Pentaxyl Review

Pentaxyl has an ingredient - Matrixyl - that is purported to support the skin’s ability to produce its own collagen to help the skin to look firmer, smoother and naturally younger as it is more hydrated. The texture is non-greasy and is easily absorbed into the skin, while the fragrance has a tinge of refreshing peppermint.

People use it for many reasons - from stretch marks, to scars, wrinkles and fine lines etc… And there are many ways to use it. You can use it morning and night before applying moisturizer, after cleansing and toning, once at night, or just apply it as recommended on the box 3 times a day. I've used it for a couple of months and there is definitely a difference in skin tone, not to mention the cream has a refreshing minty fragrance. In addition to the Beauty Water, this is my next favourite product!

The effects of the cream may not be instant and may take up to a year before you can really notice the effects. For those who have tried it, it has worked for them. Just take a look at these pictures from consumers on Instatram showing their before and after results! [Pictures of the results of users of Pentaxyl]

Here are some photos from the last makeup party in Singapore.
Motives Makeup Series
Demo during the makeup party
If you are interested in getting your own tube of Pentaxyl™ and you are worried that it is expensive, fret not, as it is only about S$106.75 for 118ml (cheaper than some other anti-aging products). It is not priced too expensive and can be conveniently bought online from Also, a little can go a long way. You don’t need to slap on a lot on your face, just the size of a pea should be enough; that should last you at least 3-6 months depending on your useage. Moreover, if you are interested in trying out Pentaxyl™ at the next makeup party, please register here. Once you have registered, you will be contacted when there is a makeup party in town. Besides Pentaxyl™, there are other products (skincare and makeup etc…). So what are you waiting for? Sign up and join in the fun!
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