Meaningful Beauty?

If there’s one person that you’d buy a beauty product from it’s going to be a supermodel. Cindy Crawford, body and face extraordinaire, has developed her own skincare range to address the changing needs of skin as it ages. Her Line Diffuser Wrinkle Smooth Capsules use innovative technology to ensure all active ingredients are stabilised until use, basically holding enough formula for one dose in a teeny little capsule.

For those of you who like the science bit, this is for you – the capsules are protected from light, air and bacteria degradation while simultaneously preventing formula separation that often occurs in jars. These single-serving capsules also guarantee the perfect amount of product delivered to the skin with each application. Great for increased hydration, these capsules reduce the visible appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with a two-tier approach: hyaluronic acid provides short term benefits by diffusing the appearance of fine lines and skin appears more plump and radiant, while with regular use peptides help to visibly reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles over time.

I put these little capsules to the test with one of my readers, Anna, and this is what she had to say…  “I found  the product very easy to apply with no skin dragging. However it applied better over some moisturisers than others and I was occasionally left with flaky bits of product. My foundation went on extremely well and I got less spots when I used the Line Diffuser as opposed to when I’d finished the sample.  It blurred the dryness lines nicely, and although my foundation/concealer did still collect in deeper lines under my eyes and around my upper mouth area, this wasn’t a problem after I’d blended properly. I would definitely consider purchasing again!” So basically these little capsules are full of goodness. If it’s good enough for a supermodel and all that…

Available from priced £29.95 for 60 capsules



  1. sugarpuffish
    October 4, 2011 / 4:59 pm

    I am always cautious when I hear of a celebrity product is she behind this 100% in all aspects of the business or simply the name on the jar?

  2. London Beauty Queen
    October 7, 2011 / 7:30 pm

    To be honest, I don't know. But I would assume she's pretty close to it if her face and name are all over it – if they lend their name only it's usually a lot more subtle.

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