin tone. Palmitoyl helps repair damage to skin, and hexapeptide-9 enhances your skin’s healing process and stimulates collagen synthesis. These are all in the cream.

What’s not in the product is also noteworthy; there are no parabens. None of Dr. Denese’s products are tested on animals either.

What Are Users Saying?

Hands down, people love this cream. It’s non-greasy, it makes skin feel amazingly soft and plumped, and it doesn’t cause breakouts or rashes on sensitive skin. They also say that a little bit goes a long way, and that, because of the moisture, skin does look younger.

On the downside, if you’re looking for actual wrinkle repair, this may not be the product for you. It helps your skin look younger by hydrating it but if your problem is dry skin, then it probably won’t do much for you. Also, it’s a little pricey.

Final Word

If you have really dry skin, or skin with patches of dryness, then you’re probably going to love Dream Cream. It has the ingredients to back up its moisturizing claims and if you have fine lines related to dry skin, then you’re going to notice a difference in both feel and appearance. If you have oily skin, you may not love it as much. Though users didn’t report a feeling of greasiness, all the reviews were from people with dry skin.

If you have dry or combination skin, click here to try Dream Cream at a little lower cost that you’ll find it elsewhere.

If you’ve tried Dr. Denese’s Dream Cream, please tell us what you think of it in the comments section below.

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