Advanced Night Repair Collection
A serum should be applied on clean skin, before your eye cream and moisturizer.
Start your skincare routine with a cleanser and toner or treatment lotion. Then apply one dropper of Advanced Night Repair Face Serum to the palm of your hand and smooth gently over the face and neck. Follow with Advanced Night Repair Eye Supercharged Gel-Creme. Take a small amount with your ring finger and gently massage and pat it around the eye area. Then apply your moisturizer. Repeat these steps every morning and evening.
Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair contains powerhouse ingredients to fight visible signs of aging.
It includes Hyaluronic Acid, which helps your skin lock in moisture for up to 72 hours – this helps create the perfect environment to optimize skin’s natural repair processes. Advanced Night Repair also features Chronolux™ Power Signal Technology, antioxidants, amino acids, probiotics and more. Reveal a youthful, healthy-looking glow.
The best night skincare routine cleanses and repairs your skin while adding a glow for the next day. Start by cleansing your skin to remove any makeup, dirt or oil buildup. Follow with your preferred exfoliator, if necessary. Then, apply Advanced Night Repair Serum to significantly reduce the look of key visible signs of aging, while you sleep. Finally, deeply hydrate and nourish with a high-performance moisturizer.
Feel your skin is acting up? Add Advanced Night Repair Intense Reset Concentrate to your routine, after your serum. Soothes the look of irritation in just 1 hour!
We recommend our 2 best-selling eye experts: Advanced Night Repair Eye Supercharged Complex and Advanced Night Repair Eye Concentrate Matrix.
Repair and protect with Eye Supercharged Complex. It brightens the look of dark circles in just 3 weeks. Prevents free radical damage with 8-hour antioxidant power. Fights the visible effects of blue light at night.
Repair and strengthen with Eye Concentrate Matrix. Skin around the eyes feels firmer in 3 weeks. See an improvement in the look of fine lines in the crow’s feet area over time.