I have to share my experience of using the Olifair night cream with you. Over the last few years it really started to bother me that I had pigmentation around my mouth. I tried to find a picture of me with this, but I think I must have destroyed them all because they are hideous and I can no longer find any!
During that time I tried using lots of different types of make up to attempt to cover it up. From a thick No.7 pink blusher which I used as a concealer, to concealer itself, to a foundation stick from Bobbi Brown. In my experience, the foundation stick worked the best out of the lot. However, it would still fade during the day and the dark colour would show through in no time.
About a year and a half ago I tried to go through sessions of facial masks which would make my skin peel, which supposedly would help lessen the pigmentation. There was a lot of money spent on make-up, but these sessions of facial peels were ridiculously expensive. I went through at least two lots of skin peels over the course of a few months. For a few days after the sessions, I would have to avoid going out if possible as I would look like an animal whose skin is shedding and the worst bit – I wasn’t allowed to wear make-up! After a few months, I could feel the amount I was spending on this adding up to a huge amount. There were certain lotions and toners that I was told I had to use and of course all of this had an additional cost attached to it. In the time that I did go through this, I didn’t see a difference in my pigmentation, however I don’t know if this was because I didn’t give it long enough. But based on the sheer cost of the treatment, I decided to give up.
A few months later, I had been introduced to Olifair by a family member in Paris who told me that the Olifair night cream was making a massive difference to her skin. While I was in Paris, I decided to pinch some off her. I understand that the cream is very expensive for a cream, however compared to the cost of the facial masks; I would say it’s 100% worth the cost. My pigmentation disappeared in a matter of weeks. It’s now brought me to the point where I don’t have to conceal the area around my mouth. If you have pigmentation I would hands down recommend this product to you. It’s definitely worth a try, if you can get hold of it – I think it’s easier to get hold of in mainland Europe than in the UK.
I’ve heard people suggest that Olifair can be used as a skin lightening product… in my opinion, it doesn’t do this. On some occasions I apply Olifair all over my face rather than just the area with pigmentation, and I have not seen any change in the colour or shade of my skin. I would suggest that you should be wary of any product that does change the colour of your skin as it may contain harmful ingredients. On this note, I reduced the amount I use Olifair by a lot because I was nervous about whether there are side effects to it. Honestly, I’m not sure so I can’t comment on that, but even though I rarely use it now (I haven’t used it on a regular basis in months), my pigmentation has not come back.
I hope my review helps anyone considering purchasing the Olifair night cream. Thanks for reading!