Could your skin use a boost? Maybe the Amino-fill 3D Lifting Booster from Mádara is something for you. Check here my review of this lifting Booster from Mádara.
Mádara is a Latvian skin care brand developed by 4 young women. The brand values nature and tries to respect both people and nature. They are also certified by Ecocert. Earlier I already tested Madara’s shampoo, now it was the turn of the Lifting Booster.
Mádara Amino-fill 3D lifting Booster
A mouthful, the official name of this booster. But what exactly does this (for 99%) natural booster do? According to the manufacturer, the booster immediately provides less visible wrinkles and a lifting effect. A study of 39-plus women showed a 26% reduction in wrinkles after 1 hour. There was also a 12% increase in skin firmness.
How do you use Mádara’s Amino-fill Booster?
First (of course I would say) your face should be clean. After this, apply the contents of the ampoule to your face before the rest of your care. You don’t have to be afraid that you will come up short, because there is enough in it to generously “cream” yourself 2 times a day. The content must also be used within 24 hours. It is preferable to use the ampoules in a course of treatment for 10 days and then a maintenance dose of 2 to 3 times a week.
The booster comes in a clear ampoule. You break off the tip and smear. The contents of the ampoule spreads easily and is absorbed quickly. Already the first time after an hour I saw my face tighten up a bit. Just don’t expect world wonders, but there was a decent effect. Furthermore, my skin felt considerably softer and moreover it was better hydrated. Also, the complexion of my skin became more even and I looked nice and ruddy. In short, I think the Amino-Fill 3D Booster really does something for you. It is a nice extra care for the 35-plus skin. Moreover, with this lifting booster you can give your face a good boost within an hour. Ideal if you quickly want to shine extra at a party or event.
Point of criticism
I am therefore very pleased with the content of the booster. This is only different with regard to the packaging. The booster is packed in 10 separate plastic tubes, so not really good for the environment. Now Mádara makes frequent use of recycled or recyclable plastic, but it is still plastic. According to Mádara’s importer, however, the brand is in the process of switching to one of the many environmentally-friendly alternatives to plastic (such as corn and cane sugar). So hopefully the booster will soon also be available in a more responsible packaging.
Would you like to try the ampoules yourself? Which can. These are for sale via the Truecos.be webshop for 29.90 euros.
For the real enthusiasts, I have again sifted through the full ingredients list (INCI). There it goes:
Aqua, Glycerin, Isoamyl Laurate, Prunus Amygdalus (Almond) Dulcis Oil, Cetearyl Alcohol, Silica, Glyceryl Stearate Citrate, Palmitoyl Isoleucine, Cyathea Cumingii (Fern) Leaf Extract, Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Mica (CI 77019), Sodium levulinate , Sodium anisate, Cellulose, Lactic Acid, Xanthan Gum, Aroma, Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C), Tocopherol, Sodium phytate, Linalool, Geraniol, Citronellol
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