Shiseido ‘Bio-Performance’ Advanced Super Restoring Cream

Are you into getting the latest and greatest as much as I am? Well, here’s some news… Shiseido ‘Bio-Performance’ Advanced Super Restoring Cream features the brand’s biggest technological advancements to-date and a first in skincare. They are the only cosmetic company using dermal stem cell research (others use epidermal stem cell technology).

This technology fights sagging, loss of resilience and deep wrinkles. The Bio-Renewal Complex is what makes the Cream so effective. Making it easier for dermal stem cells to thrive, fibroblasts are activated and improve skin’s functionality. By targeting cells in the skin’s core layer, skin is lifted and smoothed. Sounds like some pretty impresive science to me!

The Cream is thick and, at first, feels a little greasy. But it quickly absorbs, leaving soft, supple skin. Instantly, my skin looks more even. I am always sold on my beloved hyaluronic acid – it provides a super-charged level of moisture. And Rose Apple Leafe helps protect against UV rays. While the rose scent isn’t my favorite, those of you who do love it, will enjoy the subtle rosy fragrance. I think this Cream would be ideal for those with dry skin and/or recovering from a peel, windburn or aggressive anti-aging ingredients. It is soothing, yet active and packs a hydrating punch.


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  1. Ic wrote:

    I just got this cream and totally fall in love. But the thing is i am little worried. I m 30 years old and is it too early for me? I mean is that any possibility that it could make my skin lazier? I searched a lot nothing about it 🙁 thanks!!

    Published 11.28.12
    • Lindsay wrote:

      I’m so thrilled to hear you are loving the Shiseido Bio-Performance. I definitely don’t think it is too early. Don’t fear your skin will get lazy. As long as your skin is balanced (i.e. not too oily) using the cream, the active ingredients will help defer any aging. Make sure to use SPF too! I tell my 20 year old readers to get on at least eye cream!

      Published 11.28.12