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AnnMumsnet (MNHQ) Wed 13-Jun-12 16:15:49

We recently recruited 100 MNers to join the UltraLift Challenge and put UltraLift to the test. In addition, 10 lucky MNers (who also tested UltraLift) were invited to an exclusive Q&A session with Davina McCall, Garnier UltraLift brand Ambassador. Davina answered all sorts of questions submitted by MNers - including: what she thinks of UltraLift, how she manages her beauty routine within her busy schedule and lots more. You can see some pictures and info from the event here

So what is the UltraLift Challenge? The UltraLift Challenge is an activity created by Garnier to allow women across the country to test UltraLift anti-wrinkle cream for free* and see the results for themselves against Garnier?s Wrinkle Reader. Last year 18,374 women put UltraLift to the test and 80% saw a visible improvement in the appearance of their wrinkles**.

How can you participate? Garnier is offering free* trial packs containing 14 UltraLift samples and the unique Wrinkle Reader** - find out more by visiting the UltraLift pages on Mumsnet

This thread is for testers to report back on the results they?ve seen from putting UltraLift anti-wrinkle cream to the test and to encourage all MNers to try UltraLift for FREE and see the results for themselves.

So if you were a tester, once you have used the cream for at least 14 days - please share with us all on this thread how you are finding the cream...

~ Before starting using the UltraLift - did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on?
~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?
~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?
~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader?
~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18.
~ Would you recommend it to others?
~ Any other comments?

If you attended the Q&A with Davina, please answer the questions above about the product and also let us know about the event with her - and share any additional tips/experiences she shared with you, a summary is on the hub.

Everyone who is a tester and who adds feedback on this thread will be entered into a prize draw where one winner will get a £100 John Lewis voucher.
Thanks, MNHQ

* T&Cs apply. Open to UK & ROI residents aged 18+. No purchase necessary.
** 80% of 18,374 women. Garnier survey data up to 25.08.2011.

Silverlace Fri 15-Jun-12 12:06:25

~ Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on?

I used the wrinkle reader but was pleased to see I was less than 1. My main area of concern is not my eyes but an area to the side and below my nose so it was difficult to compare at the chart was based on eyes.

~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?

My wrinkles seem to be new (last couple of years) and are quite shallow at the moment but are getting more noticeable. I feel they are part of me and the aging process but I am not ready for them yet!

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?

I was happy with the smell, I found it to be neutral. I hate over perfumed products and have wasted money in the past on things with a smell that lingers, but this one does not. It felt smooth on my skin and absorbed easily and didn't leave it greasy.

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader?

I did notice that my skin seemed firmer, smoother and more moisturised. I did notice a slight difference with the wrinkles around my nose, they are slighltly less deep.

~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18.

I probably will carry on using it, the price is much less than other products I have bought in the past.

~ Would you recommend it to others?

Yes, I would

~ Any other comments?

The instructions were not clear whether to use it on wrinkles or the whole face. I went for my whole face.

I like the jar and prefer plastic to glass (less chance of droppiing it and cracking the sink!) but the box it came in didn't really stand out to me.

AnnieWinehouse Fri 15-Jun-12 13:10:33

I was one of the Mners that got the goodie bag and to meet Davina and the other lovely Mners. I have been using Garnier Ultralift SPF15 for years during the day and at night I've used Garnier Youthful Radiance.

~ Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on?
Yes I did. I got a bigger version in the goodie bag and I measure four. I tried to be scientific about it and remember the conditions, so it was in daylight with a smile on my face, measuring the crow's feet around my eyes. I was surprised at how many others in this thread read only 1 or less, as I thought I was quite young looking!

~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?

I'm mid-thirties and have only just recently noticed them becoming permanent. So fairly new and shallow, but starting to increase. I have been warned by a local beatician (last time I went for a massage) and by Davina, that when you hit forty you really notice a difference... so becoming more aware of them.

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?

Having used it for years I like the smell and how it feels. It really suits my skin. Absorbs nicely.

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader?

Athough I've been using it in the day for years, I started using the Ultralift Night instead of my usual night cream, and I have to say my skin does feel softer, and, depending on tiredness/energy levels, my skin does look better I think. Using the wrinkle reader I thought it had gone down to a 2

~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18.

Yes definitely. I've been happy with it for a while. You can get it on special offer sometimes! But if I ran out I would still pay £9 for it.

~ Would you recommend it to others?

Yes, if someone asks me how I manage to look young, I tell them I use it. Though they could be referring to my clothes...

~ Any other comments?

If you attended the Q&A with Davina, please answer the questions above about the product and also let us know about the event with her ? and share any additional tips/experiences she shared with you

From what I remember of the afternoon:

Don't forget your neck
Moaning is futile.
Wax, don't shave
Garnier Ultralift, she really does use it! And genuinely loves it.
Her 94 year old Granny is beautiful.

Avoid sun as much as possible

Sleep, don't smoke and don't drink alcohol (boo to that one!)

Smile.

Have separate bathrooms to your DH!

clux73 Fri 15-Jun-12 14:09:18

Annie, I met you on the "Davina Day" and you have great skin and do look really young. If you're a 4, I'm at least a 5 or 6! I'm going to have another look at the wrinkle reader in brutal daylight and with a very big smile...

swearytramp Fri 15-Jun-12 14:19:24

ah, I must have done that incorrectly too - will go and smile manically and do it again1

clux73 Fri 15-Jun-12 14:26:52

Ok, with no smile I'm a 1, with a really big cheesy smile I would say I'm a 5.

Dear Garnier Ultralift, I think you need to be a bit clearer about how to use the wrinkle reader as I didn't do it properly at the start of the challenge - which is why so many of us were a 1!

Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on? I was only a 2
~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character? shallow, more noticeable when tired
~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily? Not so keen on smell. Felt tight on skin when 1st applied
~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader? Unfortunately I suffered an adverse reaction to the cream and had to stop use after 3 days. It made my skin raw and very itchy.
~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18. See above- NO
~ Would you recommend it to others?

AnnieWinehouse Fri 15-Jun-12 16:29:20

Hi clux, you are quite youthful too I thought! Maybe I should stop the smiling!! It was very nice to meet you, it was a lovely afternoon, wasn't it!?

tiggerbounce77 Fri 15-Jun-12 18:43:41

~ Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on?
I was grade 2
~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?
Have never been too worried about wrinkles in the past, part of growing older

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?
I liked how the product made my skin feel and it absorbed well

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader?
My skin felt smoother
~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18.
Yes I would, the RRP isnt too high either

~ Would you recommend it to others?
Yes I would

~ Any other comments?
None

St1ggy Fri 15-Jun-12 20:07:25

~ Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on?
Yes - struggling to reach a 1!

~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?
Don't really feel that bothered, not very pronounced as yet. Part of getting older.

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?
Smelt fine. Was comfortable on skin, no stinging or reaction. Absorbed ok but left skin greasy so make it difficult to apply make up (mineral powder) and not be left with shiny skin

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader?
Yes - it made my skin breakout. After less than a week my forehead was covered in spots. I am prone to breakouts but not normally on my forehead, just my chin! Not compared after use as I stopped using it.

~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18.
No - Would perfer to have wrinkles than spots at my age! However price is ok.

~ Would you recommend it to others?
No

~ Any other comments?
For those who do want to buy it, it's currently on offer at Tesco just over £6.

lorisparkle Fri 15-Jun-12 21:38:48

Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on?

Found it really hard to decide what level I was on

~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?

Felt I was looking a little 'old' have had to use excema cream around eyes in the pass which thinned the skin

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?

Didn't really notice the smell but felt it absorbed easily. Did get a slight tingly sensation but no adverse reaction as I often get to face cream

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader?

Skin definately felt softer but I had to be really careful where I used it as I began to get a few spots which I rarely get. Think that maybe I have dropped a grade on the wrinkle reader but hard to tell

~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18.

Will use it until it runs out but this is a luxury item an we can not afford luxery items

~ Would you recommend it to others?

Would not actively recomment it but would comment favourably if asked about it.

~ Any other comments?

katiesobol Sat 16-Jun-12 10:11:17

~ Before starting using the UltraLift - did you use Garnier's UltraLift Wrinkle reader? Yes What grade were you on? I was less than 1
~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character? I hope that I am someone that will age gracefully, but there is no harm in doing what I can to delay the onset/severity. At the moment, I am noticing fine lines, where I imagine the wrinkles to properly set in one day.
~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily? I thought the smell was wonderful - it wasn't an overpowering scent, but it was luxurious. The skin-feel was great, it absorbed quickly and easily and felt good on my skin.
~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? My skin felt softer from the first use and continued to feel in a better condition over the usage period. I think that some of my fine lines have disappeared. Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader? As I wasn't on the scale to begin with, I didn't notice a difference.
~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18. Yes I will, I love the smell and the feel and I want to look after my skin better than I have been to date.
~ Would you recommend it to others? Yes I would
~ Any other comments? As others have commented, SPF in the cream seems to be the thing lacking and I would certainly pay a little more to have that included.

Doobydoo Sat 16-Jun-12 10:15:34

1...Dp reckoned I was 1 or less on wrinkle reader around eyes.

2...They are quite shallow round eyes.Don't mind that.I don't like the ones down from my nose and under eyes.

3...Quite a strong smell.Felt it stung at first but after a few applications it stopped stinging.Absorbed easily.

4...Skin felt smoother.Think it has made difference round eyes.However got spots which I am not prone to.

5...I don't think I will use it again as quite a strong smell and think spots an issue.

6...Would tell people my experience.

7...Agree with other posters about where it could be used.Will try on wrinkles on other parts of face.Thank you for the chance to try it.

ArfurBrain Sat 16-Jun-12 12:26:23

would like to add, in the past couple of days have received several compliments about looking really radiant, looking particularly bonny etc. And I do actually now think my crows eyes are less noticeable.

starlingsintheslipstream Sat 16-Jun-12 13:03:55

Before starting using the UltraLift - did you use Garnier's UltraLift Wrinkle reader? Yes What grade were you on?
I was barely a 1
And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?
I don't tend to be worried about them. I'm trying to embrace getting older instead of fearing it.
How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?
I liked the smell, didn't find it too strong. Also liked the texture. It absorbed easily.
Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice?
Not as far as a decrease in fine lines but it left my skin feeling moisturised and soft.
Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18
I think that's reasonable. I don't tend to stick to one brand but would definitely consider it along with others.
Would you recommend it to others?
If it came up in conversation, yes, but I don't normally swap anecdotes about about moisturiser with people.
Any other comments? I think I would have used it more sparingly had I paid for it myself. But I enjoyed testing it, thanks for choosing me.

BIWItheBold Sat 16-Jun-12 14:47:55

Another one here who was on the day with Davina.

I've only just started using the products. I have developed a fairly habitual skincare regime, and have been using some really expensive skincare products, following a couple of microdermabrasion sessions. Although I think I have been seduced by their marketing, and was shock at the price I found myself paying for the products, I have been strangely reluctant to give them up and start using something so cheap. Even though I work in marketing myself, I find it very difficult to break away from the 'cheap = ineffective/expensive = great results' frame of mind blush.

I, too, found the wrinkle reader difficult to use. I wasn't sure if we should be smiling when comparing ourselves to the pictures. If I'm not smiling then I'm around a 1-2, but it's different when I'm smiling. The light you use also makes a big difference! I think I'm around 3-4, but I'm going to check again later.

I wasn't looking forward to using the cream, given the comments about the smell, but I was pleasantly surprised. In fact, I had to sniff it twice in the pot to work out what on earth everyone was talking about! It's a perfectly pleasant fragrance.

My plan is to use the day cream with SPF, the eye cream and the night cream - I will still use my normal cleansing/toning products before hand.

cleanandclothed Sat 16-Jun-12 20:58:08

Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on?

I think I was less than 1
~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?

Just starting to notice I have them!

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?

Didn't really notice the smell. Absorbed v easily but did sometimes notice 'tingling'

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader?

No I don't think so, but it did feel nice
~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18.

I might do - probably not every day.

~ Would you recommend it to others?

Not yet, but wouldn't rule it out after a few more months use

~ Any other comments?

annh Sat 16-Jun-12 21:32:40

Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on?

initially I thought I wasn't on the reader at all but when I smiled I could probably be a four. I actually found it really difficult to establish what grade I was, which made me feel it was going to be equally difficult to determine if there was any improvement after the test.

~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?

Part of me! Crow's feet don't annoy me as I associate them with smiling, the only wrinkle which really irritates me is one one between my eyebrows which is quite deep and veers off towards one side. Any wrinkles on my forehead are covered by my hair.

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?

i thought the smell was very pleasant and the cream felt very light and absorbed really easily. big thumbs up from me on that part.

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader?

My skin does seem smoother and brighter and to have a better texture. I can't say that I have noticed any improvement against the wrinkle reader though. I think that's a bit of a gimmick, tbh.

~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18.

I may well do, the price is very good.

~ Would you recommend it to others?

Quite possibly.

~ Any other comments?

Someone complained about the plastic pot but as I have been away twice since I started the test, I thought that a positive bonus as I took the whole pot with me and didn't have to worry about decanting it.

~ Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on?

About a 4 if smiling.

~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?

The only one I really dislike is the deep groove in the middle of my forehead. The others are just parting of getting older.

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?#

I thought it had a fresh smell. If aborbed well and felt good on my skin. Also keeps quite matt on the greasier parts of my face.

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader?

My skin certainly felt plumper and my wrinkles seemed less noticeable.

~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18.

Yes - it's good value

~ Would you recommend it to others?

Yes

~ Any other comments?

Tanee58 Sun 17-Jun-12 13:25:16

I attended 'Davina Day' and had a fabulous time! Meeting the other MNs was a pleasure - as always! - and Davina was great fun, very bubbly and high on life. She's very professional but comes across as genuine, very good at making people feel at ease and we were all chatting away very quickly. Throwing herself across the laps of those on the sofa was a great ice-breaker.

She obviously feels strongly about the quality of the product and was knowledgeable and funny about her beauty routine. Her main message was, get plenty of sleep, don't smoke, don't drink alcohol (I wish!), keep out of the sun or use protection, take some time for yourself (bath time is sacrosanct) - and her photo of her granny, who slathered herself in cold cream, was lovely. We all felt we'd be happy to have a girls' night out with Davina. And her excellent tip about having separate bathrooms is one I can only aspire to...

Now, to the Garnier test:

~ Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on?

I tried the reader, but unless I smiled, I was less than a 1. Are we supposed to smile when doing the test? If I grin broadly, I can be a 10!

~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?

I'm very lucky that despite being the top end of the demographic for this, wrinkles are not an issue yet; I have a few shallow lines on my forehead if I frown very hard, and laughter lines when I laugh, but they don't worry me. I would never do botox, but then my mother is 87 and doesn't have huge wrinkles, so I just hope my genes hold out.

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?

I quite like the smell and it feels light, rich and creamy on the skin. Absorbs easily and leaves my face feeling supple.

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader?

Face looks the same as with my old product, but feels moisturised for longer, without feeling greasy. The skin feels very soft and smooth. No difference against the wrinkle reader, but I didn't have much to read. The real test will be, whether it stays that way over the next few years if I keep using the product!

~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18.
Quite possibly, it's a bit more expensive than what I was using before, but if I can find a lower price offer, I will definitely keep using it.

~ Would you recommend it to others?
Definitely!

~ Any other comments?
Yes, would just like clarification on whether the wrinkle reader is based on smiling or non-smiling face, and whether the cream is actually safe to use on that eye area.

And thanks for choosing me for Davina Day!

bosch Sun 17-Jun-12 16:32:55

~ Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on? I though the reader would be a really good idea but I actually found it very hard to use. I think I wasn't on the scale when I got the reader and cream, but didn't start using the cream for a few days, by which time I felt like I had to try place myself on the scale and plumped for grade 3. I'm a bit unsure about that though.

~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character? I now realise that it's the bags under my eyes that I really hate, I don't think my crows feet are really that bad.

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily? I liked the smell of the cream and how it absorberd.

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader? Well I do think there was a difference, say to a grade 2, but since my crows feet varied in the days leading up to starting the test I'd struggle to say any improvement was wholly down to the cream.

~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18. I would probably use it again but I'll try other creams too.

~ Would you recommend it to others? Not really.

~ Any other comments? Bit short sighted not to have SPF in face cream, especially for a test starting in spring/early summer. I'm moving back to using a face cream with SPF now.

TwinChatNow Sun 17-Jun-12 17:55:29

Before starting using the UltraLift – did you use Garnier’s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? found it hard to tell maybe a 2

~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character? not great but dont think about it

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?
sunk in well but yuk smell.

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader? did not seem to make any difference really. did not put on every day cos v busy with 3 kids and 2 part time jobs. forgot sometimes

~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18. Too expensive. i prefer a tinted moistriser which has spf in. and sometimes |I use a superdrug basics frag-free one.

~ Would you recommend it to others? no.

~ Any other comments? dont use creams much as still get spots and don;t feel neeed or have much time. skin not v dry. only sometimes

Doobydoo Sun 17-Jun-12 20:33:43

Sorry,but how do you know Davina really does use it?

Doobydoo Sun 17-Jun-12 20:35:09

Think I know what would help with wrinkle reduction....no money worriesgrinI had better attend to that!

OracleInLeCoracle Sun 17-Jun-12 21:05:32

~ Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on?

less than 1, I have pretty good genes.

~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?

Im not that bothered about them, I dont wear make up, so am more concerned with something that helps my skin.

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?

I liked the smell, and the feel of it. it felt quite light, which I liked.

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader?

not really, but my skin felt smoother and softer.

~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18.

I dont know, tbh. I dont like pots of cream, I prefer tubes.

~ Would you recommend it to others?

yes.

~ Any other comments?

I would be more likely to buy if it came in a tube, so that I could control the amount I use better.

frizzyhaired Mon 18-Jun-12 07:54:16

~ Before starting using the UltraLift ? did you use Garnier?s UltraLift Wrinkle reader? What grade were you on?
I was on 1 possibly. No crow's feet but fine lines under my eye as a result of squinting

~ And how did you feel about your wrinkles? New, old, deep, shallow, annoying or part of your character?
I've only noticed them recently and obviously don't like them but am resigned.

~ How did it smell and how did it feel on your skin? Did it absorb easily?
I liked the smell? It was subtle and pleasant. The feel of the cream was excellent. It made my skin softer and Absorbed really well. My skin is normal to oily and I hate creams that make it greasier. this left no residue at all.

~ Did you notice a difference on your face? What did you notice? Was any difference noticeable against the UltraLift wrinkle reader? I couldn't see any difference in the wrinkles or lines on my face but there was a definite improvement in the feel of my skin. Since I use cream infrequently, perhaps this would be the result of using any good cream.

~ Do you think you will carry on using it? The RRP is £9.18. I would but there is no SPF factor and since it's a day cream, that's a big oversight.

~ Would you recommend it to others? If they ask me what I'm using.

~ Any other comments?
Perhaps the cream would make more of a differnce to people with pronounced wrinkles.

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