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Monday, May 7, 2012

Peter Thomas Roth Laser Free Regenerator


Last month when I opened up my New Beauty Test Tube from QVC, there was a jar of Peter Thomas Roth's Laser Free Regenerator Moisturizing Gel Cream.  I have been anxious to try Peter Thomas Roth for a while, so I thought this was a great opportunity to give a facial moisturizer a go.

First, a snapshot from Sephora, who carries Peter Thomas Roth. 



The consistency truly is that of a gel. It is a translucent red/coral colored gel. It is thick, definitely moisturizing, but not sticky or wet at all. Actually, I was surprised at how it felt when I applied it.  The first thing I noticed - it wasn't cold when I touched it to my skin.  In fact, it felt almost luke warm.  It is the weirdest sensation, mostly because I am used to how cool a moisturizer feels when first touched to the skin.  Secondly, rich but light.  It almost feels as though I've moisturized my skin and then put on a silicone based primer like Smashbox or the Monistat Anti-Chafing Gel.  My skin feels young, moisturized and so soft!  I honestly think this can be used as your moisturizer AND your primer in one - what a concept!


Above is a picture of the consistency, and then below is a snapshot of the side of the box with details about the product and what is designed to do.


Have you tried this?  What did you think? 

I will say, I love this product.  It works really well on my skin, leaves it feeling smooth and ready to go with makeup - no sticky feeling or residue afterwards.  A full size is 1.0 oz and retails for $68 on Sephora's website.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for your thoughts! I got this as part of the test tube also. I have yet to try it. I'm still trying to get another moisturizer finished up first. But based on your review, sounds like a great product!

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  2. This reminded me that I haven't even used any of the products from my test tube yet.

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