Allergan commissioned a study that proved the anti-aging night cream increases radiances, enhances the skin's ability to repair itself, restores resiliance and promotes intense hydration. It'll take more than two weeks of use (which is the amount of time I've had the product in my nighttime skin routine) to determine whether or not my skin is more radiant or resilient, but I'm all over the hydration.
The cream is substantial - very thick - but melts easily into my skin. It feels a little greasy for a few minutes but right before bed, who cares? And the moisturization lasts through the night; I wake up and my skin still feels dewey and plump. The only downside is that Prevage's cream smells a little medicinal, which is fairly typical of Arden products. It's not terrible, but it detracts slightly from the overall enjoyment of use.
I love the product's dispensing mechanism- the cream is in a jar which frequently leads to product contaminated by fingers dipping into the pot over and over, rendering active ingredients unstable. Prevage eliminates the contamination factor by topping the jar with a push-button dispenser. One push and enough cream comes out to coat your face and neck.
At $125, Prevage Anti-aging Night Cream is a splurge. There are lots of great products out there at lower price points that may work just as well. But if price isn't a concern and you're in need of some serious hydration along with anti-aging properties, I feel good about recommending this product. You'll find it at your local Elizabeth Arden counter.