Not only are the product claims rather ambiguous, but the results are rather lackluster. I've been using these daily for around a month and in all honesty can't really tell if they've made any difference whatsoever. The serum feels rather cheap to the touch and full of artificial ingredients, although it does sink into the skin quickly to leave behind a silky feeling with no residue; the moisturiser has a more pleasant texture, and again absorbs well into the skin to leave a softness behind. However, I didn't feel like either of these products really hydrated or provided me with any skin benefits - either immediate or more long term. Despite the inclusion of complex ingredients such as LR 2412 and Perline-P (any clue what on earth they are?) these where incredibly underwhelming for me and have been passed over in favour of something all the more effective. Although Cheryl Cole has been promoting the range and braving it in front of the camera with no photoshopping or heavy makeup, I've no doubt that it's the personal trainer, dietician and facialist responsible for her glowing skin and not a bottle of Skin Perfection. Put simply, I wouldn't recommend parting with your cash for something that doesn't really deliver - save it and splash out on a great quality skincare routine that will really help you target any specific problem areas.
The L'Oreal Paris Skin Perfection range is avilable from Boots priced £14.99 for the moisturiser and £16.99 for the serum. Find out more on the L'Oreal Paris website.