I Tried Gwyneth Paltrow’s Latest Goop Creams, and Now My Biological Age Is 3

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All-in-One Face Cream boasts seven active botanicals, including: illipe butter, derived from a tropical tree native to the Borneo rainforest; caviar lime, to break up dead skin cells with alpha hydroxy acids and reveal brighter, clearer-looking skin; and pomegranate flower extract.

The new products are GOOPGENES All-in-One Nourishing Face Cream ($125) and All-in-One Nourishing Eye Cream ($70), high-octane "supercreams" the brand claims is clinically proven to "address five key signs of skin health to keep your skin nourished, smooth, firm, even-toned, and glowing". Here’s how it works.

All-in-One Eye Cream includes arjuna, a popular Indian herbal astringent; knotgrass extract, to save sensitive skin from UV and infrared damage; and Persian silk tree extract, to boost cell energy and improve the look of crow’s feet, fine lines, and wrinkles.

Daily Correct CC Cream in Light onto the skin beneath and around my eyes after I moisturize. ) My face looks healthy and hydrated after this week, and I like the feel of both products.

The Goop All-in-Ones don’t absorb as quickly as, say, the Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Moisturizer, and the benefit is the lacquer that’s left over: light enough to be subtle, but with enough staying power to keep skin dewy.

In all, Goop’s All-in-One Face Cream and Eye Cream makes for a quality clean-beauty regimen backed by science and high-grade ingredients.

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