RoC Multi Correxion Nourish Stress Repair Night Cream Review

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I hear a lot about RoC skincare but I can't say I've ever tried it before. I signed up to receive the RoC Multi Correxion Nourish Stress Repair Night Cream via Klout because I am in dire need of a good night cream that won't break me out, and also because I've been very curious about this brand.

What the Ulta website has to say about RoC Multi Correxion Nourish Stress Repair Night Cream:



It works through the night so intensely nourish and restore skin's youthful complexion, so you can wake up to perfectly hydrated, younger-looking skin. How it works: This hydrating formula contains Activrestore technology, which is infused with an exclusive anti-aging peptide complex shown to help make skin more resilient and address stress-related signs of aging. As you massage the formula into your skin, its rich texture and unique calming fragrance relax and nourish skin, while the peptide complex smoothes the look of worry lines and unwinds the appearance of even tense forehead wrinkles to reveal healthier, younger-looking skin. Women who tried the RoC Multi Correxion Nourish Stress Repair Night Cream felt their skin looked less stressed.


After cleaning, smooth over face and neck each night before sleep. Gentle enough for everyday use.

I've been using this night cream off and on since June. It's not super heavy and massages easily into the skin, making it feel less irritated after washing. This product is lightly fragranced and didn't cause any breakouts or rash on my sensitive skin.


For a night cream, I'd actually rather have something a little thicker. My cheeks get pretty dry, and lately so has my upper forehead. This would be good to put on my cheeks and forehead for day and then use something lighter on the rest of my skin.

RoC Multi Correxion Nourish Stress Repair Night Cream retails for $24.99 and is available for purchase at places such as Target, and Ulta.

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