With its new Flawless Future Powered by Ceramide™ Night Cream, Elizabeth Arden is helping to collectively target the vicious cycle of stress on skin all-day, every day!
Stress amongst millennials is at an all-time high, and skin is paying a price. Elizabeth Arden is putting to use its 25 years of ceramide technology research and proven product formulations to introduce Flawless Future Powered by Ceramide™ Night Cream, the latest addition to the brand’s breakthrough collection that continues to challenge the effects of stress on the skin.
The Night Cream supports skin’s nighttime renewal process to help counteract the visible effects of stress on the skin, brightening and evening tone while also easing the appearance of fine lines. After just one use, 94% of women reported that their skin felt soft, supple and nourished. 
Flawless Future Night Cream features Flawless Future’s signature skincare technology – a fine-tuned blend of barrier supporting Ceramides, Telosense™ and a powerful skin brightener that work together to smooth, nourish and revitalize skin’s appearance.
Supporting the product’s key benefits is an exclusive, fragrance technology that is proven to promote feelings of relaxation and well-being. A clinical study was conducted using mood-based self-assessment where 100% of subjects reported they felt increased happiness, relaxation, satisfaction and stress relief . Apply the Flawless Future Night Cream before bed to induce a more restful sleep while also targeting the first signs of aging!
Proven results after just 4 weeks of use: 
- 96% reported that skin felt moisturized, smoother and supple
- 95% said that their skin looks more radiant and feels nourished
- 93% said that their skin looked brighter and dullness was minimized
- 91% said that their skin’s texture was improved
- 87% reported a reduction in the appearance of fine lines
Elizabeth Arden’s Flawless Future Night Cream is recommended for nightly use, apply generously to face and neck before sleep. Find it at your local London Drugs!
 Based on a US home use consumer test of 110 women aged 25-40 after one use.
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 Based on a US home use consumer test of 55 women aged 25-40 over 4 weeks. psychological self-assessment.